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ASRM Leadership

2020-2021

Hugh Taylor, M.D.Hugh S. Taylor, M.D.
President
Marcelle Cedars, M.D.Marcelle I. Cedars, M.D.
President Elect
Michael Thomas M.D.Michael A. Thomas, M.D.
Vice President

  

Catherine Racowsky Ph.D.Catherine Racowsky, Ph.D.
Immediate Past President
Peter Schlegel M.D.Peter N. Schlegel, M.D.
Past President
Jim Toner, M.D., PH.D.Jim P. Toner, Jr., M.D., Ph.D.
Secretary/Treasurer

  

Directors At Large

Peter Chan, M.D.Peter Chan, M.D.
Samantha M. Pfeifer, M.D.Samantha M. Pfeifer, M.D.
Lee Rubin Collins, J.D.Lee Rubin Collins, J.D.

  

Amy E. Sparks, Ph.D.Amy E. Sparks, Ph.D.
Alan S. Penzias, M.D.Alan S. Penzias, M.D.
Lauri A. Pasch Ph.D.Lauri A. Pasch Ph.D.

  

Directors (Affiliated Society Representatives)

Valerie L. Baker, M.D. (SART)Valerie L. Baker, M.D.
SART
Stanton C. Honig M.D. (SMRU)Stanton C. Honig M.D.
SMRU
Brad J. Milette B.S. (SRBT)Brad J. Milette B.S.
SRBT

  

Ruben J. Alvero M.D. (SREI)Ruben J. Alvero M.D.
SREI
John C. Petrozza M.D. (SRS)John C. Petrozza M.D.
SRS


    
 

ASRM Executive Team

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  • Vickie Gamble, MPPM - Chief Executive Officer - Interim
  • Chevis N. Shannon, DrPH, MBA, MPH, MERC - Chief Education and Science Officer
  • Lee Pearce - Chief Operations Officer
  • Sean B. Tipton, MA - Chief Advocacy, Policy and Development Officer
  • Daniel Carre, CPA, MBA - Chief Financial Officer

ASRM Committees

The American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) utilizes several committees to develop resources and publications, as well as support the mission of ASRM.

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Past Presidents

Click Here for a complete list of Presidents who have presided over the American Society for the Study of Sterility founded in 1944, which became the American Fertility Society in 1965, and which was renamed the American Society for Reproductive Medicine in 1994.