Eden Cardozo, MD

Dr. Eden Cardozo

Eden Cardozo, MD

Office Locations

Women & Infants' Fertility Center

90 Plain Street
Providence, RI 02903

Phone: (401) 441-5336


I love connecting and building relationships with my patients. I consider us a team, and working together with my patients to achieve their goals is the most rewarding part of my job.

Reproductive Endocrinology

Board Certified: Yes
Gender: Female

Primary Affiliations:
Women & Infants Hospital

Education: University of Michigan Medical School

Residency: Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

Fellowship: Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital

Medical Group: Women & Infants' Fertility Center


Awards / Recognitions

Ralph Reis Research Award, Northwestern Department of Obstectrics and Gynecology

Outstanding Teacher Award, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

Named to Rhode Island Monthly magazine’s “Top Docs” list for Reproductive Endocrinology in 2019

Recipient of the 2019 4 under 40 award given by the Rhode Island Medical Society for her work in oncofertility advocacy


Research / Publications

View Dr. Cardozo's fertility research & publications


Meet Dr. Eden Cardozo

Dr. Cardozo earned her medical degree from the University of Michigan Medical School in Ann Arbor after majoring in molecular, cellular and developmental biology at Yale. She was a resident at the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago, and a fellow at Harvard Medical School’s Massachusetts General Hospital.

She joined Women & Infants' Fertility Center in 2016. Dr. Cardozo’s areas of research interest include fertility preservation and the impact of obesity on reproductive outcomes.

Dr. Cardozo is an active member of a number of fertility and reproductive health societies including the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM), the New England Fertility Society, and the Society for Reproductive Investigation. She serves as an ad-hoc reviewer for the Journal of Assisted Reproduction and Genetics. She’s also an active member of the Team Fox Young Professionals of Boston at the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research.

Approach to treatment

Dr. Cardozo chose to specialize in reproductive endocrinology and infertility because of the impact that helping someone build a family – now or in the future – can have. She’s excited by the constant growth and change surrounding reproductive science, and she loves practicing in a field of medicine that continues to advance and improve in patient care.

She is most proud of the Fertility Preservation Program at Women & Infants' Fertility Center, as it allows patients to use cutting-edge techniques to preserve their fertility for the future.

Dr. Cardozo believes in a multi-dimensional, team-based approach to patient care, with the patient and her partner being a critical part of that team. She understands that the road to building a family – now or in the future – can be complicated and overwhelming. Because of this, she believes in individualizing care for each patient in order to meet their goals.

Her greatest strength is the relationships she forms with her patients. She genuinely enjoys getting to know all of her patients and their partners, and understanding what their goals, hopes and fears are.

“My goal is for patients to feel comfortable engaging in open and honest conversation with me, which I feel is crucial to our partnership.”


  • Alpha Omega Alpha.
  • American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.
  • American Society for Reproductive Medicine.
  • Journal of Assisted Reproduction and Genetics: ad-hoc reviewer.
  • New England Fertility Society.
  • Society for Reproductive Investigation.