Reproductive Medicine

Reproductive Medicine


A Reproductive Medicine fellowship is a specialized training program for medical professionals who want to focus on the intricacies of reproductive health. Typically, this path is pursued by those with a background in obstetrics and gynecology.

After completing medical school and a residency in obstetrics and gynecology, individuals interested in reproductive medicine can apply for a fellowship. The fellowship usually lasts about three years and involves in-depth training in various aspects of reproductive health, including infertility, assisted reproductive technologies (such as in vitro fertilization), and reproductive endocrinology.

During the fellowship, participants gain hands-on experience in diagnosing and treating fertility issues, managing hormonal disorders, and addressing reproductive challenges in both men and women. Research is often a component of the program, contributing to advancements in the field.

Upon successful completion of the Reproductive Medicine fellowship, individuals are well-prepared to pursue careers as reproductive endocrinologists, helping individuals and couples navigate the complexities of fertility and reproductive health. It's a rewarding path for those passionate about helping people build the families they dream of.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Pass in MS / DNB in Obstetrics & Gynecology from an Institution / University recognized by National Medical Commission / National Board of Examinations.

Admission Process

  • Apply online
  • Based on interview.
  • Provisional admission letter to shortlisted candidates.
  • Reporting to the institute for admission formalities.


1 year