Dr. Brayboy specializes in infertility, reproductive endocrinology, obstetrics and gynecology. In addition to helping people create families, she works with women going through menopause and puberty. Dr. Brayboy is currently an assistant professor on the research track supported by the Reproductive Scientist Development Program, the National Institute of Child and Human Development and the Reproductive Health COBRE. Her aims to educate patients and partner with them in their treatment.
Dr. Cardozo is a board-certified reproductive endocrinologist providing care for all aspects of infertility. Her areas of research interest include fertility preservation and the effect of obesity on reproductive outcomes. Dr. Cardozo is an active member of many health societies including the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, the New England Fertility Society and the Society for Reproductive Investigation. Her greatest strength is the relationships she forms with her patients.
Dr. Frishman is a reproductive endocrinologist and the Director of the Women and Infants’ Fertility Center. He specializes in infertility and reproductive endocrinology. Dr. Frishman’s research and lecture interests include hysteroscopy, surgery for ectopic pregnancies and medical education. He is actively involved in resident and medical student education and research. Dr. Frishman aims to explain things in the simplest manner possible and maintains a good-natured sense of humor.
Dr. Snegovskikh enjoys helping patients have a family and has a special interest in treating infertility due to endocrinological disorders. She completed two residencies in obstetrics and gynecology. Her first residency was at St. Petersburg Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education in Russia and the other was in the U.S. at the Yale University School of Medicine.Dr. Snegovskikh aims to maintain approachability, to be honest and upfront, and not give anyone false hopes.
Dr. Wheeler specializes in reproductive endocrinology and infertility. She is the director of the Fertility Preservation Program, which assists women dealing with cancer and fertility concerns, and she also sees patients through the Women & Infants Menopause Program. Dr. Wheeler works to improve the quality of life for women with reproductive health issues from adolescence to menopause. She focuses on listening to her patients’ needs with sensitivity and empathy.
Upon completion of residency, physicians are able to practice independently in their generalist field while receiving fellowship training in their chosen subspecialty under the guidance of board-certified physicians in that subspecialty field. Our fellows have completed their residency training in obstetrics and gynecology and are receiving their subspecialty training in reproductive endocrinology and infertility.
Warren J. Huber III, PhD, MD
Dr. Huber is a third-year fellow in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility. He earned his medical degree from Louisiana State University in New Orleans and completed his residency at Women & Infants Hospital and the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. Dr. Huber serves as an editorial board member and reviewer for the Journal of Minimally Invasive Gynecology. His research interests include early placentation, specifically the interaction between developing trophoblast cells and the decidua as well as examining the role that the maternal immune system plays in this process.
May-Tal Sauerbrun-Cutler, MD
Dr. Sauerbrun-Cutler is a second-year fellow in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility. She earned her medical degree from Sackler School of Medicine-New York State/American Program, Tel Aviv University and completed her residency at Mount Sinai St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital, Icahn School of Medicine. Her research interests include 3D-ultrasound and follicular monitoring, embryo development in IVF versus ICSI, immunology and infertility.