Director of Genetics & Oncofertility
Obstetrics and Gynecology
Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility
Dr. Skorupski completed his undergraduate degree in chemistry at Binghamton University in New York prior to attending medical school at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa, Israel. He returned to New York to complete his residency in obstetrics and gynecology at St. Luke’s- Roosevelt Hospital in Manhattan. He then attended Baylor College of Medicine to complete his clinical genetics training, followed by a fellowship in reproductive endocrinology and infertility at the University of Michigan. Dr. Skorupski’s clinical interests include the psychological impact of infertility treatments, fertility preservation in cancer patients and rare genetic syndromes.
Dr. Skorupski brings a unique perspective to reproductive medicine by combining his knowledge of clinical genetics with his insight into the treatment of couples with fertility challenges. Dr. Skorupski is board certified in reproductive endocrinology and infertility in addition to obstetrics and gynecology. He has authored numerous articles in peer-reviewed journals and has presented his work nationally. Dr. Skorupski is an active fellow in the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.
Q: What inspired you to become a physician?
A: After seeing the struggles that a very close family member endured due to infertility, I became focused and committed to change the infertility experience to a supportive and nurturing environment.
Q: What are you most passionate about professionally?
A: Building a supportive and comforting space for my patients.
Q: What do you and your family do for fun?
A: Spending time together from riding bicycles to rock climbing is always time well spent.
Q: What most excites you about your work and contribution you make?
A: Helping patients realize and achieve their dream of a family is the ultimate contribution.
Haddad G, Deng M, Wang C, Witz C, Williams D, Griffith J, Skorupski J, Gill J, Wang W. Assessment of aneuploidy formation in human blastocysts resulting from donated eggs and the necessity of the embryos for aneuploidy screening. J Assist Reprod Genet. 2015 Jun; 32(6):999-1066.
Liang L, Wang CT, Sun X, Liu L, Li M, Witz C, Williams D, Griffith J, Skorupski J, Haddad G, Gill J, Wang WH. Identification of chromosomal errors in human preimplantation embryos with oligonucleotide DNA microarray. PLos One. 2013 Apr; 8(4): e61838.
Wang CT, Liang L, Witz C, Williams D, Griffith J, Skorupski J, Haddad G, Gill J, Wang W. Optimized protocol for cryopreservation of human eggs improves developmental competence and implantation of resulting embryos. J Ovarian Res. 2013 Feb; 6(1):15.
Liu J, Wang WH, Sun X, Liu L, Jin H, Li M, Witz C, Williams D, Griffith J, Skorupski J, Haddad G, Gill J. DNA microarray reveals that high proportions of human blastocyts from women of advanced maternal age are aneuploid and mosaic. Biol Reprod. 2012 Dec; 87(6):148.
Johnson JA, Calo S, Nair L, Iglayreger HB, Greenwald-Yarnell M, Skorupski J, Myers MG Jr, Bodary PF. Testosterone interacts with feedback mechanisms engaged by Ty985 of the leptin receptor and diet- induced obesity. J Steroid Biochem Mol Biol. 2012 Nov; 132(3-5):212-19.
Sadagurski M., Leshan RL., Patterson C., Rozzo A., Kuznetsova A., Skorupski J., Jones J.C., Depinho R.A., Myers M.G. Jr, White M.F. IRS2 signaling in LepRb neurons suppresses Fox01 to control energy balance independently of leptin action. Cell Metab. 2012 May;15(5):703-12.
Keltz MD, Stein DE, Berin I, Skorupski J. Elevated progesterone-to-estradiol ratio versus serum progesterone alone for predicting poor cycle outcome with in vitro fertilization. J Reprod Med. 2012 Jan-Feb;57(1-2):9-12.
Skorupski, J., Haefner, H., Smith, Y., Quint, E. A rare vulvar manifestation of neurofibromatosis 1 in a teen. J Pediatr Adolesc Gynecol. 2011 Oct; 24(5):e103-5.
Keltz, M., Fritz, R., Gonzales E., Ozensoy, S., Skorupski, J., Stein D. Defragmentation of low grade day 3 embryos resulted in sustained reduction in fragmentation, but did not improve compaction or blastulation rates. Fertil Steril. 2010 Nov; 94(6):2406-8.
El-Hattab, A., Skorupski, J., Hsieh, M., Cheung, S., Craigen, W. OEIS complex associated with chromosome 1p36 deletion: A case report and review of the literature. Am J Med Genet A. 2010 Feb; 152A(2):504-511.
Franco, L., Skorupski, J., Images in clinical medicine. Myotonic dystrophy. N Engl J Med. 2009 Jul 23; 361(4):e4.
Bowden, W., Skorupski, J., Rajkovic, A., Kovanci, E. Detection of novel copy number variants in leiomyomas using high-resolution SNP arrays. Mol. Hum. Reprod. 2009 Sept;15(9):563-568.
Keltz, M., Punja, P., Skorupski, J., Stein, D. Comparison of FSH with flare with and without oral contraceptive pills (OCPS) in poor responders undergoing in vitro fertilization (IVF). Fertil Steril. 2007 Aug;88(2):350-353.
Skorupski, J., Stein, D., Acholonu, U., Field, H., Keltz, M. Pregnancy outcomes with day 4 embryo transfers. Fertil Steril. 2007 Apr;87(4):788-791.
Keltz, M., Skorupski, J., Bradley, K., Stein, D. Predictors of embryo fragmentation and outcome following fragment removal in IVF. Fertil Steril. 2006 Aug;86(2):321-4.
2011 ACOG Annual Junior Fellow Research, Lansing, Michigan. Oral Presentation. Skorupski, J., Greenwald-Yarnell, M., Patterson, C., Myers, M. “Leptin and sex steroid receptors: The search for areas of integration of metabolism and reproduction within the hypothalamus”.
2011 SGI National Conference, Miami Beach, Florida. Oral Presentation. Skorupski, J., Greenwald-Yarnell, M., Myers, M. “Codistrbution of androgen and estrogen receptors with leptin receptors in neurons of the adult murine brain”.
2011 SGI National Conference, Miami Beach, Florida. Poster Presentation. Skorupski, J., Smith, G., Swain, J. “Comparison of single and double isolate gradients for sperm separation techniques and impact on resulting sperm parameters”.
2010 ASRM National Conference, Denver, Colorado. Oral Presentation. Skorupski, J., Greenwald-Yarnell, M., Patterson, C., Myers, M. “Distribution and codistribution of tac-2 and ER alpha in neurons of the adult female murine brain”.
2009 NASPAG National Conference, San Antonio, Texas. Poster Presentation. Skorupski, J., Haefner, H., Smith, Y., Quint, E. “A rare vulvar manifestation of neurofibromatosis 1 in a teen”.
2009 SGI National Conference, Glasgow, Scotland. Poster Presentation. Skorupski, J., Bray, M., Bowden,W., Rajkovic, A. “Detection of novel DNA copy number variants in leiomyomas using high resolution SNP arrays”.
2006 ASRM National Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana. Poster Presentation- Berin, I., Skorupski, J., Stein, D., Keltz, M. “Elevated serum progesterone/estradiol ratio and progesterone level during in vitro fertilization are negative predictors of cycle outcome”.
2005 ASRM National Conference, Montreal, Canada. Poster Presentation- Skorupski, J., Keltz, M., Bradley, K., Stein, D. “Predictors of embryo fragmentation and outcome following fragment removal in IVF”.
2005 ASRM National Conference, Montreal, Canada. Oral Presentation- Bowen, S., Norian, J., Skorupski, J., Akoma, U., Santoro, N. “Single ovarian measurements (length and width) are independent predictors of ovarian reserve.”
2005 ASRM National Conference, Montreal, Canada. Oral Presentation- Pal, L., Bevilacqua, J., Norian, J., Bowen, S., Skorupski, J., Santoro, N. “Dysthymic mood parameters associate with underlying cause for infertility.”
2003 SPO National Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana. Poster Presentation- Rosenn, B., Langer, O., Brustman, L., Skorupski, J., Yogev, Y. “It’s not just the abdominal circumference: glycemic control still matters”.