Richard T Scott, M.D.,H.C.L.D.

Biography

Richard T. Scott, Jr, MD, HCLD/ALD FACOG is the Chief Executive Officer for IVIRMA Global. Additionally, he is the Clinical Director, Andrology and Endocrinology Laboratory Director, and Embryology Director of RMANJ.

He is also the Embryology Laboratory Director for IVI Florida in Orlando. He is the Fellowship Director for the Jefferson- RMANJ fellowship director at Thomas Jefferson University and is the Director of the Division of Reproductive Endocrinology at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School of Rutgers University. He serves on the Board of Directors of IVIRMA Global, Equipo IVI, IVI America, RMANJ, RMA Philadelphia, IVIRMA Orlando, IVIRMA Saint Louis, and IVIRMA Northern California. He is also Chairman of the Board of Directors of a large not-for-profit specializing in embryo research – the Foundation for Embryonic Competence

Dr. Scott has served many roles in the American Society for Reproductive Medicine. He has also served on the national Board of Directors of Resolve and as Scientific Director as a member of the national Board of Directors for the American Fertility Association, both national patient advocacy groups helping infertile patients. Dr. Scott has served on the scientific advisory boards, including as Chairman, for several large pharmaceutical companies and biotechnology firms which do work in our field. Dr. Scott also organizes and chairs the largest review course in Reproductive Endocrinology – The Frontiers in Reproductive Medicine.

Dr. Scott is board certified in three specialties including Obstetrics and Gynecology, Reproductive Endocrinology, and as an Embryologist, Andrologist, and High Complexity Laboratory Director. He is also trained in Aerospace Medicine.

Dr. Scott serves as an Associate Editor of Fertility and Sterility and is an ad hoc reviewer for more than a dozen other journals. He has edited two textbooks. Dr. Scott has authored more than six hundred peer reviewed, invited contributions, chapters, and published abstracts. He has also been invited to speak more than five hundred times at international meetings, conferences, and grand rounds at major universities and teaching centers around the world on six continents. Dr. Scott’s research focuses on factors which influence the reproductive competence of individual embryos, oocytes, and spermatozoa, ovarian reserve, GnRH analogs, follicular stimulation, reproductive genetics, molecular genetics, and molecular biology. Dr. Scott has received more than forty seven awards for best research at major national and international meetings in embryology and Reproductive Endocrinology. He was named American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology Professor of the Year at age 32 in 1990.


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Education and Training

BS Randolph Macon College (1979)
MD The University of Virginia (1983)
Residency Wilford Hall USAF Hospital (1987)
Fellowship The Jones Institute for Reproductive Medicine (1989)
Aerospace Medicine Brooks USAF Aerospace Medicine Center (1993)

Honors and recognition

The American Society for Reproductive Medicine Star Award 2017
ASRM Corporate Member Council In-training Award. The American Society for Reproductive Medicine Annual Meeting, Mentor, First Author Diego Marin 2017
SMRU Traveling Scholars Program Award The American Society for Reproductive Medicine Annual Meeting, Mentor, First Author Scott Morin, MD 2017
Excellence In-Training Award, Pacific Coast Reproductive Society Annual Meeting, Mentor, First Author, Rhea Chattopadhyay, MD 2017
SRBT Clinical Science Award, The American Society for Reproductive Medicine. Mentor, First Author Marie Werner, MD 2016
SRBT Basic Science Award, The American Society for Reproductive Medicine, First Author - Nathan Treff, PhD 2016
The American Society for Reproductive Medicine Star Award 2016
Scientific Program Prize Poster, The American Society for Reproductive Medicine, Annual Meeting, Mentor First Author Scott Morin, MD 2016
In-Training Award for Research, The American Society for Reproductive Medicine, Annual Meeting. Mentor Scott Morin, MD 2016
Mentor First Author, Caroline Juneau, MD Excellence In-Training Award Pacific Coast Reproductive Annual Meeting 2016
Awarded ASRM Corporate Member In-Training Travel Grant, Annual Meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine 2015
Mentor First Author Marie Werner 2015
Prize Paper Award American Association of Bioanalysts Annual Meeting Mentor First Author Jason Franasiak, MD 2015
Fertility and Sterility Star Reviewer Award 2015
The American Society for Reproductive Medicine Star Award 2015
The American Society for Reproductive Medicine Star Award 2014
The American Society for Reproductive Medicine Star Award 2013
In-Training Award for Research, The American Society for Reproductive Medicine Annual Meeting, Mentor First Author Kathleen H. Hong, MD 2013
Third Prize Poster Award, The American Society for Reproductive Medicine Annual Meeting Mentor First Author Kathleen H. Hong, MD 2013
Third Place Paper Prize Award, The American College of Obstetricians Annual Clinical Meeting Mentor First Author Eric J. Forman, MD 2012
The American Society for Reproductive Medicine Star Award 2012
In-Training Award for Research, The American Society for Reproductive Medicine Annual Meeting. Mentor First Author, Eric Forman, MD 2012
The American Society for Reproductive Medicine Star Award 2011
Best Abstract, First Annual Research Day, Faculty Clinical Category Human Genetics Institute of New Jersey, Piscataway, NJ 2011
The American Society for Reproductive Medicine Star Award 2010
SART Prize Paper, The American Society for Reproductive Medicine Denver, CO. First Author - Nathan Treff, PhD 2010
General Program Prize Paper, The American Society for Reproductive Medicine, Denver, CO 2010
Best Oral Presentation - Research, Faculty Category, Atlantic Health 14th Annual Research Day, Morristown, NJ June 2010
SART Prize Paper, The American Society for Reproductive Medicine Atlanta, Georgia First Author Xin Tao 2009
General Program Prize Paper, The American Society for Reproductive Medicine, Washington D.C., First Author Nathan Treff, PhD 2007
Best Research Paper, AAB Annual Meeting and Educational Conference, Orlando Florida May 17-19 2007
Lifetime Achievement Award. American Infertility Association 2006
National Award for Patient Advocacy, RESOLVE 2004
Family Building Award, American Infertility Association 1999
Best fellow paper. The Armed Forces District Meeting of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology First Author - Gregory S. Neal, MD 1998
The American Society for Reproductive Medicine Star Award 1997
Selected as one of the “Best Doctors in the United States for 1997 Women” Good Housekeeping Magazine 1997
Best fellow paper. The Armed Forces District Meeting of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, San Diego, California. First Author - Bradley T. Miller, M.D 1995
Chairman's Award - Best scientific paper at the Armed Forces District of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Seattle, Washington 1993
Best Resident Paper, The Armed Forces District Meeting of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Cincinnati, Ohio. First Author - Stanton A. Bailey, M.D 1991
Meeting of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Cincinnati, Ohio. 1991
Professor of the Year, Presented at the Armed Forces District 1991
Searle Award, Best Paper presented by a junior fellow at a district of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Annual Clinical Meeting of the American College of Obstetrics & Gynecology 1989
Best Poster, Annual Meeting of the American Fertility Society 1988
First Place Abstract, Resident Category, Armed Forces District Meeting of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology 1988
Chairman's Award, Armed Forces District Meeting of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology 1988
Best Paper by Physician in Training, International Fertility Society 1987

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