New York, New York (PRWEB) May 02, 2013
The European Society for Reproductive Immunology selected Dr. Jeffrey Braverman to serve as Co-Chairman of the of the 2014 European Society for Reproductive Immunology meeting. As Co-Chairman, Dr. Braverman will help preside over the meeting. He is honored to be selected by the society as the meeting co-chairman.
At the meeting, doctors and researchers will share their insights about the progress of reproductive immunology across the globe. “The brightest minds from around the world will gather to share the latest research and advancements in the clinical applications of reproductive immunology,” Dr. Braverman said.
The 2014 meeting will be held in New York. Last year, the society met in Hamburg, Germany. The society is focused on developing a community where reproductive immunologists can share their research, knowledge, and discoveries regarding reproductive immunology. Visit the society’s website to learn more about the society’s board members, upcoming events, and reproductive immunology news.
Dr. Braverman was accepted to New York University at the age of 14. He attended The Mount Sinai Medical Center in Manhattan and completed his medical residency at the Albert Einstein School of Medicine in New York. He has published writings related to gestational diabetes, IUGR, and Fetal distress.
Over the course of his career, Dr. Braverman has delivered more than 5,000 babies and was featured on the Discovery Channel’s Baby Story. Today, he is a medical leader in in vitro fertilization and reproductive immunology. Click here to read Dr. Braverman’s full, professional profile.
Braverman Reproductive Immunology is committed to helping couples fulfill their dreams of having children. With two other doctors on the team, Dr. Braverman is dedicated to solving simple and complex infertility problems and is prepared to help his patients using a variety of different treatment options. To learn more about Dr. Braverman, in vitro fertilization, infertility, or Braverman Reproductive Immunology, visit http://www.preventmiscarriage.com.