dr. steinberg completed his residency in obstetrics and gynecology at rush university medical center in chicago, il and his fellowship in reproductive endocrinology at the university of california san diego.
dr. steinberg has over 37 years of experience in infertility. his initial training took place at bourne hall clinic at cambridge university in england, the birthplace of ivf. he studied under the team that won the nobel prize. he is the founder and director of the fertility institutes, the director of gynecology reproductive endocrine and pcos services at the student health center at cal state northridge and serves as a clinical instructor at the david geffen school of medicine at ucla.
dr. schmidt is a graduate of new york university school of medicine. she completed her obstetrics/gynecology residency and her clinical and research fellowship in reproductive endocrinology infertility at new york university medical center. her pioneering work in ivf and assisted reproductive technologies (art) began in 1982 as a faculty member at the university of texas medical school at houston, one of the first three ivf facilities in the united states.
she then established successful ivf centers at the university of connecticut (1985-1986), the university of medicine and dentistry of new jersey (1986-1991), new york university (1991-1995), and the offices for fertility and reproductive medicine (1995-present). she also helped to initiate egg donation programs at the last three of these centers and was responsible for the first successful pregnancy on the east coast using donor oocytes. she has authored numerous research articles and book chapters in the area of endometriosis, polycystic ovarian syndrome, infertility treatment, and assisted reproductive technology.