Maryam Tofighi Niaki

Reproductive Biology, Islamic Azad University Sari Branch
  • Islamic Azad University Sari Branch
  • Iran (Islamic Republic of)
Alexander Quaas

Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, Reproductive Partners San Diego

Emily Barnard

Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, Shady Grove Fertility

Luis Hoyos

Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility, IVF Florida

Thomas A. Masterson, M.D.

Urology - Andrology , University of Miami

Matt Coward, MD FACS

Male Reproductive Medicine and Surgery, University of North Carolina

R. Matthew Coward, MD FACS is an Associate Professor of Urology and Clinical Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the UNC School of Medicine, Director of Male Reproductive Medicine and Surgery at UNC Fertility, and Program Director for the UNC Andrology Fellowship. He earned his MD with Distinction followed by urology residency at UNC, and he completed fellowship in Male Reproductive Medicine and Surgery at the Baylor College of Medicine.

He is an Interactive Associate for Fertility and Sterility, and he serves on the Board of Directors for the ASRM's Society for Male Reproduction and Urology as well as the Society for the Study of Male Reproduction.  He has published more than 75 peer-reviewed scientific articles and chapters.  

Dr. Coward’s clinical practice offers comprehensive reproductive urology services on-site at UNC Fertility that includes the full array of surgical sperm extraction procedures including microdissection testicular sperm extraction.  Dr. Coward’s research interests include clinical trials in reproductive medicine, male infertility, vasectomy and vasectomy reversal, surgical education, and urologic imaging.  He has received grants from the NIH, the SMSNA, the Doris Duke Foundation, and UNC Healthcare, and he has served as a co-investigator with the Reproductive Medicine Network of the NICHD.  

Serena H Chen MD

Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility , IRMS

Serena H. Chen MD serves as Director of Reproductive Medicine at the Saint Barnabas Medical Center, and IRMS, the Institute for Reproductive Medicine and Science in New Jersey, and Clinical Associate Professor at both Rutgers Medical Schools. Dr Chen feels privileged to be trusted with the reproductive health of people in so many different situations and is dedicated to improving access to reproductive care by breaking down barriers to care and raising public awareness. She is amazed and grateful every day at the explosion in reproductive technology that is happening today, but feels that physicians and scientists must advocate for better support for providers and patients. The education, information and insurance gaps in healthcare today continue to be the biggest barrier between the promise of these new technologies and their actual delivery. Please join her in advocating for better reproductive health for all on Instagram and Twitter @DrSerenaHChen or and