Courses of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine

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American Society for Reproductive Medicine
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A graduate of the University of Chicago, Dr. Marsha Bievre Baker was on the Dean’s List and gained early acceptance to the school’s Pritzker School of Medicine. Currently a physician and a clinical instructor and fellow at the University of Southern California, Dr. Marsha Bievre Baker was recognized as the 2006 Outstanding Resident Teacher by the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM).

Founded in Chicago, Illinois, in 1944, the American Society for Reproductive Medicine has grown to include members in over 100 countries throughout the world. A multidisciplinary, nonprofit organization, ASRM members have experience in a wide range of specialties, from embryology and pediatrics to reproductive endocrinology, among others. Dedicated to advocacy, education, and research, the American Society for Reproductive Medicine offers its members a variety of benefits, including research grants and awards and an annual meeting.

As an additional resource, the ASRM offers a number of continuing medical education courses free for its members. Key to its learning programs are three certificate courses: andrology, embryology, and reproductive endocrinology and infertility nursing. Accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education, the program features online courses designed by laboratory and clinical experts to serve as both a primer for beginners and a way for more advanced learners to expand their existing experience.

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