Dr. Josh Skorupski recently joined Houston Fertility Institute. He is interested in reproductive genetics and has received extensive training from around the world. He helps patients to conceive with IVF and ovulation induction, and deliver, and the goal is make sure mom and baby are healthy.
Hi, I'm Dr. Josh Skorupski, and I recently joined the Houston Fertility
Institute here in Houston Texas. I want to give a little bit of background
about myself and what brought myself and my family here to Houston.
My education has been a worldwide journey, which began in New York. I'm a
native New Yorker and did my undergraduate degree in chemistry at
Binghamton University. I then traveled overseas to spend time in Haifa,
Israel, where I attended the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology to
obtain my medical degree.
With Manhattan beckoning, I then returned to New York to do my OB/GYN
residency at St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital in Manhattan. With an interest
in reproductive genetics, I then traveled to Houston and attended the
Baylor College of Medicine and did a fellowship there in clinical genetics,
followed by a fellowship in reproductive endocrinology and infertility at
the University of Michigan.
My interest really is reproductive genetics and rare genetics syndromes,
and the goal for me was to bring that unique perspective to an already
diverse group of physicians at the Houston Fertility Institute.