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The Division of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility at the
University of Iowa now consists of six staff physicians at the
University of Iowa and one who is at our Quad Cities outreach office.
division remains very active clinically and are proud of our highly
successful IVF Program. We have one of the highest rates of single
embryo transfer with IVF in the country and continue to maintain
outstanding pregnancy rates while reducing multiple rates leading to
safer IVF treatment. In addition to our IVF and regular Reproductive
Endocrinology clinics, we have a Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology
Clinic that is run by Dr. Ginny Ryan.
In addition to our physicians,
we are greatly aided by Elizabeth Graf, PA-C who helps with continuity
of care within our clinical activities and is very active seeing
Dr. E. Hakan Duran is the leader for educational aspects
of the division which are focused on our Fellowship. Currently, two
fellows are in training and the division has graduated a total of six
fellows from the program in recent years. Dr. Lisa Cookingham is our
second year fellow. First year division fellow is Erika Munch.
Particular research interests at this time include fertility
preservation, single embryo transfer, and the long-term outcomes from
IVF. Dr. Ryan is funded by the Women’s Reproductive Health Research
within the department and is devoting significant amounts of time to
furthering her research career.
Bradley J. Van Voorhis, MDDivision Director