Steven D. Spandorfer, M.D.

Reproductive Endocrinology/Infertility

Honors and Awards

November, 1991 - U.S. Navy Achievement Medal
February 1995 - ACOG/Zeneca Resident Writing ContestAward Winner"Factors associated with compliance with follow-up in patients treated for outpatient pelvic inflammatory disease." Presented at the1995 ACOG Annual Clinical Meeting in San Francisco, CA
Presented at the April 1995 meeting - Philadelphia Area Reproductive Endocrine Society (P.A.R.E.S.) Research Paper Contest "The Utility of the Endometrial Stripe Thickness as a Predictor of Outcome in Very Early Pregnancies." First Prize
June 1995 - Phillip Williams Award Prize paper"Characteristics of Persistent Ectopic Pregnancy." District III, ACOG
April 1996 - S. Leon Israel Award Prize Paper Philadelphia Obstetrical Society "Postoperative serum hCG levels in patients with persistive ectopic pregnancy after conservative surgical management."
April 1996 - Resident Bowl CompetitionFirst Place Delaware Valley Philadelphia Obstetrical Society
May 1996 - Primary Car in OB/GYN Writing Contest Honorable Mention "Cigarette smoking: its effect on the perimenopausal women."
March 1997 - NY Obstetrical Society Research Award, Fellows "Impact of Maternal Age on Outcome after demonstrating a Fetal Heart in IVF pregnancies."
April 1997, ACOG Annual Meeting - ACOG Grant Competition Winner "Immune sensitization to conserved epitopes expressed in human and Chlamydia Trachomatis heat shock proteins and adverse pregnancy outcomes: Correlation with the presence of Bacterial Vaginosis."
June 1998 - Infectious Disease Society of Obstentrics and Gynecology Grant Competition Winner "Humoral and cell-mediated immunity to the 60kD heat shock proteins of Chlamydia Trachomatis, E Coli, and man and woman undergoing in-vitro fertilization: Relation to tubal infertility and pregnancy outcome."
2001 - National Faculty Award, Council of Resident Education in Obstetrics and Gynecology

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