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Michael Anderson Adrienne Asch Barbara Bowles Biesecker R. Alta Charo Francis Collins Nancy Fisher Kevin FitzGerald Rick Lazio Kathleen McAuliffe Paul Miller Zev Rosenwaks Lee Silver Meredith Vieira Faye Wattleton Nancy Wexler
Michael Anderson Adrienne Asch Barbara Bowles Biesecker R. Alta Charo Francis Collins Nancy Fisher Kevin FitzGerald Rick Lazio Kathleen McAuliffe Paul Miller Zev Rosenwaks Lee Silver Meredith Vieira Faye Wattleton Nancy Wexler
John Hockenberry John Hockenberry
Robert Krulwich Eric Lander
Robert Krulwich Eric Lander

Zev Rosenwaks is a noted world authority on reproductive endocrinology and infertility, and one of the founding pioneers in the assisted reproductive technologies. Currently, he is director of the Center for Reproductive Medicine and Infertility, the world-renowned infertility clinic at New York Weill Cornell. He is also the Revlon Distinguished Professor of Reproductive Medicine in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Weill Medical College of Cornell University and a diplomat of the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Dr. Rosenwaks is the first developer of egg donation in the United States, making it possible to answer many key questions about human reproduction. He has been instrumental in developing new fertility-enhancing protocols and assisting the production of mature, high quality sperm and eggs. Rosenwaks has authored over 200 scientific papers, forty-five book chapters, and five textbooks and holds an M.D. from SUNY Health Science Center in Brooklyn.


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