Infertility is a true life crisis. Fortunately, it is successfully resolved in over 95% of cases: often without medical intervention. My role as an Infertility expert is to make sure that this journey is as safe, short and dignified as possible.
Reproductive surgery is any surgery aimed at preserving fertility in face of disease, or to enhance fertility as a complement to other fertility treatments. In either case, reproductive surgery is conservative and minimally invasive: I abstain from surgery as much as possible. However, when surgery is clearly indicated, I offer the most cutting edge minimally invasive techniques.
I have dedicated my entire medical career to the advancement of reproductive medicine, through high-impact basic and clinical investigation at Harvard Medical School. As a member of Brigham and Women's Hospital Center for Infertility and Reproductive Surgery since 1996, I have participated in the management of thousands of infertile couples through cutting-edge medical, laboratory and surgical treatments. I have pioneered robot-assisted reproductive surgery for uterine fibroids, endometriosis and fertility preservation, and am the Medical Director of Robotic Surgery for Brigham and Women's Health Care. I have cared for international patients for over two decades and have acted as a consultant for international fertility centers: I am therefore familiar with international laws and regulations, medications and sensitivities regarding fertility treatment in several nations. This peculiar experience has shaped my practice style to one of open-mindedness, flexibility and heightened cultural awareness.