Conceive NJ is excited to announce the third and latestin a series of Patient Education Seminar Series on a variety of timely topics related to Fertility. Coming on the heels of a well-attended and successful first Seminar on the topic of PCOS and irregular cycles, and a well-received second Seminar on Recurrent Pregnancy Loss, this third discussion will focus on Male Factor Infertility. These seminars are suitable for all those interested in having or expanding their families and will consist of a lecture for the audience followed by a Q &A session with the doctor.
The Session will be led by the Medical Director of Conceive NJ, Isaac Glatstein, MD, MSc. Dr. Glatstein is a recognized expert in the field of Human Reproduction and in all areas of Fertility and IVF. He also has special expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of Male Factor infertility, having been trained at the one of the foremost Andrology labs in the country at the Cleveland Clinic as well as an invited Lecturer.
“We were pleased with the positive response to our first two Seminars”, said Dr. Glatstein, “and our next topic will explore the important but often neglectedtopic of Male Factor infertility”. “We aim to present a clear and understandable approach to this subject and provide those struggling with Male Factor issues with clear and up-to-date information. There is a lot of new research in the field and infertility involving the Male partner is vitally important when a couple is having issues.”
Bailah Schwimmer RN, the IVF nurse coordinator at Conceive NJ who cares for patients with all types of infertility diagnoses including Male Factor explainsthat “in many cases there is the perception that fertility is a women’s issue and the men are supportive spectators”. “Working in this field has really emphasized the men’s side of the equation and in approximately 50% of the cases that we see there is a significant male component”. “At Conceive NJ, we have the most sophisticated technology that allows us to diagnose problems sooner than ever before so we can get at the root of the problem and provide answers and solutions”.
This upcoming Seminar will be held Wednesday August 31st and will be available on Zoom.
To reserve your space, please register by email: [email protected] and a link to the Zoom conference will be provided.
About Dr. Glatstein
Isaac Glatstein, MD, MSc is a Harvard-trained, Award Winning, Board-Certified Reproductive Endocrinologist who specializes in Infertility, Assisted Reproduction, in vitro fertilization, recurrent pregnancy loss, Fertility Preservation, and minimally invasive uterine surgery. He graduated from the NYU Grossman School of Medicine and then completed his Residency training in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the Mount Sinai Medical Center in NYC. He was selected for his Fellowship Training in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility at the Harvard Medical School/Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston. He was also awarded a prestigious Fulbright Research Fellowship to continue his training and research under the direction of the legendary fertility expert Professor Neri Laufer in Jerusalem, Israel.
Dr. Glatstein was a founding Partner, President, and Associate Medical Director at Reproductive Science Center of New England as well as an Associate Medical Director at Boston IVF- two of the largest and most successful fertility practices in the country. These Centers have helped over 100,000 people create their families.
He is the recipient of numerous honors and awards including Castle Connolly’s Top Doctor award, the Best of Boston Doctors award, and other accolades for research, teaching, and patient care.
Dr. Glatstein is one of an extremely select group of fertility specialists who is also an expert in the Laboratory side of IVF, having earned a Master’s degree with Distinction in the Biotechnology of Human Reproduction and Embryology. His research was on the use of Artificial Intelligence in Embryo Selection to improve patient outcomes and pregnancy rates.
He was also trained at the Andrology Center at the Cleveland Clinic where he developed an expertise in Male Factor Infertility. He continued his association there as an Invited Lecturer in Advanced Topics in Reproduction for the scientists in training.