• Fellowship Training in REI

    Whether you are seeking a career in basic sciences, clinical research, or the practice of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, you will find a fellowship to meet your particular needs and interests. All fellowships are standardized to include 18 months of clinical education and 18 months of research education and experience.

    Application to all REI Fellowship programs is made through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) via the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) website at the below link.

    Deadline information will be found under the ERAS for Applicants tab followed by Training in a Residency or Fellowship tab.  As in the past, the matching program is coordinated via the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP) and fellowship applicants must register with NRMP to participate in the Fellowship match. More information about the REI Match process rules may be found at Rules and Requirements for Participating Programs.

    If you encounter a program not participating in ERAS you may contact them to see if they will accept a manual application.  The manual application, titled "SREI Fellowship Application" is a Microsoft Word document, and it is located under the menu option For Learners -> REI Resident Fellow Information section of this web site.

Fact Sheets and Booklets:

SREI is a professional group of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine. Below are links to publications authored by ASRM and its affiliated societies and groups. 

Reproductive Facts Patient Fact Sheets and Booklets


SREI is an affiliated society of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM). For more information about ASRM, visit www.asrm.org.