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Infertile patients cannot afford to wait for treatment while their eggs get older.

Dr. Sherman Silber, Infertility Center of St. Louis, is offering free video consultations for patients who need to plan now for their treatment while stay-at-home orders are in place. He is talking to and evaluating patients in their home to comply with social distancing measures.

Dr. Silber is discovering that patients actually prefer this method of telemedicine consultation over the conventional office visit. Patients have conveyed that “it is so much more convenient and less stressful” to have a free telemedicine personal consultation than to take a day off from work to travel to the doctor’s office and sit with other nervous patients in the waiting room.

The COVID-19 pandemic is thus changing much of the way we will do things in the future, and for the better. “Our patients are surprisingly much happier with this approach. Of course, at some point we need to perform hands on treatment. But with this new manner of seeing patients, we can come to the right diagnosis and treatment plan for most patients more efficiently, quickly, and painlessly, with no loss of personal one-on-one communication.” This is a very welcome new era of telemedicine that has been forced on us by the current difficult times.

Dr. Sherman Silber’s Awards, Experience & Lectures

Name, Address, Telephone | Summary Biography | Present Institutions | Birthdate, Place of Birth, Citizenship | Summary of Education | Training | Medical Societies & Licenses | Honors and Awards | Brief Summary of Major Contributions to Science | Scientific Papers | Films | TV Special Documentaries About Dr.Silber | Non-Scientific Publications | Guest Lectureships & Scientific Presentations


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Dr. Sherman Silber

Name

Sherman J. Silber, M.D.

Address

St. Luke’s Hospital
224 S. Woods Mill Road, Suite 730
St. Louis, Missouri 63017, U.S.A.

Telephone

314-576-1400

Email

silber@infertile.com


Summary Biography:

Dr. Sherman Silber, a renowned pioneer in microsurgery and infertility, is considered one of the world’s leading authorities on IVF, mini-IVF, sperm retrieval, ICSI, vasectomy reversal, male infertility, tubal ligation reversal, egg and embryo freezing, ovary transplantation and the reproductive biological clock.

For over 46 years Dr. Silber has personally developed originally most of the popular fertility treatments used around the world today.

He performed the world’s first microsurgical vasectomy reversal, as well as the first testicle transplant, in the 70’s and now in the current century, the world’s first ovary transplant. He was the first to develop the TESE and MESA techniques for retrieving testicular and epididymal sperm in azoospermic men. He headed the clinical MIT team that first mapped and sequenced the Y chromosome in infertile men and discovered the now famous DAZ gene for male fertility. His research includes also the study of reproduction and fertility in zoo animals and endangered species. Most recently he has perfected the preservation of fertility for cancer patients with ovarian freezing and transplantation and thereby figured out how to extend the reproductive biological clock of women. He has helped pioneer minimal ovarian stimulation to reduce IVF costs and eliminate complications while maintaining the very highest success rate, even in older women. He heads the clinical team on the CHOSE project to transform skin biopsy cells into eggs and sperm in humans. He has even recently answered the age-old question of why the dinosaurs went extinct by extending his research on male infertility and the Y chromosome, discovering that the change in earth temperature 65,000,000 years ago led to the birth of a skewed male/female sex ratio.

Dr. Silber has treated many thousands of infertile couples who travel to St. Louis daily from all over the world. His patients come from every state in the U.S.A., all over Europe, South America, the Middle East, Asia and Africa. His patients include doctors, teachers, rock stars, secretaries, politicians, astronauts, movie stars, scientists, truck drivers, lawyers, migrant fruit pickers, CEO’s, princes and kings.

He is the author of five medical textbooks, five best selling books for the layman and more than 250 scientific papers on human infertility and reproduction. His book, “How to Get Pregnant”, published by Little, Brown and Company in 2007, is a completely revised and updated edition of his classic series of “How to Get Pregnant” books, which have been major bestsellers. He recently published the definitive text on male infertility, “Fundamentals of Male Infertility”. Dr. Silber’s books have been published in English, Spanish, German, Russian, and Chinese (Mandarin). He has appeared many times on the Today Show, Good Morning America, the Donahue Show, Gary Collins, Peter Jennings ABC Nightly News, Oprah, Charlie Rose and Ted Koppel Nightline. He has been a consultant numerous times on the Joan Rivers Show and ABC News and has been a regular contributor many times on CNN, KMOX, WOR, and NPR radio.

Dr. Silber went to medical school at the University of Michigan, did post-graduate training at Stanford University, and then again at the University of Michigan. From 1967 to 1969, he provided medical care via the U. S. Public Health Service to Eskimos, Indians, and Aleuts. Then he taught at the University of Melbourne Medical School in Australia, and later at the University of California Medical School in San Francisco. He is a scientific collaborator at MIT in Cambridge, Massachusetts, at the Kato Clinic in Tokyo, and at the University of Kyushu in Japan, and is a full professor at the University of Amsterdam, and at Sun Yat Sen University Medical School in China. His major clinical medical practice is at St. Luke’s Hospital in St. Louis, Missouri.

His research now extends to making skin cells into stem cells and then into sperm and eggs in the human, collaborating with the University of Kyushu, UCLA and Pittsburgh University. They have the only such IRB for this work in the world, and are actually making great progress.

His most currently applicable innovation is IVM from ovarian tissue, using the basic knowledge on oocyte development learned from successful in vitro oocyte production (with successful offspring) in the mouse.

He always gives credit for his amazing surgical dexterity to the training he received during medical school from an uncertified but brilliant Black janitor who washed instruments at the animal lab at the University of Michigan. He honored his incredible surgical teacher on the NBC News Today Show in 2006.


Present Institutions:

  • Director of Infertility Center of St. Louis and IVF
  • Program, St. Luke’s Hospital, St. Louis, Missouri (1976-Present)
  • Professorship in Ob/Gyn at the University of
    Amsterdam Medical School, The Netherlands (2009)
  • Professorship in Ob/Gyn at Sun Yat-sen University Medical School (2012)
  • Professor in Urology University of Michigan (2018)
  • Advanced Institute of Reproductive Technologies (AIRT) Tokyo, Board Member (July, 2020)
  • Consultant to MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Whitehead Institute, Cambridge, MA
  • Consultant to ABC News, NPR St. Louis, KMOX Radio, FOX News, BBC, Wall Street Journal, St. Louis Zoo, Tulsa Zoo, National Zoo in Washington, DC.
  • Member of IVF Worldwide Advisory Board as of October 2012

Birthdate, Place of Birth, Citizenship:

Birthdate:

December 18, 1941

Place of Birth:

Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.

Citizenship:

U.S.A.

Academic Degrees:

  • Diploma from Hyde Park High School, South Side, Chicago, Illinois
  • B.A. from University of Michigan, April 30, 1966
    – Graduated Phi Beta Kappa
    – Major: English
  • M.D. from University of Michigan, June 11, 1966

Summary of Education

INSTITUTION AND LOCATIONDEGREE(if applicable)Completion Date MM/YYYYFIELD OF STUDY
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MIB.A.04/1966English
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MIM.D.06/1966Urology
Stanford UniversityInternship06/1967Surgery
U.S. Public Health Service, AlaskaGynecology Apprenticeship06/1969Gynecology
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MIResidency06/1970Nephrology
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MIResidency06/1973Urology
University of Melbourne, AustraliaPost-doctoral06/1974Transplantation and Laboratory Immunology

Training:

Internship:

  • Stanford Medical Center, Palo Alto, California
    July 1966 – July 1967
    Surgery internship

Military Service:

  • Public Health Service Commissioned Corps
    Alaska Native Hospital, Anchorage, Alaska
    General Surgery: July 1967 – July 1968
    Obstetrics & Gynecology: July 1968 – July 1969

Residency:

  • University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan
    Department of Urology, Jack Lapides, M.D., Chairman
    Nephrology, Hemodialysis, Kidney Transplant: July 1969 – 1970
    Urology: July 1970 – July 1973 with Microsurgical Research

Post Residency Training:

  1. University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia
    Department of Surgery
    July 1973 – October 1974Transplantation & Laboratory Immunology
    a) Walter & Eliza Hall Institute with J.F.A.P. Miller
    b) Dept. of Surgery, Univ. of Melbourne under Mr. Peter Morris (currently Professor Emeritus, Oxford, England, and Professor Morris Ewing)   Pediatric Urology
    a) Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne with Mr. Douglas Stephens and Durham Smith
  2. University of California Medical Center, San Francisco, California
    Assistant Professor of Urology, Vice Chairman
    Division of Urology, and,
    Chief of Urology, Veterans Administration Hospital
    October 1974 – June 1976, San Francisco, California

Medical Societies & Licenses:

Societies:

  • American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) (1977)
  • American Urological Association, AUA(1976)
  • European Society for Human Reproduction and Embryology, ASRM (1988)
  • Embryology, ASRM (1988)

Medical Licenses:

  • Alaska 1973
  • California 1976
  • Michigan 1968
  • Missouri 1977
  • New York 2000

Religious Affiliation:

  • Jewish

Specialty:

  • Infertility In Male and Female
  • IVF
  • Microsurgery
  • Embryology

Specialty Boards:

  • American Board of Urology, certification Feb. 9, 1977
  • American Urologic Association, 1978

Honors and Awards:

  • 1965 – Hopwood Literary Award for Short Stories and Essays, University of Michigan
  • 1973 – Travel Fellowship, International College of Surgeons
  • 1973 – Travel Fellowship, Michigan Chapter of American College of Surgeons for First Prize Resident Day, Competition
  • 1973 – First Prize, Detroit Chapter American Urological Association, Resident Day Competition
  • 1978 – First Prize, Western Section American Urological Association, Motion Picture Transurethral Prostatectomy: An Anatomic Approach
  • 1982 – American Medical Writers Association, Medical Books Award Competition for THE MALE: FROM INFANCY TO OLD AGE
  • 1983 – Pacific Coast Fertility Society’s 1983 Prize Award for presentation of paper “Reversal of Tubal Sterilization – Five Year Follow-Up”, annual meeting
  • 1985 – American Fertility Society, “Best Urological Film” MICROSURGERY FOR MALE STERILITY, Annual meeting
  • 1989 – Pacific Coast Fertility Society’s Practicing Physician’s Award for paper “Congenital Absence of the Vas Deferens: Studies on the Fertilizing Capacity of Human Epididymal Sperm”
  • 1999 – American Society for Reproductive Medicine, “Best Video in the Urology Category” entitled “Sperm Retrieval Techniques,” annual meeting
  • 2005 – Established Clinician Award for best paper of the year, on ovary transplantation. ESHRE, Copenhagen, Denmark.
  • 2005 – Awarded: Top Five Infertility Programs in the United States. Child Magazine.
  • 2005 – American Society for Reproductive Medicine “Society for Reproductive Surgeons Prize Paper” on “ovarian transplantation, 61st Annual Meeting of ASRM in Montreal, Canada.
  • 2008 – American Society for Reproductive Medicine prize paper award for lecture on “Successful Pregnancy after Whole Ovary Microvascular Transplantation.
  • 2011 – Middle East Fertility Society, Lifetime Honorary Membership.
  • 2015 – Reproductive Biomedicine (RBMO) first prize award for best reproduction paper of the year.

Brief Summary of Major Contributions to Science

  1. Male Infertility and the human Y chromosomeThe genetics of azoospermia is still largely unknown. I led the clinical team that discovered that the DAZ gene contained in the Azoospermia Factor (AZF) cluster on the human Y chromosome is responsible for azoospermia in up to 13% of men with this condition. Further work explored other Y-linked genetic causes of male infertility.
    1. Reijo R., Lee T.Y., Salo P., Alagappan R., Brown L.G., Rosenberg M., Rozen S., Jaffe T., Straus D., Hovatta O., de la Chapelle A., Silber S., Page D.C. Diverse spermatogenic defects in humans caused by Y chromosome deletions encompassing a novel RNA-binding protein gene. Nat Genet. 1995 Aug;10(4):383-93. PMID: 7670487.
    2. Silber, S.J., Alagappan, R., Brown, L.G. and Page, D.C. Y chromosome deletions in azoospermic and severely oligozoospermic men undergoing intracytoplasmic sperm injection after testicular sperm extraction. Hum Reprod 13, 3332-3337, 1998.
    3. Kuroda-Kawaguchi, T., Skaletsky, H., Brown, L.G., Minx, P.J., Cordum, H.S., Waterston, R.H., Wilson, R.K., Silber, S., Oates, R., Rozen, S. and Page, D.C. The AZFc region of the Y chromosome features massive palindromes and uniform recurrent deletions in infertile men. Nature Genet 29, 279-286, 2001.
    4. Repping, S., Skaletsky, H., Brown, L., van Daalen, S.K.M., Korver, C.M., Pyntikova, T., Kuroda-Kawaguchi, T., de Vries, J.W.A., Oates, R.D., Silber, S., van der Veen, F., Page D.C. and Rozen, S. Polymorphism for a 1.6-Mb deletion of the human Y chromosome persists through balance between recurrent mutation and haploid selection. Nature Genet 35(3), 247-251, 2003.
    5. Silber, SJ (2011) Special Contribution – Y chromosome in the era of ICSI
  2. Pioneering surgeries for male fertility: the world’s first microsurgical vasectomy reversal, first testicle transplant, and first ovary transplant.Pioneered surgical vasectomy reversal and testicle transplant and later, ovary transplantation.
    1. Silber, SJ. Microsurgery of the male genitalia. Chapter in Pediatric and Adult Reconstructive Surgery, 2nd edition, ed. by J. Libertino, 1974.
    2. Silber, SJ: Microscopic vasectomy reversal. Fertil Steril, 28:1191-1202, 1977.
    3. Silber, SJ: Transplantation of a human testicle for anorchia. Fertil Steril, 30:181, 1978.
    4. Silber, SJ: Pregnancy after vasovasostomy for vasectomy reversal: A study of factors affecting long-term return of fertility in 282 patients followed for 10 years. Human Reprod 4(3), 318:322, 1989.
    5. Eldar-Geva, T., Brooks, B., Margalioth,E.J., Zylber-Haran, E., Gal, M. and Silber, S.J. Successful pregnancy and delivery after calcium ionophore oocyte activation in a normozoospermic patient with previous repeated failed fertilization after intracytoplasmic sperm injection. Fertil Steril 79, Suppl. 3, June 2003, 1656-1658, 2003.
    6. Silber, SJ, Llenahan, K, Levine, D, Pineda, J, Gorman, K, Friez, M, Crawford, E, Gosden, R. Ovarian Transplantation between Monozygotic Twins Discordant for Premature Ovarian Failure, NEJM 2005: 353:58-63.
    7. Silber, SJ, Gosden, R, Ovarian Transplant in a Series of Monozygotic Twins Discordant for Ovarian Failure, NEJM 2007; 356:13.
    8. Silber, SJ, Grudzinskas, G, Gosden, R. Successful Pregnancy After Microsurgical Transplantation of an Intact Ovary. NEJM 2008; 359: 24.
    9. Silber, S.J. Evaluating the infertile male (Part 1 / Oct 2004). Contemporary Ob/Gyn 49(10), 80-88, 2004.
    10. Silber, SJ, Crudup, J: Kidney transplantation in inbred rats. Am J Surg, 125:551, 1973.
    11. Silber, SJ, Crudup, J: Three-kidney rat model. Invest Urol, 11:466, 1974.
    12. Silber, SJ, Malvin, R: Compensatory and obligatory renal growth in rats. Am J Phsiol, 226:114, 1974.
  3. TESE and MESA techniques for retrieving testicular and epididymal sperm in azoospermic menThese techniques have become standard in the infertility field, revolutionizing the prospect of having children for men previously thought to be sterile with no sperm.
    1. Silber, SJ, Ord, T, Balmaceda, J, Asch, R, Borrero, C: Pregnancy with sperm aspiration from the proximal head of the epididymis: A new treatment for congenital absence of the vas deferens. Fertil Steril 50(3), 525:528, September 1988.
    2. Devroey, P, Liu, J, Nagy, Z, Tournaye, H, Silber, SJ, Van Steirteghem, AC: Normal fertilization of human oocytes after testicular sperm extraction and intracytoplasmic sperm injection (TESE and ICSI). Fertil Steril 62(3), 639-641, 1994.
    3. Devroey, P, Liu, J, Nagy, Z, Goossens, A., Tournaye, H., Camus, M., Van Steirteghem, A. and Silber, SJ. Pregnancies after testicular sperm extraction (TESE) and intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) in non-obstructive azoospermia. Human Reprod 10(6), 1457-1460, 1995.
    4. Silber, SJ, Devroey, P, Van Steirteghem, AC. Conventional IVF versus ICSI (intracytoplasmic injection) for patients requiring microsurgical epididymal sperm aspiration. Human Reprod 9(9), 1705-1709, 1994.
    5. Silber, SJ, Ord, T, Balmaceda, J, Patrizio, P, Asch, RH: Congenital absence of the vas deferens: The fertilizing capacity of human epididymal sperm. N Engl J Med, 323:1788-1792 (December 27), 1990.
    6. Silber, S.J., Nagy, Z., Liu, J., Tournaye, H., Lissens, W., Ferec, C., Liebaers, I., Devroey, P. and Van Steirteghem, A.C. The use of epididymal and testicular sperm for ICSI: The genetic implications for male infertility. Human Reprod, 10(8), 2031-2043, 1995.
    7. Silber, S.J., Van Steirteghem, A.C., Liu, J., Nagy, Z., Tournaye, H., and Devroey, P. High fertilization and pregnancy rate after intracytoplasmic sperm injection with spermatozoa obtained from testicle biopsy. Human Reprod 10(1), 148-152, 1995.
    8. Silber, S.J., Van Steirteghem, A., Nagy, Z., Liu, J., Tournaye, H. and Devroey, P. Normal pregnancies resulting from testicular sperm extraction and intracytoplasmic sperm injection for azoospermia due to maturation arrest. Fertil Steril 66(1), 110-117, 1996.
  4. Preservation of fertility for cancer patients with ovarian freezing and transplantationPreservation of fertility is a major concern for young female cancer patients. Demonstrated that ovarian freezing and transplantation represent viable options for fertility preservation in these patients, and resume normal cycling following transplantation. This technique can also be used in monozygotic twins discordant for ovarian failure. Multiple healthy children have now been born to these ovarian transplantation patients who previously had no eggs and were prematurely menopausal.
    1. Silber, S.J., Lenahan, K.M., Levine, D.J., Pineda, J.A., Gorman, K.S., Friez, M.J., Crawford, E.C. and Gosden, R.G. Ovarian transplantation between monozygotic twins discordant for premature ovarian failure. N Engl J Med 353:1, Brief Report, 58-63, July 7, 2005.
    2. Silber S, Kagawa N, Kuwayama M, and Gosden R. Duration of fertility after fresh and frozen ovary transplantation. Fert Steril doi: 10.1016/j.fertnstert 2009.12.073.
    3. Silber S (2015). Ovarian tissue vitrification-Clinical realities and outcomes Vitrification in Assisted Reproduction, Second Edition (pp. 191-196): CRC Press.
    4. Fan Y, Chang Y, et al. Apoptosis of mural granulosa cells is increased in women with diminished ovarian reserve. J Assist Reprod Genet 2019;36(6)125-35.
    5. Silber, SJ, DeRosa, M, Goldsmith, S, Fan, Y, Castleman, L, Melnick, J. Cryopreservation and Transplantation of Ovarian Tissue: Results from one center in the USA. JARG 2018; doi: 10.1007/s10815-018-1315-1.
  5. Fertility preservation, contraception and IVF in zoo animalsAssisted reproduction techniques are critical for maintaining endangered species, especially those with disrupted mating and breeding patterns in captivity. Applied expertise to perform microsurgical and IVF techniques on a variety of large zoo animals. Used our previous studies on the evolution of the x and y chromosomes to develop a plausible theory for the extinction of the dinosaurs, the ultimate in “endangered species”.
    1. DeMatteo, K, Silber, S, Porton I, Lenahan, K, Junge, R and Asa, C. Preliminary tests of a new reversible male contraceptive: Open-ended vasectomy and microscopic reversal. J Zoo & Wildlife Med (JZWM), 37(3): 313-317, 2006.
    2. Silber SJ, Barbey N, Lenahan K, Silber D. (2013) Applying clinically proven human techniques for contraception and fertility to endangered species and zoo animals: a review. J Zoo Wildlife Med 44(4S): S111-S122.
    3. Miller, D, Summers, J, Silber, SJ, Environmental versus genetic sex determination: a possible factor in dinosaur extinction. Fertil Steril 2004; Vol 81, No. 4.
    4. Silber, SJ, Geisler, J, Bolortsetseg, M, Unexpected resilience of species with temperature-dependent sex determination at the Cretaceous-Palaeogene boundary. Biol. Lett. Published online 2010.
    5. Silber, SJ, Human male infertility, the Y chromosome, and dinosaur extinction. Middle East Fertility Society Journal, 2011, Vol 16, Issue 2, 114-120.
  6. In Vitro Oogenesis and SpermatogenesisThere are two aspects to this work:
    1. One aspect is the single cell transcriptome analysis of human spermatogenesis, collaborating with Herman et al. In an exhaustive study of testicular specimens in humans with normal spermatogenesis. The markers for human spermatogonial stem cells that previously were not known, were identified as not just one marker but a variety of markers that together identify spermatogonial stem cells in the human. A further result of this transcriptome analysis will the ability to identify the genes necessary for spermatogenesis and the presence of only occasional spermatozoa in the testes of men with non-obstructive azoospermia.
      Hermann B, Cheng K, Singh A, Roa-De La Cruz, L, Mutoji, K, Chen, I, Gildersleeve, H, Lehle, J, Mayo, M, Westernstroer, B, Law, N, Oatley, M, Velte, E, Niedenberger, B, Fritze, D, Silber, SJ, et al. . The Mammalian Spermatogenesis Single-Cell Transcriptome,, from Spermatogonial Stem Cells to Spermatids. Cell Reports 2018;25,1650-1667.
    2. The other aspect is to repeat in humans the results with in vitro oogenesis that Hayashi has achieved in the mouse with the birth of healthy pups from IPS cells derived from skin cells. I have organized and achieved funding for the CHOSE project with Professor Amander Clark of the UCLA Stem Cell Center, with Professor Katsuhiko Hayashi of the University of Kyushu in Japan, and with Professor Kyle Orwig of the University of Pittsburgh. I am obtaining skin biopsies from a large number of my female patients with premature ovarian failure, normal age related menopausal ovarian failure, and men with non-obstructive azoospermia. Professor Clark is making IPS cells and PGC cells from these human skin biopsies. We now have quality fetal PGCs obtained from the skin cells of women as old as 55 years and in menopause.

Books

  1. Transurethral Resection. Prentice-Hall International, London: 1977.
  2. Microsurgery. Williams & Wilkins, Baltimore: 1979.
  3. How To Get Pregnant. Charles Scribner’s Sons, New York, 1980, hardback; Warner Books, New York, 1981, paperback. Published in the United States, Australia, England, Spain, Israel and Germany.
  4. The Male: From Infancy To Old Age. Charles Scribner’s Sons, New York, 1981, hardback and paperback. Published in the United States, Spain and England.
  5. Reproductive Microsurgery In The Male And Female. Williams & Wilkins, Baltimore: 1984.
  6. How Not To Get Pregnant, MacMillan, New York, 1987.
  7. How To Get Pregnant With The New Technology, Warner Books, New York, 1991, hardback; Warner Books, New York, 1991, paperback.
  8. How To Get Pregnant With the New Technology, Revised Edition, Warner Books, New York, 1998, quality paperback.
  9. How To Get Pregnant (The classic guide to overcoming infertility, completely revised and updated), Little Brown & Co., New York, 2005.
  10. How To Get Pregnant Paperback Version (The classic guide to overcoming infertility, completely revised and updated), Little Brown & Co., New York, 2007.
  11. Fundamentals of Male Infertility, Springer, New York, 2018
  12. Y Men Are Different (A history of the Y chromosome in ancient man, modern man, and wild animals, and how it affects the behavior of men compared to women), Little Brown & Co., New York).
  13. Clinical Assisted Reproductive Technology; Current Practice and Future Advances (Chinese Book), People’s Medical Publishing House, 2018

Scientific Papers:

  1. Silber, SJ, McDonald, FD: Calcification of the seminal vesicles and vas deferens in a uremic patient. J Urol, 105:542, 1971.
  2. Silber, SJ: Idiopathic hypercalciuria. New Eng J Med, 284-503, 1971.
  3. Silber, SJ, Gikas, PW, McDonald, FD: Active lupus glomerulitis with hematoxyline bodies but negative urinalysis. J Urol, 106:812, 1971.
  4. Silber, SJ, Thompson, N: Mannitol induced central nervous system toxicity in renal failure. Invest Urol, 9:310, 1972; Yearbook Urol, (abst), 1972.
  5. Lapides, J, Diokno, AC, Silber, SJ, Lowe, BS: Clean, intermittent self-catheterization in the treatment of urinary tract disease. Transactions Am Assoc Genito-Urinary Surg, 63:92, 1971; J Urol, 107-458, 1972.
  6. Silber, SJ, Moyad, RA: Renal echinococcus. J Urol, 108:699, 1972; Urol (abst), 1972.
  7. Silber, SJ, Cittan, S, Friedlander, G: Testicular neoplasm in father and son. J Urol, 108:889, 1972.
  8. Silber, SJ, Breakey, B, Campbell, D, Williams, H, Fellman, S: Placenta percreta invading the bladder. J Urol, 109:615, 1973.
  9. Silber, SJ, Crudup, J: Kidney transplantation in inbred rats. Am J Surg, 125:551, 1973.
  10. Silber, SJ, Thornbury, J: The fate of non-absorbable intraureteral suture. J Urol, 110:40, 1973.
  11. Kalish, M, Silber, SJ, Herwig, K: Papillary necrosis: result of intravesical instillation of formalin. Urol, 2:315, 1973.
  12. Silber, SJ, Chang, CY: Primary lymphoma of the kidney. J Urol, 110:282, 1973.
  13. Silber, SJ: Carcinoma in the bladder left behind. J Urol, 110:675, 1973.
  14. Silber, SJ, Miller, JFAP, Morris, PJ: Attempts to induce specific immunosuppression in the rat by selective recruitment of antigen-sensitive cells. Aust NZ J Surg, 44:428, 1974.
  15. Silber, SJ: Prevention of acute tubular necrosis in renal transplantation by chronic salt loading of the recipient. Aust NZ J Surg, 44:410, 1974; Brit J Urol (abst), 468, 1974.
  16. Silber, SJ, Crudup, J: Three-kidney rat model. Invest Urol, 11:466, 1974.
  17. Silber, SJ, Malvin, R: Compensatory and obligatory renal growth in rats. Am J Phsiol, 226:114, 1974.
  18. Silber, SJ: Chronic salt loading of donor and recipient in renal transplantation. Surg, 75:573, 1974; JAMA (abst), July, 1974; Urol Surv (abst), 24:322, 1974.
  19. Silber, SJ: Renal transplantation between adults and children. JAMA, 228:1143, 1974; Urol Dig (abst), 1975.
  20. Kalish, M, Greenbaum, L, Silber, SJ, Goldstein, H: Traumatic renal hemorrhage treatment by arterial embolization. J Urol, 112:138, 1974.
  21. Silber, SJ: Extra renal function in patients with duplication anomaly: obligatory and compensatory renal growth. J Urol, 112:423, 1974.
  22. Silber, SJ: Microsurgery of the male genitalia. Chapter in Pediatric and Adult Reconstructive Surgery, 2nd edition, ed. by J. Libertino, 1974.
  23. Silber, SJ: Treatment of renal trauma by angiographic injection of autologous clot. Arch Surg, 110:206, 1975. Brit J Urol (abst), 47:232, 1975.
  24. Silber, SJ: Growth of baby kidneys transplanted into adults. Surg Forum, 26:579, 1975.
  25. Silber, SJ, Chang, CY, Gould, F: Regression of metastases after nephrectomy for renal cell carcinoma. Brit J Urol, 47:259, 1975.
  26. Silber, SJ: Transplantation of rat kidneys with acute tubular necrosis into salt-loaded and normal recipients. Surg, 77:487, 1975.
  27. Silber, SJ: Microsurgery in clinical urology. Urol, 6:150, 1975.
  28. Silber, SJ, Clark, R: Treatment of massive hemorrhage after renal biopsy with angiographic injection of clot. New Eng J Med, 292:1387, 1975.
  29. Silber, SJ: Microsurgery in pediatric urology. Chapter in Int’l Symp Ped Surg, ed. by J. Duckett, 1975.
  30. Silber, SJ, Collins, E, Clark, R: Treatment of hemorrhage from renal trauma by angiographic injection of clot. J Urol, 115:16, 1976; Urol Times (abst), Jan, 1976.
  31. Silber, SJ: Growth of baby kidneys transplanted into adults. Arch Surg, 111:75, 1976.
  32. Silber, SJ, Miller, JFAP, Morris, PJ: Graft-versus-host reactivity and renal allograft survival in rats given allogenic speen cells or spleen allografts. Transplantation, 22:160, 1976.
  33. Silber, SJ, Kelly, J: Successful autotransplantation of an intra-abdominal testis to the scrotum by microvascular technique. J Urol, 115:452, 1976.
  34. Friend, DS, Galle, J, Silber, SJ: Fine structure of human sperm, vas deferens epithelium, and testicular biopsy specimens at the time of vasectomy reversal. Anat Rec, 184:584, 1976.
  35. Silber, SJ: Microscopic technique for reversal of vasectomy. Surg Gynec & Obst, 143:630, 1976.
  36. Silber, SJ: Perfect anatomical reconstruction of vas deferens with a new microscopic surgical technique. Fertil Steril, 28:72, 1977.
  37. Silber, SJ, Galle, J, Friend, D: Microscopic vasovasostomy and spermatogenesis. J Urol, 117:299, 1977.
  38. Silber, SJ: Letter to editor: vasectomy reversal. New Eng J Med, 296:886, 1977.
  39. Silber, SJ: Microscopic vasectomy reversal. Fertil Steril, 28:1191, 1977; Letter to editor. Fertil Steril, 28:1191-1202, 1977.
  40. Silber, SJ: Sperm granuloma and reversibility of vasectomy. Lancet, aa:588, 1977.
  41. Silber, SJ: Microsurgery in pediatric urology in Birth Defects: Original Article Series, Vol XIII(5), 445-454, 1977.
  42. Silber, SJ: Transplantation of a human testicle for anorchia. Fertil Steril, 30:181, 1978.
  43. Silber, SJ: Vasectomy and vasectomy reversal. Modern Trends, Fertil Steril, 29:125, 1978.
  44. Silber, SJ: Vasectomy and vasectomy reversal: microsurgical approach. Chapter in Symp of Urol Clinics of N America, ed. by Stuart Howards, 5:573, 1978.
  45. Silber, SJ: Vasectomy and its microsurgical reversal. Chapter in Urol Clinics of North America Symposium on Male Infertility, 5:3;573-584, 1978.
  46. Silber, SJ: Microscopic vasoepididymostomy: specific microanastomosis to the epididymal tubule. Fertil Steril, 30:565, 1978.
  47. Silber, SJ: Dealing with fertility problems after vasectomy reversal. Contemporary Ob/Gyn, 12:105, 1978.
  48. Silber, SJ, Cohen, RS: Normal intrauterine pregnancy after reversal of tubal sterilization in the wife and vasectomy in the husband. Fertil Steril, 30:606, 1978.
  49. Silber, SJ: Epididymal extravasation following vasectomy as cause for failure of vasectomy reversal. Fertil Steril, 30:309, 1979; Urol Dig (abst), 18:43, 1979.
  50. Silber, SJ: Letter to editor: impalpable testis. J Urol, 121:545, 1979.
  51. Silber, SJ: Microsurgical aspects of varicocele. Fertil Steril, 31:230, 1979.
  52. Bigazzi, PE, Alexander, NJ, and Silber, SJ: Studies on human testicular biopsies. Chapter for Vasectomy, Immunologic and Pathophysiologic Effects, ed. by I. H. Lepow and R. Crozier, Academic Press, 1979.
  53. Shapiro, EI, Silber, SJ: Open-ended vasectomy, sperm granuloma, and post-vasectomy orchialgia. Fertil Steril, 32:546-550, 1979.
  54. Silber, SJ: Ejaculatory duct obstruction. J Urol, 124-294, 1980.
  55. Silber, SJ, Rodriguez-Rigau, L: Pregnancy after testicle transplant: importance of treating the couple. Fertil Steril, 33:454-455, 1980.
  56. Silber, SJ: Vasoepididymostomy to the head of the epididymis: recovery of normal spermatozoal motility. Fertil Steril, 34:149-153, 1980.
  57. Silber, SJ, Cohen, RS: Microsurgical reversal of female sterilization: the role of tubal length. Fertil Steril, 33:598, 1980.
  58. Silber, SJ, Cohen, RS: Laparoscopy for cryptorchidism. J Urol, 124:928, 1980.
  59. Silber, SJ: Reversal of vasectomy and the treatment of male infertility. J Androl, 1:261, 1980.
  60. Silber, SJ: Reversal of vasectomy and the treatment of male infertility. Chapter in Symp of Urol Clinics of N America, 8:53, 1981.
  61. Silber, SJ: The intra-abdominal testes: microvascular autotransplantation. J Urol, 125:329, 1981.
  62. Silber, SJ, Rodriguez-Rigau, LJ: Quantitative analysis of testicle biopsy: determination of partial obstruction and prediction of sperm count after surgery for obstruction. Fertil Steril, 36:480, 1981.
  63. Silber, SJ: Testicular transplantation and autotransplantation. Chapter in Vascular Problems in Urologic Surgery, ed., by R.A. Straffon and A. C. Novick, pp. 337-349, 1982.
  64. Silber, SJ: Recovery of spermatogenesis after testicle autotransplantation in an adult male. Fertil Steril, 38:632, 1982.
  65. Silber, SJ: Microsurgery for the undescended testicle. Chapter in Symp of Urol Clinics of N America, 9:429, 1982.
  66. Silber, SJ, Cohen, RS: Simultaneous treatment of the wife in infertile couples with oligospermia. Fertil Steril, 4:505, 1983.
  67. Silber, SJ: Microsurgery for vasectomy reversal and vasoepididymostomy. Urol, 23:505, 1984.
  68. Silber, SJ, Cohen, R: Microsurgical reversal of tubal sterilization: Factors affecting pregnancy rate, with long term follow-up. Obstet Gynecol 64:679, 1984.
  69. Silber, SJ: First fallopian tube-ovary transplant is carried out. Welcome Trends in Ob/Gyn, 2:9, 1985.
  70. Silber, SJ: Diagnosis and treatment of obstructive azoospermia. Chapter in Male Reproductive Dysfunction: Diagnosis and Management of Hypogonadism, Infertility and Impotence, ed. by R. J. Santen and R. S. Swerdloff, Marcel Dekker, 1986.
  71. Silber, SJ, Asch, R, Ord, T, Borrero, C, Balmaceda, J: New treatment for infertility due to congenital absence of vas deferens. The Lancet, October 10, 1987, page 850.
  72. Silber, SJ: Pregnancy caused by sperm from vasa efferentia. Fertil Steril 49(2), 373:75, February 1988.
  73. Silber, SJ, Ord, T, Balmaceda, J, Asch, R, Borrero, C: Pregnancy with sperm aspiration from the proximal head of the epididymis: A new treatment for congenital absence of the vas deferens. Fertil Steril 50(3), 525:528, September 1988.
  74. Silber, SJ: Results of specific tubule vasoepididymostomy: The role of epididymis in sperm maturation. Urol, October 1988.
  75. Silber, SJ: Pregnancy after vasovasostomy for vasectomy reversal: A study of factors affecting long-term return of fertility in 282 patients followed for 10 years. Human Reprod 4(3), 318:322, 1989.
  76. Silber, SJ: Apparent fertility of human sperm from caput epididymis. J Androl 10(4), 263:269, July/August 1989.
  77. Silber, SJ: The relationship of abnormal semen parameters to male infertility. Human Reprod 5(1), 947:953, October 1989.
  78. Silber, SJ: Results of microsurgical vasoepididymostomy: Role of epididymis in sperm maturation. Human Reprod 4(3) 298:303, 1989.
  79. Patrizio, P, Moretti-Rojas, I, Ord, T, Balmaceda, J, Silber, S, Asch, RH: Low incidence of sperm antibodies in men with congenital absence of the vas deferens. Fertil Steril 52(6), 1989.
  80. Gerli, S, Remohi, J, Patrizio, P, Borrero, C, Balmaceda, JP, Silber, SJ, Asch, RH: Programming of ovarian stimulation with Norethindrone Acetate in IVF/GIFT cycles. Human Reprod, 4(7), 746:748, 1989.
  81. Silber, SJ, Ord, T, Balmaceda, J, Patrizio, P, Asch, RH: Congenital absence of the vas deferens: The fertilizing capacity of human epididymal sperm. N Engl J Med, 323:1788-1792 (December 27), 1990.
  82. Silber, SJ: Quantitative evaluation of spermatogenesis in men with congenital absence of the vas deferens by testicular histology. Human Reprod, 5(1) 89:93, 1990.
  83. Silber, SJ: Microsurgery, Andrology, and Its Role in IVF. Chapter in Advances in Assisted Reproductive Technologies, ed. by S. Mashiach, Z. Ben-Rafael, N. Laufer, J.G. Schenker, 1990.
  84. Silber, SJ: Chapter in Operative Urology: Microsurgery and Andrology: Pregnancy after vasovasostomy for vasectomy reversal. Operative Urology, 56:416-424, 1991.
  85. Speirs, AL, Asch, RH, Silber, SJ: When predictions don’t predict. Aust NZ J Obstet Gyn, 31(4), 346-347, 1991.
  86. Asch, RH, Silber, SJ: Microsurgical Epididymal Sperm Aspiration and Assisted Reproductive Techniques. Chapter in 1991, Frontiers in Human Reproduction, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 626:101-110, June 28, 1991.
  87. Silber, SJ: Effect of age on male fertility. Seminars in Reprod Endo, ed. L. Speroff, 9:241-248, August 1991.
  88. Asch, R, Patrizio, P, Silber, SJ: Ultrastructure of human sperm in men with congenital absence of the vas deferens: Clinical implications. Fertil Steril, 58(1), 190:193, July 1992.
  89. Patrizio, P, Silber, SJ, Ord, T, Marello, E, Balmaceda, JP, Asch RH: Replacement of frozen embryos generated from epididymal sperm: The first two pregnancies. Human Reprod, 7(5), 652:653, 1992.
  90. Silber, SJ: Epididymal surgery. For: Infertility. Book of Proceedings of the 25th Study Group of the Royal College of Ob/Gyns, ed. A.A. Templeton and J. O. Drife, Springer-Verlag, London, England, October 1992, ISBN: 3-540-19743-5.
  91. Silber, SJ: Microcirugia y fertilizacion in vitro para la azoospermia obstructiva. Chapter for Avances En Reproduccion Asistida, ed. Jose Remohi, Antonio Pellicer, and Fernando Fonilla-Musoles, Diaz de Santos, S.A., Madrid, Spain, August 1992, ISBN: 84-7978-042-8.
  92. Silber, SJ: A Modern View of Male Infertility: Brief Report for The Infertile Male, the Book of Proceedings of The Fertility Society of Australia Meeting held in Adelaide, Australia in November, 1992, ed. Flaherty and Matthews, CSIRO Australia, 1994, ISBN: 0 643 05584 3.
  93. Silber, SJ: Recent Advances in Male Reproductive Surgery for Annual Progress in Reproductive Medicine, ed. Asch and Studd, The Parthenon Publishing Group, New York, 1993, ISBN: 1-85070-376-0.
  94. Silber, SJ: Treatment of Male Factor Infertility for Progress in Infertility, Fourth edition, ed. Behrman, Patton, and Holtz, Little, Brown and Company (Inc.), Boston/New York/Toronto/London, 1993, ISBN: 0-316-08782-3.
  95. Patrizio, P, Asch, RH, Handelin, B, Silber, SJ: Aetiology of congenital absence of the vas deferens: Genetic study of three generations. Human Reprod, 8(2), 215:220, 1993.
  96. Patrizio, P, Asch, RH, Handelin, B, Silber, SJ: Infertile men with isolated congenital absence of the vas deferens: A new population of carriers for cystic fibrosis in mutation. Human Reprod, 8(2), 215:220, 1993.
  97. Silber, SJ: Techniques for the resolution of testicular obstruction for Reconstructive Urology, ed. Webster, Kirby, King, Goldwasser, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Boston, 1993.
  98. Silber, SJ, Van Steirteghem, A and Devroey, P: Conventional IVF versus ICSI (intracytoplasmic sperm injection) for patients requiring MESA (microsurgical epididymal sperm aspiration) for “Frontiers in Endocrinology, Perspectives on Assisted Reproduction,” eds. Mori, Aono, Tominaga, and Hiroi, the Book of Proceedings of the VIIIth World Congress on IVF and ART held in Kyoto, Japan, in September 1993 (June 1994), ISBN: 88-85974-14-7.
  99. Silber, SJ: Microsurgery of the male genitalia for infertility. Reconstructive Urologic Surgery, ed. Libertino, C. V. Mosby/St. Louis, 1994 (1997), pp. 571-586.
  100. Silber, SJ: The use of epididymal sperm in assisted reproduction. Male Factor in Human Infertility, Frontiers in Endocrinology, Vol. 8, (Ed. J. Tesarik), Book of Proceedings of the Ares Serono Symposia, Ares-Serono Symposia Publications, 335-368, Paris, France, July 1994.
  101. Silber, SJ, Devroey, P, Van Steirteghem, AC. Conventional IVF versus ICSI (intracytoplasmic injection) for patients requiring microsurgical epididymal sperm aspiration. Human Reprod 9(9), 1705-1709, 1994.
  102. Devroey, P, Liu, J, Nagy, Z, Tournaye, H, Silber, SJ, Van Steirteghem, AC: Normal fertilization of human oocytes after testicular sperm extraction and intracytoplasmic sperm injection (TESE and ICSI). Fertil Steril 62(3), 639-641, 1994.
  103. Woolcott, R, Stanger, J, Cohen, R, Silber, SJ: Refinements in the methodology of injection for transvaginal gamete intra Fallopian transfer. Human Reprod 9(8), 1466-1468, 1994.
  104. Liu, J., Lissens, W., Silber, S.J., Devroey, P., Liebaers, I., and Van Steirteghem, A.C.. Birth after preimplantation diagnosis of the cystic fibrosis ∆F508 mutation by polymerase chain reaction in human embryos resulting from intracytoplasmic sperm injection with epididymal sperm. JAMA 23, 1858-1860, 1994.
  105. Silber, S.J., Devroey, P., Tournaye, H., and Van Steirteghem, A.C. Fertilizing capacity of epididymal and testicular sperm using intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI). Presented at the Meeting of the Fertility Society of Australia in Brisbane, Australia (Oct 1994) and published in Reprod Fertil Dev 7, 281-293, 1995.
  106. Mercier, B, Verlingue, C, Lissens, W, Silber, SJ, Novelli, G, Bonduelle, M, Raguenes, O, Quere, I, Audrezet, MP, Ferec, Is congenital bilateral absence of vas deferens a primarily form of cystic fibrosis? Results of a large study of the CFTR gene in CBAVD patients. Am J Hum Genet 56, 272-277, 1995.
  107. Nagy, Z, Liu, J, Janssenwillen, C, Silber, S, Devroey, P and Van Steirteghem, A. Using ejaculated, fresh & frozen-thawed epididymal and testicular spermatozoa gives rise to comparable results after intracytoplasmic sperm injection. Fertil Steril 63, 808-815, 1995.
  108. Devroey, P, Liu, J, Nagy, Z, Goossens, A., Tournaye, H., Camus, M., Van Steirteghem, A. and Silber, SJ. Pregnancies after testicular sperm extraction (TESE) and intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) in non-obstructive azoospermia. Human Reprod 10(6), 1457-1460, 1995.
  109. Devroey, P, Silber, S, Nagy, Z, Liu, J, Tournaye, H, Joris, H, Verheyen, G, and Van Steirgeghem, A. Ongoing pregnancies and birth after intracytoplasmic sperm injection with frozen-thawed epididymal spermatozoa. Human Reprod 10, 903-906, 1995.
  110. hillon, M., Casals, T., Mercier, B., Bassas, L.L., Lissens, W., Silber, S.J., Romey, M.C., Ruiz-Romero, J., Verlingue, C., Claustres, M., Nunes, V., Ferec, C., and Estivill, X. Complexity of mutations and phenotypes in the CFTR gene: Congenital absence of the vas deferens caused by variable CFTR exon 9 deletion in infertile males with a cystic fibrosis mutation in the other chromosome. N Eng J Med, 323(22), 1475-1480, 1995.
  111. Silber, S.J., Van Steirteghem, A.C., and Devroey, P. Sertoli cell only revisited. (Editorial), Human Reprod 10(5), 1031-1032, 1995.
  112. Silber, S.J., Nagy, Z., Liu, J., Tournaye, H., Lissens, W., Ferec, C., Liebaers, I., Devroey, P. and Van Steirteghem, A.C. The use of epididymal and testicular sperm for ICSI: The genetic implications for male infertility. Human Reprod, 10(8), 2031-2043, 1995.
  113. Silber, S.J., Van Steirteghem, A.C., Liu, J., Nagy, Z., Tournaye, H., and Devroey, P. High fertilization and pregnancy rate after intracytoplasmic sperm injection with spermatozoa obtained from testicle biopsy. Human Reprod 10(1), 148-152, 1995.
  114. Silber, S.J., Devroey, P., and Van Steirteghem, A.C. Fertilizing capacity of epididymal and testicular sperm with ICSI. In Epididymis: Role and Importance in Male Infertility Treatment. Hamamah, S., Mieusset, R., and Dacheux, J.L. (eds). Ares-Serono Symposia Series – Frontiers in Endocrinology, Vol. 11, 129-140. Book of Proceedsings, Deauville, France, 1995.
  115. Van Steirteghem, A.C., Nagy, Z., Liu, J., Joris, H., Janssenswillen, C., Silber, S., and Devroey, P. Embryo development after ICSI using testicular, epididymal and ejaculated spermatozoa. In Epididymis: Role and Importance in Male Infertility Treatment. Hamamah, S., Mieusset, R., and Dacheux, J.L. (eds). Ares-Serono Symposia Series – Frontiers in Endocrinology, Vol. 11, 141-148. Book of Proceedings, Deauville, France, 1995.
  116. Silber, S.J. The use of epididymal and testicular sperm for ICSI. Book of Proceedings, IX World Congress on IVF and ART, (eds. Aburumieh, A., Bernat, E., Dohr, G., Feichtinger, W., Fischl, F., Huber, J., Muller, E., Szalay, S., Urdl, W., and Zech, H.), Vienna, Austria, 115-118, April 3-7, 1995.
  117. Reijo, R., Lee, T-Y, Salo, P., Alagappan, R., Brown, L.G., Rosenberg, M., Rozen, S., Jaffe, T., Straus, D., Hovatta, O., de la Chapelle, A., Silber, S., and Page, D.C. Diverse spermatogenic defects in humans caused by overlapping, de novo Y deletions encompassing a novel RNA-binding protein gene. Nat Genet 10, 383-393, 1995.
  118. Silber, S.J. Epididymal and testicular spermatozoa and intracytoplasmic sperm injection. Assisted Reprod Rev, 6(1), 45-53, 1996.
  119. Silber, S.J. What forms of male infertility are there left to cure? Human Reprod 10(3), 503-504, 1996.
  120. Novero, V., Silber, S., Goossens, A., Van Steirteghem, A.C., Tournaye, H., and Devroey, P. Seminoma discovered in two males undergoing successful testicular sperm extraction for intracytoplasmic sperm injection. Fertil Steril 65(5), 1051-1054, 1996.
  121. Silber, S. Response to Letter to the Editor from Khalifa, Y. and Grudzinskas, J.G., Micro-epididymal sperm aspiration or percutaneous epididymal sperm aspiration? The dilemma. Hum Reprod 11(3), 680-681, 1996.
  122. Devroey, P., Nagy, P, Tournaye, H., Liu, J., Silber, S. and Van Steirteghem, Outcome of intracytoplasmic sperm injection with testicular spermatozoa in obstructive and non-obstructive azoospermia. Hum Reprod 11(5), 1015-1018, 1996.
  123. Silber, S.J., Van Steirteghem, A., Nagy, Z., Liu, J., Tournaye, H. and Devroey, P. Normal pregnancies resulting from testicular sperm extraction and intracytoplasmic sperm injection for azoospermia due to maturation arrest. Fertil Steril 66(1), 110-117, 1996.
  124. Reijo, R., Lee, T.-Y., Sao, P., Alagappan, R., Brown, L.G., Rosenberg, M., Rozen, S., Jaffe, T., Straus, D., Hovatta, O., de la Chapelle, A., Silber, S. and Page, D.C. (1996) Diverse spermatogenic defects in humans caused by Y chromosome deletions encompassing a novel RNA-binding protein gene. In Genetics and Assisted Human Conception, 1995, Proceedings of the ESHRE Symposium on Genetics and Outcomes of Assisted Reproductive Technology, Van Steirteghem, A., Devroey, P. and Liebaers, I. (eds.), Hum Reprod, Vol. 11, Supplement 4, 27-54, December 1996. 125. Lissens, W., Mercier, B., Tournaye, H., Bonduelle, M., Ferec, C., Seneca, S., Devroey, P., Silber, S., Van Steirteghem, A. and Liebaers, I. (1996) Cystic fibrosis and infertility caused by congenital bilateral absence of the vas deferens and related clinical entities. In Genetics and Assisted Human Conception, 1995, Proceedings of the ESHRE Symposium on Genetics and Outcomes of Assisted Reproductive Technoogy, Van Steirteghem, A., Devroey, P., and Liebaers, I. (eds.), Hum Reprod, Vol 11, Supplement 4, 55-80, December 1996.
  125. Silber, S.J. Reproductive Biology, The Scientist, Vol 10(22);14, 1996.
  126. Silber, S.J., Nagy, Z., Devroey, P., Tournaye, H. and Van Steirteghem, A.C. Distribution of spermatogenesis in the testicles of azoospermic men: the presence or absence of spermatids in the testes of men with germinal failure. Hum Reprod 12, 2422-2428, 1997.
  127. Silber, S.J., Tournaye, H., Verheyen, G., Nagy, P., Devroey, P. and Van Steirteghem, A.C. Testicular sperm extraction (TESE) and intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) for non-obstructive azoospermia. For Book of Proceedings of the 10th World Congress of in Vitro Fertilization and Assisted Reproduction, Monduzzi Editore, Italy, (eds. Gomel, V. and Leung, P.C.K.), Vancouver (Canada), May 24-28, 1997.
  128. Silber, S.J., Nagy, Z., Devroey, P., Camus, M. and Van Steirteghem, A.C. The effect of female age and ovarian reserve on pregnancy rate in male infertility: treatment of azoospermia with sperm retrieval and intracytoplasmic sperm injection. Hum Reprod, 12, 2693-2700, 1997.
  129. Silber S. A modern approach to male infertility. Serono Symposia, Insights Into Infertility Newsletter, 10-12, April 1997.
  130. Silber, S.J. Genetics of male infertility. In: The proceedings of the international conference on advances in reproductive medicine, K.G. Dastidar, S.G. Dastidar & N.N.R. Chowdhury (eds), November 15-18, 1997, Science City, Calcutta, India, 1-7, 1998.
  131. Silber, S.J., Liu, J., Van Steirteghem, A., Tournaye, H., Nagy, Z. and Devroey. P. Response to Letter-to-the-Editor, The disappearing Y chromosome – “I told you so!,” Fertil Steril 67, 408-409, 1997.
  132. Silber, S.J. ICSI Today: A personal review. For Book of Proceedings of the International Symposium on ICSI, Thessaloniki, Greece, September 18-22, 1998, Hum Reprod 13 (Suppl 1), 208-218, 1998.
  133. Silber, S.J. The use of epididymal sperm for the treatment of male infertility. In: Bailliere’s clinical obstetrics and gynaecology. Male infertility, A. Van Steirteghem, P. Devroey and H. Tournaye (guest editors), Harcourt, Brace, Kent, U.K., 739-752, 1998.
  134. Silber, S.J. and Johnson, L. Are spermatid injections of any clinical value? ROSNI and ROSI revisited. Hum Reprod 13, 509-523, 1998.
  135. Silber, S.J. and Johnson, L. Mise au point sur le rosni et le rosi. Contraception Fertilite Sexualite 26, IX-XVI, 1998.
  136. Silber, S.J. ICSI with epididymal and testicular sperm in azoospermic men. In: Filicori, M. and Flamigni, C. (editors) Treatment of infertility: the new frontiers. Princeton Junction, New Jersey, Communications Media for Education, Inc., 359-362 (Book of Proceedings from meeting of same name in Boca Raton, FL in Jan 98), 1998.
  137. Crabbe, E., Verheyen, G., Silber, S., Tournaye, H., Van de Velde, H., Goossens, A. and Van Steirteghem, A. Enzymatic digestion of testicular tissue may rescue the intracytoplasmic sperm injection cycle in some patients with non-obstructive azoospermia. Hum Reprod 13, 2791-2796, 1998.
  138. Silber, S.J., Verheyen, G. and Van Steirteghem, A.C. Letter to the Editor. Spermatid Conception. Hum Reprod 13, 2976-2977, 1998.
  139. Silber, S.J., Alagappan, R., Brown, L.G. and Page, D.C. Y chromosome deletions in azoospermic and severely oligozoospermic men undergoing intracytoplasmic sperm injection after testicular sperm extraction. Hum Reprod 13, 3332-3337, 1998.
  140. Silber, S.J. Editorial: The cure and proliferation of male infertility. J Urol 160, 2072-2073, 1998.
  141. Silber, S.J. Vasectomy. In: Knobil, E. and Neill, J.D. (editors) Encyclopedia of Reproduction. Academic Press. Vol 4, 977-985, 1999.
  142. Tournaye, H., Merdad, T., Silber, S., Joris, H., Verheyen, G., Devroey, P. and Van Steirteghem, A. No differences in outcome after intracytoplasmic sperm injection with fresh or with frozen-thawed epididymal spermatozoa. Hum Reprod 14, 90-95, 1999.
  143. Silber, S.J. The disappearing male. In: Jansen, R. and Mortimer, D. (editors) Towards Reproductive Certainty. The Parthenon Publishing Group, New York/London, Chap. 63, 499-506, 1999.
  144. Silber, S. The treatment of azoospermia with surgery and ICSI. In: Glover, T.D. and Barratt, C.L.R. (editors) Male Fertility & Infertility. Cambridge University Press, United Kingdom., Chap. 10, 180-190, 1999.
  145. Page, D.C., Silber, S. and Brown, L.G. Men with infertility caused by AZFc deletion can produce sons by intracytoplasmic sperm injection, but are likely to transmit the deletion and infertility. Hum Reprod 14, 1722-1726, 1999.
  146. Silber, S.J. ICSI with epididymal and testicular sperm retrieval in Male Sterility and Motility Disorders (eds. Hamamah, Oliveness, Mieusset, Frydman) Springer-Verlag New York, Inc., 239-242. (Book of Proceedings from Serono Symposia on Male Sterility, Paris, France in 1998), 1999.
  147. Sun, C., Skaletsky, H., Birren, B., Devon, D., Tang, Z., Silber, S., Oates, R. and Page, D.C. An azoospermic man with a de novo point mutation in the Y-chromosomal gene USP9Y. Nature Letter 23, 429-432, 1999.
  148. Silber, S.J. Microsurgical TESE and the distribution of spermatogenesis in non-obstructive azoospermia. Hum Reprod 15, 2278-2284, 2000.
  149. Silber, S.J., Johnson, L., Verheyen, G. and Van Steirteghem, A.C. Round spermatid injection. Fertil Steril 73, 897-900, 2000.
  150. Silber, S.J. New concepts in operative andrology: a review. Intl J Androl, 23, Suppl. 2, 66-76. (This was also presented at the Third Asian and Oceanic Andrology Congress in Makuhari, Japan in June, 2000.
  151. Silber, S.J. Evaluation and treatment of male infertility. Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology 43 (guest eds., Blanco, J.D. and Keye, R.K. ), 854-888, 2000.
  152. Silber, S.J. The varicocele dilemma. Hum Reprod Update, 7, 70-77, 2001.
  153. Silber, S.J. Is varicocelectomy useful for treatment of male-factor infertility? Contemp Ob/Gyn, 46(5), 104-106, 2001.
  154. Faddy, M.J., Silber, S.J. and Gosden, R.G. Intra-cytoplasmic sperm injection and infertility. Nature Genetics (29), 131, 2001.
  155. Kuroda-Kawaguchi, T., Skaletsky, H., Brown, L.G., Minx, P.J., Cordum, H.S., Waterston, R.H., Wilson, R.K., Silber, S., Oates, R., Rozen, S. and Page, D.C. The AZFc region of the Y chromosome features massive palindromes and uniform recurrent deletions in infertile men. Nature Genets 29, 279-286, 2001.
  156. Silber, S.J. and Repping, S. Transmission of male infertility to future generations: lessons from the Y chromosome. Hum Reprod Update 8(3), 217-229, 2002.
  157. Repping, S., Skaletsky, H., Lange, J., Silber, S., van der Veen, F., Oates, R.D., Page, D.C. and Rozen, S. Recombination between palindromes P5 and P1 on the human Y chromosome causes massive deletions and spermatogenic failure. Am J Hum Genet, 71, 906-922, 2002.
  158. Oates, R.D., Silber, S., Brown, L.G. and Page, D.C. Clinical characterization of 42 oligospermic or azoospermic men with microdeletion of the AZFc region of the Y chromosome, and of 18 children conceived via ICSI. Hum Reprod 17(11), 2813-2824, 2002.
  159. Silber, S. El uso de las expermatides en la azoospermia. In Human Reproduction (2nd edition) (eds. Remohi, J., Pellicer, A., Simon, C. and Navarro, J.), Spain, 347-356, 2002.
  160. Silber, S., Escudero, Lenahan, K., Abdelhandi, I., Kilani, Z. and Munne, S. Chromosomal abnormalities in embryos derived from testicular sperm extraction Fertil Steril. 79(1), 30-38, 2003.
  161. Repping, S., Skaletsky, H., Brown, L., van Daalen, S.K.M., Korver, C.M., Pyntikova, T., Kuroda-Kawaguchi, T., de Vries, J.W.A., Oates, R.D., Silber, S., van der Veen, F., Page D.C. and Rozen, S. Polymorphism for a 1.6-Mb deletion of the human Y chromosome persists through balance between recurrent mutation and haploid selection. Nature Genets 35(3), 247-251, 2003.
  162. Silber, S.J. Genetics of male infertility: evolution of the X and Y chromosome and transmission of male infertility to future generations. In: Essential IVF (eds. van Blerkom, J. and Gregory, L.), pp.111-149, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston, USA, 2003.
  163. Eldar-Geva, T., Brooks, B., Margalioth,E.J., Zylber-Haran, E., Gal, M. and Silber, S.J. Successful pregnancy and delivery after calcium ionophore oocyte activation in a normozoospermic patient with previous repeated failed fertilization after intracytoplasmic sperm injection. Fertil Steril 79, Suppl. 3, June 2003, 1656-1658, 2003.
  164. Silber, S.J. Judaism and reproductive technology. Presented at 2003 ASRM in Middle East Fertility Society Session, October 2003, 1-13.
  165. Repping, S., van Daalen, S.K.M., Korver, C.M., Brown, L.G., Marszalek, J.D., Gianotten, J., Oates, R.D., Silber,S., van der Veen, F., Page, D.C. and Rozen S. A family of human Y chromosomes has dispersed throughout northern Eurasia despite a 1.8-Mb deletion in the azoospermia factor c region. Genomics 83, 1046-1052, 2004.
  166. Miller, D, Summers, J and Silber, S. Environmental versus genetic sex determination: a possible factor in dinosaur extinction? Fertil Steril 81(4), 954-964, 2004.
  167. Silber, S.J. Evaluating the infertile male (Part 1 / Oct 2004). Contemporary Ob/Gyn 49(10), 80-88, 2004.
  168. Silber, S.J. and Grotjan, H. E. Microscopic vasectomy reversal 30 years later: A summary of 4010 cases by the same surgeon. Review article. J Androl 25(6), 845-859, 2004.
  169. Repping, S, Korver, CM, Oates, RD, Silber, S, van der Veen, Fulco, Page, DC, Rozen, S. Are sequence family variants useful for identifying deletions in the human Y chromosome? Letter to Editor, Am J Hum Genet 75:514-528, 2004.
  170. Silber, S.J. Evaluating the infertile male. Microsurgical solutions to male infertility (Part 2 / Feb 2005). Contemporary Ob/Gyn, 2004.
  171. Silber, S.J. Testis biopsy and the infertile male. In: Office Andrology (eds. Patton, P.E. and Battaglia, D.E.), pp. 215-240, Humana Press, Totowa, New Jersey, 2005.
  172. Silber, S.J., Lenahan, K.M., Levine, D.J., Pineda, J.A., Gorman, K.S., Friez, M.J., Crawford, E.C. and Gosden, R.G. Ovarian transplantation between monozygotic twins discordant for premature ovarian failure. N Engl J Med 353:1, Brief Report, 58-63, July 7, 2005.
  173. Telfer, E.E., Gosden, R.G., Byskov, A.G., Spears, N., Albertini, D., Andersen, C.Y., Anderson, R., Braw-Tal;, R., Clarke, H., Gougeon, A., McLaughlin, E., McLaren, A., McNatty, K., Schatten, G., Silber, S. and Tsafriri, A. Correspondence: On regenerating the ovary and generating controversy. Cell 122, 821-822, 2005.
  174. DeMatteo, K, Silber, S, Porton I, Lenahan, K, Junge, R and Asa, C. Preliminary tests of a new reversible male contraceptive: Open-ended vasectomy and microscopic reversal. J Zoo & Wildlife Med (JZWM), 37(3): 313-317, 2006.
  175. McKinnon, A.O., Trounson, A.O. and Silber, S.J. Chapter entitled: Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) for Current Therapy in Equine Reproduction (eds, JC Samper, JF Pycock, and AO McKinnon), Saunders Elsevier, St. Louis, MO, 2006.
  176. Gosden, RG, Treloar, SA, Martin, NG, Cherkas, LF, Spector, TD, Faddy, MJ and Silber, SJ. Prevalence of premature ovarian failure in monozygotic and dyzygotic twins. Hum Reprod 22(2), 610-615, 2006.
  177. Petrucco, O.M., Silber, S.J., Chamberlain, S.L., Warnes, G.M. and Davies, M. Live birth following day surgery reversal of female sterilization in women older than 40 years: a realistic option in Australia? MJA 187(5), September 3, 2007, 271-273, 2007.
  178. Silber, SJ and Gosden, RG. Ovarian transplantation between monozygotic twins discordant for ovarian failure. N Eng J Med Letter, 356(13) 1382-1384, 2007.
  179. Kagawa, N, Kuwayama, M, Nakata, K, Vajta, G, Silber, S, Manabe, N and Kato, O. Production of the first offspring from oocytes derived from fresh and cryopreserved pre-antral follicles of adult mice. Reprod Biomed Online 14(6), 693-699, 2007.
  180. Silber, SJ, DeRosa, M, Pineda, J, Lenahan, K, Grenia, D, Gorman, K and Gosden, RG. A series of monozygotic twins discordant for ovarian failure: ovary transplantation (cortical versus microvascular) and cryopreservation. Hum Reprod 23(7), 1531-1537, 2008.
  181. Silber SJ, Grudzinskas G and Gosden, RG. Successful pregnancy after microsurgical transplantation of an intact ovary. N Engl J Med 359(24); 2617-2618, 2008.
  182. Connolly, M, Pollard, M, Connolly, M, Hoorens, S, Kaplan, B and Oskowitz, S and Silber, S. Long-term economic benefits attributed to IVF conceived children: A lifetime tax calculation. Am J Managed Care 14(9) 598-604, 2008.
  183. Homburg, R, van der Veen, F, and Silber, SJ (2008) Oocyte vitrification – Women’s emancipation set in stone. Fertil Steril 91:4, Suppl, 1319-1320.
  184. Kagawa, N, Silber S, and Kuwayama, M. Successful vitrification method for bovine and human ovarian tissue. RBMOnline 18(4), 568-577, 2009.
  185. Van der Steeg JW, Steures P, Eijkemans MJC, Habbema, JDF, Hompes, PGA, Kremer, JAM, van der Leeuw-Harmsen, L, Bossuyt, PMM, Repping S, Silber SJ, Mol BWJ, van der Veen, F (2010) Role of semen analysis in subfertile couples. Fertil Steril (2011) 95(3) 1013-1019.
  186. Arav, A, Gavish, Z, Elami, A, Natan, Y, Revel, A, Silber, S, Gosden, RG, and Patrizio, P. Ovarian function 6 years after cryopreservation and transplantation of whole sheep ovaries. Reproductive Bio/Medicine Online 20:48-52, 2010.
  187. Lange, J, Skaletsky, H, van Daalen, SKM, Embry, SL, Korver, CM, Brown, LG, Oates, RD, Silber, S, Willard, HF, Repping, S, and Page, DC. Isochromosomes and sex disorders as byproducts of homologous recombination that maintains human Y-chromosomal palindromes. CELL 138:855-869, 2009.
  188. Boutelle A, Lenahan K, Bauman KL, Krisher R, Asa CS, Silber S. Vitrification of oocytes from endangered Mexican gray wolves (canis lupus baileyi). Theriogenology 75 (2011) 647-654.
  189. Connolly M, Postma M and Silber S (2009) Abstract: What’s on the mind of IVF consumers? RB 2009/4461, Received June 14, 2009, Sent for refereeing June 15, 2009, on web June 15, 2009.
  190. Silber S, Kagawa N, Kuwayama M, and Gosden R. Duration of fertility after fresh and frozen ovary transplantation. Doi: 10.1016/j.fertnstert 2009.12.073.
  191. Silber S. 2010. “To transplant or not to transplant.” In Oncofertility: Reflections from the humanities and social sciences, eds. Teresa K. Woodruff, Laurie Zoth, Lisa Campo-Engelstein, and Sarah Rodriguez. New York: Springer Press.
  192. Silber S. 2010. “Judaism and Reproductive Technology.” In Oncofertility: Reflections from the humanities and social sciences, eds. Teresa K. Woodruff, Laurie Zoth, Lisa Campo-Engelstein, and Sarah Rodriguez. New York: Springer Press.
  193. Zhang J., Chang L., Sone, Y. and Silber S. Minimal ovarian stimulation (mini-IVF) for IVF utilizing vitrification and cryopreserved embryo transfer. Reproductive Biomedicine Online (2010) 21, 485-495.
  194. Osada H., Silber S.J., Kakinuma K., Magasojo M., Kato K., Kato O. A surgical procedure to conserve the uterus for future pregnancy in patients suffering from massive adenomyosis. RBMOnline (2011) 22, 94-99.
  195. Silber SJ. Chapter entitled “Sperm retrieval for azoospermia and intracytoplasmic sperm injection success rates – A personal review” for Human Fertility (journal of the British Andrology Society) (ed. Sheena Lewis). Hum Fert (2010) 13(4):247-256.
  196. Silber SJ. Chapter entitled “Ovary transplantation: fresh and frozen” for Current Opinion in Obstetrics & Gynecology (eds. Drs. Pratibha and Sinha). Submitted April 2010.
  197. Silber SJ. Chapter entitled “Fresh ovarian tissue and whole ovary transplantation” for Fertility Preservation: Advances and Controversies (eds. Drs. Botros Rizk and Mohamed Bedaiwy). Submitted May 2010.
  198. Donnez J, Silber S, Anderen CY, Demeestere I, Piver P, Meirow D, Pellicer A and Dolmans MM. Children born after autotransplantation of cryopreserved tissue. A review of 13 live births. Annals of Medicine, 2011; Early Online, 1-14.
  199. Silber S. Chapter entitled “Ovary transplantation for fertility preservation in cancer patients: Fresh and frozen” and “Judaism, Christianity and Islam for Infertility and In Vitro Fertilization (eds. Drs. Botros Rizk and Hassan Sallam), 2012, Chapters 42 and 43, (2012), pp 361-376, Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers, London.
  200. Silber SJ. Human male infertility, the Y chromosome, and dinosaur extinction. Middle East Fertility Society Journal, Opinion Article Online (2011) 16, 114-120.
  201. Silber S. Editorial: Ovarian transplantation – our experience and vision. IVF News Direct 3(2) April-June 2011.
  202. Silber S. Chapter entitled “Pregnancy after ovarian transplantation” for Pregnancy after Assisted Reproductive Technology (eds. Eric R.M. Jauniaux and Botros R.M. B. Rizk, Cambridge University Press, New York), 2012, pp. 137-148.
  203. Silber SJ. Chapter entitled “Fresh ovarian tissue and whole ovary transplantation for Seminars in Reproduction (ed. Patrizio), Thieme Medical Publishers (2009).
  204. Silber SJ, Geisler JH, Bolorsetseg M (2011) Unexpected resilience of species with temperature-dependent sex determination the Cretaceous-Palaeogene boundary. Biol Lett 7, 295-298.
  205. Silber, SJ (2011) Special Contribution – Y chromosome in the era of ICSI: A personal review. Fertil Steril 95(8), 2439-2448.
  206. Zhang, J and Silber S (2011) Letter: Reply: Low-intensity IVF: real progress? (2012) RBMO 24, 254.
  207. Silber, SJ. (2012) Chapter entitled: Y chromosome microdeletions and ART for Assisted Reproductive Techniques: Challenges and management options (Eds. Sharif and Coomarasamy), Blackwell Publishing. Published 3/12, pp. 376-379.
  208. Andersen, CY and Silber, SJ (2012) Long-term duration of function of ovarian tissue transplants; case reports. RBMOnline 25, 128-132.
  209. Sadri-Ardekani H, van Wely M, Silber SJ, Repping S, van der Veen, F (2012) Male reproductive capability after gonadotoxic treatment. A systematic review. Hum Reprod Submitted 1/12.
  210. Silber, SJ and Disteche, CM. Y chromosome infertility (October 2012) in: Gene Reviews at Gene Tests: Medical Genetics Information Resource [database online]. Copyright, University of Washington, Seattle, 1997-2010. pp 1-19 – Website: www.genetests.org.
  211. Silber, SJ and Barbey, N. (2012) Scientific molecular basis for treatment of reproductive failure in the human: An insight into the future. Biochimcia et Biophysica Acta 1822, pp. 1981-1996.
  212. Silber, SJ (2012) Ovary cryopreservation and transplantation for fertility preservation. Mol Hum Reprod 18(2), pp. 59-67.
  213. Silber SJ, Barbey N, Lenahan K, Silber D. (2013) Applying clinically proven human techniques for contraception and fertility to endangered species and zoo animals: a review. J Zoo Wildlife Med 44(4S): S111-S122.
  214. Silber, SJ (2013) Chapter entitled “Transplantation of ovarian tissue or immature oocytes to preserve and restore fertility in humans’ for Biology and Pathology of the Oocyte: Role in Fertility, Medicine and Nuclear Reprogramming (Eds. A. Trounson and R. Gosden), Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK.
  215. Stoop D, Cobo A, Silber SJ (2014) Fertility preservation for age-related fertility decline. The Lancet 384, 1311-1319.
  216. Van Wely M, Barbey N, Meissner A, Repping S, and Silber SJ (2015) Live birth rates after MESA or TESE in men with obstructive azoospermia: is there a difference? Hum Reprod Vol. 30, No. 4, pp. 1-6. Hum Reprod. Advance Access published March 3, 2015. Doi: 10.1093/humrep/dev032.
  217. Silber S, Pineda J, Lenahan K, DeRosa M, Melnick J (2015) Fresh and cryopreserved ovary transplantation and resting follicle recruitment. RBMOnline 30, 643-650.
  218. Silber S (2015) Unifying theory of adult resting follicle recruitment and fetal oocyte arrest. RBMOnline. 2015; Volume 31, Issue 4, pages 472-475.
  219. Silber S (2015). Ovarian tissue vitrification-Clinical realities and outcomes Vitrification in Assisted Reproduction, Second Edition (pp. 191-196): CRC Press.
  220. Silber S. Ovarian tissue cryopreservation and transplantation: scientific implications. J Assist Reprod Genet 2016;33:1595-603.
  221. Silber SJ, Kato K, Aoyama N, et al. Intrinsic fertility of human oocytes. Fertil Steril 2017;107:1232-7.
  222. Silber, SJ (2017) Chapter entitled “Human Ovarian Tissue Vitrification” for Cryopreservation of Mammalian Gametes and Embryos: Methods and Protocols, Methods in Molecular Biology, vol. 1568, Springer Science + Business Media LLC 2017
  223. Silber, SJ (2018) The Varicocele Argument. J. Assist Reprod Genet 2018;35:1079-82
  224. Silber, SJ (2018) Chapter entitled “Fertility Preservation for Medical Reasons”, Forty Years of IVF, Fertility and Sterility Vol. 110, No. 2
  225. Silber, SJ (2018) Chapter entitled “Cryopreservation of Sperm” Encyclopedia of Reproduction Vol. 5. Elseiver Inc. 2018
  226. Hermann B, Cheng K, Singh A et al. The Mammalian Spermatogenesis Single-Cell Transcriptome,, from Spermatogonial Stem Cells to Spermatids. Cell Reports 2018;25,1650-1667.
  227. Fan Y, Chang Y, et al. Apoptosis of mural granulosa cells is increased in women with diminished ovarian reserve. J Assist Reprod Genet 2019;36(6)125-35.
  228. Silber, SJ (2018), DeRosa M, Goldsmith S, Fan, Y, Castleman L, Melnick, J. Cryopreservation and transplantation of ovarian tissue: results from one center in the USA, J Assist Reprod Genet 2018;35(12)2205-2213.
  229. Pandolfi, C, Rojas, E, Sosa, E, Gell, J, Hunt, T, Silber, SJ, Fan, Y, Goldsmith, S, Clark, A. Generation of three human induced pluripotent stem cell sublines (MZT04D, MZT04J, MZT04C) for reproductive science research, Elseiver, 2019.
  230. Pandolfi, E, Sosa, E, Hunt T, Silber, SJ, Clark, A, Goldsmith, S, Hurlburt, K. Generation of six human induced pluripotent stem cell sublines (MZT01E, MZT01F, MZT01N and MZT02D, MZT02G and MZT02H) for reproductive science, Elseiver, 2021.
  231. Fan, Yuting (2021), Silber, S. Ovarian Tissue Cryopreservation and Autotransplantation, Fertility Preservation Textbook
  232. Silber, SJ, Goldsmith, S (2020) Chapter entitled “Y-Chromsome Microdeletions and ART”, Wiley Health Sciences 2020 (submitted 1/21)

Films

  1. Silber, SJ: Transurethral prostatectomy. Am Urol Assoc Med Film Lib, 1977; 1977 Am Urol Assoc Meeting; 1978 Am Urol Assoc Western Section Meeting.
  2. Silber, SJ: Microscopic technique for vasovasostomy. Am Urol Assoc Med Film Lib, 1976; 1976 Am Urol Assoc Meeting; 1977 Am Coll Surg Meeting; 1978 Am Fertil Soc Meeting; 1979 Prog Applied Research on Fertil, Brazil Meeting.
  3. Silber, SJ: Microscopic vasovasostomy: Update on technique, 1980.
  4. Silber, SJ: Techniques of microvascular anastomosis in testicular auto-transplantation and revascularization. Spectacular Problems in Surgery Symposium, 1977 Am Coll Surg Meeting.
  5. Silber, SJ: Human testicular transplantation between identical twins. 1978 Am Urol Assoc Meeting; 1978 Am Fertil Soc Meeting; 1981 Microsurgery in Urology, Padua, Italy; 1981 Am Coll Surg Meeting, Manitoba Chapter.
  6. Silber, SJ: Microsurgical reversal of tubal sterilization: Tubocornual anastomosis. 1978 Am Coll Surg Meeting.
  7. Silber, SJ: Microscopic vasoepididymostomy. 1979 Prog Applied Research on Fertil, Brazil Meeting; 1980 Am Fertil Soc Meeting, 1980 Am Urol Assoc Meeting, 1980 Am Coll Surg Meeting; 1981 Controversies in Clinical Urology, Cleveland Clinic; 1981 Workshop in Fertil Surg, Cleveland, Ohio; 1981 Microsurgery in Urology, Padua, Italy; 1981 Am Coll Surg, Manitoba Chapter; 1982 Reconstructive Microsurgery, Presbyterian Hospital, Oklahoma City; 1982 Symp Microchirurgie de la Sterilite’, Brussels, Belgium; 1982 Congres de 10eme Anniversaire de Revue Contraception-Fertilite-Sexualite, Paris, France.
  8. Silber, SJ: Sperm movement. 1980 Am Fertil Soc Meeting, 1980 Am Urol Assoc Meeting.
  9. Silber, SJ: Laparoscopy for cryptorchidism. 1981 Am Coll Surg, Manitoba Chapter.
  10. Silber, SJ: Microvascular homotransplantation of human fallopian tube and ovary. 1984 Am Coll of Surg Meeting, San Francisco; 1985 Am Fertil Soc Annual Meeting, Chicago.
  11. Silber, SJ: Microsurgery for male sterility, 1985 Am Urol Assoc Meeting, Atlanta, GA; 1985 Am Fertil Soc Meeting, Chicago; Selection to Norwich Eaton Film Library, 1985; “Best Urological Film,” 1985 Am Fertil Soc Meeting; 1986 Annual Microsurgical Symposium, New Orleans, LA.
  12. Silber, SJ: Testicle autotransplantation for high cryptorchidism, 1985 Amer Urol Meeting, Atlanta, GA.
  13. Silber, SJ: Microsurgical correction of sterility caused by accidental ligation of vas during routine infant herniorraphy, 1986 Amer Urol Assoc, New York.
  14. Silber, SJ: Epididymal sperm aspiration and in vitro fertilization for obstructive azoospermia, 1990 Amer Fertil Soc Meeting.
  15. Silber, SJ: Microsurgical end-to-side vasoepididymostomy, 1990 Amer Fertil Soc Meeting.
  16. Silber, SJ: In vitro fertilization (IVF) and GIFT procedures for infertility, 1990.
  17. Silber, SJ: Microsurgical retrieval of epididymal sperm for IVF: Technical details, 1992 Amer Fertil Soc Meeting.
  18. Silber, SJ: Non-surgical transvaginal ultrasound-guided GIFT, 1992 Amer Fertil Soc Meeting.
  19. Silber, SJ, Van Steirteghem, AC, Devroey, P: TESE (Testicular Sperm Injection). Accepted for showing at the 1994 Amer Fertil Soc Meeting, San Antonio, Texas.
  20. Silber, SJ and Lenahan, K: Sertoli cell surgery: Spermatid retrieval in azoospermic patients with maturation arrest. 1995 Meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, Seattle, WA.
  21. Silber, SJ and Lenahan, K: Sertoli cell surgery: Spermatid retrieval and ICSI in azoospermic patients with maturation arrest. Accepted for showing at 1996Meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, Boston, MA.
  22. Silber, SJ: Microsurgical technique of sperm retrieval under local anesthesia. Accepted for showing at 1998 Meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, San Francisco, CA.
  23. Silber, SJ: Ovarian tissue preservation in cancer patients. Accepted for showing at 1998 Meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, San Francisco, CA.
  24. Silber, SJ, Lenahan, K, Hicks, J and Wilson, M: Sperm retrieval techniques. Winner of Best Video in Urology Category at 1999 Meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, Toronto, Canada.
  25. Silber, SJ, Lenahan, K and Hicks, J. Sperm distribution in the testes of azoospermic men. Selected for presentation at the 56th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, San Diego, CA, October 21-25, 2001.
  26. Transplantation of human ovary between identical twins. Submitted to 60th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Reproductive Medicine, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 2004. This movie has been proposed for award.
  27. Fish and Bear Behavior. Submitted to 60th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Reproductive Medicine, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 2004.
  28. An encounter with the Hadzi bushmen: The absence of infertility in hunter gatherer stone age societies (2006), ASRM.
  29. Reproduction and Behavior in Penguins, and How The Dinosaurs Became Extinct (2006), ASRM.
  30. Reproduction in exotic wild animals: Lessons for the infertile patient (2007). Submitted to ASRM.
  31. Reproduction and behavior in grizzly bears: The lonely male (2007), ASRM.
  32. Fish and Bear Reproductive Behavior (2005).
  33. Sexual Behavior in Grizzly Bears and Fish (2005).
  34. Absence of Infertility in Stone Age Hadzi Bushmen (2005).
  35. Summer in Antarctica (2006).
  36. Reproductive Behavior in Penguins (2006).
  37. Reproduction in African Wildlife (2007).
  38. Dr. Silber Explains Assisted Reproductive Technology (2007).
  39. Dr. Silber Explains “The Biological Clock” (2007).
  40. Osada Procedure for Massive Adenomyosis: Preserving Uterus (7/08).
  41. Transplantation of Human Ovary Between Identical Twins
  42. Grandkids in Alaska (2018)
  43. Alaska – Drone Footage (2018)
  44. Reflections on the Amazon (2018)
  45. Alaska with Aidel (2019)
  46. Adenomyosis; IVF Worldwide Webinar (July, 2020)
  47. Meditative Skiing As We Grow Older (2020)
  48. Alaska In Covid (2021)

TV Special Documentaries About Dr. Silber:

  1. Baby Lab 1 and 2 – Discovery Health (2004).
  2. Twins – Montel Williams Show (2004).
  3. A Child Against All Odds – BBC (2007).
  4. Gift of Life – BBC (2007).
  5. Menopause at 22 – Bonny’s Gift – Discovery Health (2007).
  6. Freezing Ovaries – Japanese Broadcasting Company (2007).
  7. Discovery Health – Miracle Babies (2008).
  8. Dr. Silber Perform IVF Live on Today Show, Part 1-5 (2013).
  9. KSDK- Ovarian Tissue Freezing for Cancer Patients (2018).
  10. Today Show- Megyn Kelly- Ovarian Tissue Transplant (2018).

Non-Scientific Publications:

  1. Silber, SJ: Parnassian psychiatry. Med Opin & Rev, 5:54, 1969.
  2. Silber, SJ: Review of poetry therapy. Med Opin & Rev, April, 1970, p. 44.
  3. Silber, SJ: Stillbirth, a poem. Med Opin & Rev, 7:77, 1971.
  4. Silber, SJ: Television, a poem. New Eng J Med, 286:846, 1972.
  5. Silber, SJ: Death’s other kingdom. Resident Staff Physician, January 1974, p. 87 (presented as first prize essay for Soc for Health and Human Values, Am Assoc Med Col, 1972 Meeting).
  6. Silber, SJ: Trying to fall asleep, a poem. JAMA, 231:290, 1975.

Guest Lectureships & Scientific Presentations:

  1. St. Louis Surgical Society: Microsurgery, November 2, 1976, St. Louis, Missouri.
  2. Program for Applied Research in Fertility Regulation (PARFR) 1977 meeting, December 3-6, 1977, San Francisco, California.
  3. First International Multi-Specialty Microsurgery Symposium, sponsored by Ethicon, December 16, 1977, New York City.
  4. Tenth Annual Matt Weiss Symposium, St. John’s Mercy Medical Center, May 11-12, 1978, St. Louis, MO
  5. Annual Distinguished Lectureship in Reproductive Medicine: Microsurgery of the Male and Female Reproductive Tracts, sponsored by the University of Texas Medical School at Houston, July 21, 1978, Houston, Texas.
  6. New York Academy of Medicine: Microsurgery in Urology, October 18, 1978, New York City.
  7. Microsurgery as Applied to Replantation, Plastic Surgery, Neurosurgery, Gynecology, and Urology, sponsored by University of Colorado, Colorado Hand Surgery Education and Research Foundation, February 9-12, 1979, Denver, Colorado.
  8. Microsurgery for the Urologist, sponsored by the University of Louisville, March 5-9, 1979, Louisville, Kentucky.
  9. International Symposium on Fertility/Sterility, Medical University of South Carolina, August 8-12, 1979, Charleston, South Carolina.
  10. International Fertility Research Program, Program for Applied Research on Fertility Regulation (PARFR); 1979 Meeting; December 8-9, 1979, Sao Paolo, Brazil.
  11. Microsurgery for the Urologist, sponsored by theUniversity of Louisville, October 6-10, 1980, Louisville, Kentucky.
  12. Progress in Reproductive Biology, sponsored by the University Louis Pasteur, October 24-25, 1980, Strasbourg, France.
  13. Controversies in Clinical Urology, sponsored by the Cleveland Clinic Educational Foundation, March 6, 1981, Cleveland, Ohio.
  14. Missouri State Medical Association 123rd Annual Session, April 10, 1981, St. Louis, Missouri.
  15. First Workshop in Fertility Surgery, sponsored by the Mount Sinai Medical Center, September 19, 1981, Cleveland, Ohio.
  16. Advances in Renal and Microvascular Surgery, sponsored by the American Urological Association, Cleveland Clinic, October 3, 1981, Cleveland, Ohio.
  17. Microsurgery in Urology, sponsored by the Italian Society of Microsurgery, 6th Congress, October 15-17, 1981, Padua, Italy.
  18. Visiting Professor, University of Manitoba, Department of Surgery, December 4, 1981, Winnipeg, Canada.
  19. American College of Surgeons, Manitoba Chapter, Annual Meeting, December 5, 1981, Winnipeg, Canada.
  20. American Fertility Society 1982 Annual Meeting, Round Table, March 20-24, 1982, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
  21. Reconstructive Microsurgery, Presbyterian Hospital, May 24-28, 1982, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
  22. Therapy in Andrology, University of Pisa, June 21-24, 1982, Pisa, Italy.
  23. Symposium Microchirurgie de la Sterilite’, November 8-9, 1982, Brussels, Belgium.
  24. Congres de 10eme Anniversaire de Revue Contraception- Fertilite-Sexualite, November 11-14, 1982, Paris, France.
  25. American Society of Andrology, Postgraduate Course, March 22, 1983, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
  26. First International Symposium on Reproductive Medicine, October 4-6, 1984, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
  27. New Technologies in Urology, sponsored by New York University, November 17, 1984, New York.
  28. Third International Congress of Andrology, April 29- May 2, 1985, Boston, Massachusetts.
  29. International Workshop on Male Contraception, Program for Applied Research on Fertility Regulation, (PARFR), May 28-31, 1985, Geneva, Switzerland.
  30. American Fertility Society, 41st Annual Meeting, September 28-October 2, 1985, Chicago, Illinois.
  31. Sixth Annual Microsurgery Symposium, sponsored by Southern Baptist Hospital, February 8-10, 1986, New Orleans, Louisiana.
  32. American Urological Association, 81st Annual Meeting, May 18-22, 1986, New York.
  33. American Fertility Society, 42nd Annual Meeting, September 28-October 2, 1986, Toronto, Canada.
  34. 5th Annual Scientific Meeting and Microsurgery Symposium, Australian Fertility Society, November 29- December 5, 1986, Adelaide, Australia.
  35. American Society of Andrology, Annual Meeting, March 4-9, 1987, Denver, Colorado.
  36. Australian Society for the Psychosomatic Aspects of Reproductive Medicine and the Biological Sciences
  37. Symposium of the Family Planning Federation of Australia, March 19-22, 1987, Launceston, Australia.
  38. American Fertility Society, Post Graduate Course, “Controversies in Reproductive Medicine”, May 7-9, 1987, Orlando, Florida.
  39. American Fertility Society, 43rd Annual Meeting, September 26-October 2, 1987, Reno, Nevada.
  40. Educational Confederation of St. Louis, 5th Annual Faculty Day, October 23, 1987.
  41. St. Luke’s Hospital, Department of Ob/Gyn, “Pelviscopic Surgery and Laser Endoscopy,” October 30-31, 1987.
  42. RESOLVE Symposium, “Infertility in the 80’s,” Resolve Chapter of Northeastern Wisconsin, November 7, 1987, Appleton, Wisconsin.
  43. American Association of Gynecological Endoscopists, 16th Annual Meeting, November 12-15, 1987, San Francisco, California.
  44. American Society of Andrology, Annual Meeting, March 26-29, 1988, Houston, Texas.
  45. Pacific Coast Fertility Society, Annual Meeting, April 13-17, 1988, Palm Springs, California.
  46. All Union Research Center, Medical Academy of U.S.S.R., Moscow, by invitation, June, 1988.
  47. “Having Babies in the 80’s,” St. Luke’s Hospital Institute for Health Education, October 5, 1988, St. Louis, Missouri.
  48. International Conference on Reproductive Endocrinology, October 25-29, 1988, Beijing, China.
  49. International Symposium on Gamete Physiology, sponsored by Serono, November 6-10, 1988, Newport Beach, California.
  50. Infertility Update V, Scripps Clinic and Research Foundation, November 12, 1988, LaJolla, California.
  51. American Fertility Society, 44th Annual Meeting, October 7-12, 1988, Atlanta, Georgia.
  52. In Vitro Fertilization and Embryo Transfer, VIth World Congress, April 2-7, 1989, Jerusalem, Israel.
  53. Pacific Coast Fertility Society, Annual Meeting, April 12-16, 1989, Palm Springs, California.
  54. American Society of Andrology, April 13-16, 1989, New Orleans, Louisiana.
  55. International Congress of Andrology, May 14-18, 1989, Florence, Italy.
  56. First International Conference on GIFT, June 8-10, 1989, Rapallo, Italy.
  57. American Fertility Society, 45th Annual Meeting, November 11-16, 1989, San Francisco, California.
  58. Association of Operating Room Nurses, March 13, 1990, St. Louis, Missouri.
  59. The Society of Reproductive Surgeons Post Graduate Course entitled “Diagnostic and Surgical Therapies in Male Reproduction: What’s Old and What’s New in Male Infertility and Impotency,” March 16-18, 1990, New York, New York.
  60. Technological Advances in Infertility Management Post Graduate Course, Harvard University, June 6-8, 1990, Boston, Massachusetts.
  61. First International Scientific Meeting of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, Singapore, September 20-23, 1990.
  62. American Fertility Society, 46th Annual Meeting, 23rd Post Graduate Program, October 15-18, 1990, Washington, D.C.
  63. Fourth Annual Symposium and Workshop on Operative Laparoscopy, Pelviscopic Surgery and Laser Endoscopy Advances, Complication and Controversies; The Laser Institute of St. Luke’s Hospital, St. Louis, MO, October 26-27, 1991.
  64. Assisted Reproductive Technologies International Symposium, NYU/IVF Australia, May 18, 1991, New York.
  65. British Association of Urological Surgeons Subcommittee on Post Graduate Education Meeting on Surgical Andrology, London, May 29-31, 1991.
  66. 7th World Congress In Vitro Fertilization and Assisted Procreation and 7th Annual Meeting of the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology, Paris, France, June 29-July 3, 1991.
  67. Northern California Association for Reproductive Biologists, San Francisco, California, August 8-9, 1991.
  68. American Fertility Society, 47th Annual Meeting – 24th Post Graduate Program, Orlando, Florida, October 19-24, 1991.
  69. Third International Annual Symposium on IVF and Assisted Reproductive Techniques, Buenos Aires, Argentina, June 10-12, 1992.
  70. American Fertility Society, 48th Annual Meeting – 25th Post Graduate Program, New Orleans, Louisiana, October 31-November 5, 1992.
  71. Symposium on Advanced Assisted Reproductive Techniques for the Infertile Male. Satellite Meeting of The Fertility Society of Australia, Adelaide, Australia, November 30-December 1, 1992.
  72. Eleventh Scientific Meeting of The Fertility Society of Australia, Adelaide, Australia, December 1-5, 1992.
  73. 18th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Andrology, Tampa, Florida, April 16-19, 1993.
  74. XIIth Meeting on Fertility and Sterility, Genoa, Italy, May 13-15, 1993.
  75. VIIIth World Congress on In Vitro Fertilization and Alternate Assisted Reproduction, Kyoto, Japan, September 12-15, 1993.
  76. RESOLVE – Central New Jersey Chapter, Newark, New Jersey, October 2-3, 1993. American Fertility Society, 49th Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada, October 9-14, 1993.
  77. RESOLVE – St. Louis Chapter, St. Louis, Missouri, October 21, 1993.
  78. 7th Annual Symposium and Workshop on Gynecologic Endoscopy, St. Luke’s Hospital, St. Louis, Missouri, October 22-23, 1993.
  79. St. Luke’s Hospital, Department of Surgery Conference, Chesterfield, Missouri, November 8, 1993.
  80. RESOLVE – South Texas Chapter. San Antonio, Texas, November 12-13, 1993.
  81. ESHRE Workshop on Regulation of Fertility, Jerusalem, Israel, April 17-20, 1994.
  82. Ares Serono Symposia: Male Factor in Human Infertility, Paris, France, April 20-23, 1994.
  83. Xth Annual Meeting of European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology, Brussels, Belgium, June 25 – 30, 1994.
  84. ICSI Symposium and Fertility Society of Australia Annual Meeting, Brisbane, Australia, September 30 – October 4, 1994.
  85. ESHRE Workshop, Brussels, Belgium, October 20, 1994.
  86. American Fertility Society, 50th Annual Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, November 5 – 10, 1994.
  87. Symposium: Epididymis: Role and Importance in Male Infertility Treatment, Deauville, France, December 2, 1994.
  88. IXth World Congress on IVF and ART, Vienna, Austria, April 3 – 7, 1995.
  89. XIth Annual Meeting of European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology, Hamburg, Germany, June 28 – July 1, 1995.
  90. IXth World Congress on IVF and ART, Vienna, Austria, April 2 – 7, 1995.
  91. American Society for Reproductive Medicine (formerly American Fertility Society), 51st Annual Meeting, Seattle, Washington, October 7 – 12, 1995.
  92. 1996 Seminar on Male Factor Infertility and Preimplantation Diagnosis, Seoul, Korea, March 8 – 12, 1996.
  93. Symposium on Jewish Medical Ethics, Jewish Hospital, St. Louis, MO, March 24, 1996.
  94. Assisted Reproduction: State-of-the-Art Then and Now. Chicago, Illinois, May 3-4, 1996.
  95. IXth World Congress on Human Reproduction. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May 28 – June 1, 996.
  96. Annual Meeting of the Fertility Society of Australia, Queensland, New Zealand, September 4-11, 1996.
  97. International Symposium on ICSI, Thessaloniki, Greece, September 18-22, 1996.
  98. 52nd Annual Meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, Boston, Massachusetts, November 2-7, 1996.
  99. 3rd Annual Scientific Meeting of the Middle East Fertility Society, Manama, Bahrain, November 25-30, 1996.
  100. International Congress on Azoospermia, Rome, Italy, January 24-25, 1997.
  101. Workshop on ICSI and Azoospermia, Rome, Italy, April 25 – 26, 1997.
  102. 10th World Congress on Assisted Reproductive Techniques and In Vitro Fertilization, Vancouver, British Columbia, May 24 – 28, 1997.
  103. ESHRE Annual Meeting, Edinburgh, Scotland, June 22 – 25, 1997.
  104. 53rd Annual Meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, Cincinnati, Ohio, October 18 – 23, 1997.
  105. Conference on Treatment of Infertility: The New Frontiers, Boca Raton, Florida, January 22 – 24, 1998.
  106. Serono Symposia: Male Sterility for Motility Disorders, Paris, France, January 30 – 31, 1998.
  107. St. Louis Science Center Lecture, St. Louis, Missouri, April 5, 1998.
  108. Serono Symposia: Pioneers of Ideas and Ideas of Pioneers, Buenos Aires, Argentina, April 21 – 24, 1998.
  109. Pacific Coast Fertility Society Annual Meeting, Indian Wells, California, April 24 – 26, 1998.
  110. Annual Meeting of American Association of Bioanalysts, Wichita, KS, June 27, 1998.
  111. ESHRE Campus Symposium, Tel Aviv, Israel, September 9 – 10, 1998.
  112. Egyptian Fertility and Sterility Society, Cairo, Egypt, September 22 – 26, 1998.
  113. ESHRE Annual Meeting, Goteborg, Sweden, June 21 – 24, 19″Use of Spermatids” Workshop, London, England, September 26, 1999.
  114. 54th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine and also 16th World Congress on Fertility and Sterility, San Francisco, California, October 3 – 8, 1998.
  115. American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, Portland, Oregon, October 16 – 18, 1998.
  116. 1st Symposium on Male Reproduction and Andrology, Tel Aviv, Israel, January 27 – February 7, 1999.
  117. Frontiers in Reproductive Endocrinology Update, Washington, D.C., March 18 – 21, 1999.
  118. Serono Testis Workshop, Louisville, Kentucky, April 7 – 10, 1999.
  119. American Society of Andrology, Louisville, Kentucky, April 11 – 13, 1999.
  120. 11th World Congress on IVF and Human Reproductive Genetics, Sydney, Australia, April 25 – May 15, 1999.
  121. American Association of Bioanalysts Meeting, San Diego, California, May 21 – 22, 1999.
  122. ESHRE Annual Meeting, Tours, France, June 26 – July 1, 1999.
  123. 55th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, Toronto, Canada, September 25-29, 1999.
  124. Jewish Book Festival, St. Louis, MO, November 14, 1999.
  125. International Serono Symposium on ART and the Human Blastocyst, Dana Point, CA, March 30 – April 2, 2000.
  126. International Congress on Reproductive Medicine, Ob/Gyn: Challenges in the 3rd Millenium, Tel Aviv, Israel, April 11-14, 2000.
  127. Third Asian/Oceanic Andrology Congress, Makuhari, Japan, May 24-27, 2000.
  128. Serono Third International Symposium in Pre-implantation Genetic Diagnosis, Bologna, Italy, June 22-23, 2000.
  129. ESHRE 2000 Annual Meeting, Bologna, Italy, June 20-27, 2000.
  130. Sixth Annual Conference on Reproductive Medicine in the New Millenium, Cairo, Egypt, September 21-22, 2000.
  131. 56th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, and Post-Graduate Course on “ART in the New Millenium: Challenges and Controversies in Science and Practice,” San Diego, CA, October 21-25, 2000.
  132. 2nd International Symposium on Reproduction and Andrology, Tel Aviv, Israel, January 9 – 21, 2001.
  133. International Meeting on Assisted Reproduction, Sao Paulo, Brazil, May 16 – 30, 2001.
  134. ESHRE 2001 Annual Meeting, Lausanne, Switzerland, June 28 – July 6, 2001.
  135. 57th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, Orlando, FL, October 19 – 25, 2001.
  136. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, December 16 – 19, 2001.
  137. Reproductive Biology Associates, Atlanta, GA, December 19 – 21, 2001.
  138. Presentation for New York University Medical Center, Division of Reproductive Endocrinology on “Transmission of male infertility to future generations: Lessons from the Y chromosome.” New York, NY – February 5, 2002.
  139. The Jones Institute for Reproductive Medicine, Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, VA – Research Meeting with Professors Malcom Faddy and Roger Gosden, February 10 – 13, 2002.
  140. 12th World Congress on IVF and Molecular Reproduction, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Presented lectures on “Evolution of the X and Y chromosomes and their relationship to male infertility” and “Genetics of embryos derived from the sperm of men with non-obstructive azoospermia.” March 16 – 19, 2002.
  141. Serono Symposium – ICSI: 10 Years After First Birth. Presented lecture on “Predictive value for finding sperm.” Brussels, Belgium, April 10 – 14, 2002.
  142. 4th International Symposium on Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis. Presented lecture on “Transmission of male infertility to future generations: Lessons from the Y chromosome.” Cyprus, April 10 – 13, 2002.
  143. Serono Symposium – Biotechnology of Human Reproduction: From Research to Clinical Application. Presented lecture on “Cryopreservation and transplantation of human testicular biopsies.” Torino, Italy, May 10 – 11, 2002.
  144. American Urological Association Annual Meeting, Society for the Study of Male Reproduction. Panel member for Panel Discussion on “Management issues in male infertility assessment and treatment.” Orlando, FL, May 25 – 28, 2002.
  145. Lecture at St. Barnabas Hospital on “Testicular and ovarian tissue and germ cell freezing and transplantation.” West Orange, NJ – May 31, 2002.
  146. Lecture for New York University Program for IVF on “Evolution of the sex chromosomes and the extinction of the dinosaurs.” Weehawken, New Jersey – June 4, 2002.
  147. PhD Thesis Defense Committee of Jan DeVries, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands, June 24 – 28, 2002.
  148. ESHRE 2002 Annual Meeting. Presented lecture on “Chromosomal abnormalities in embryos derived from TESE.” Vienna, Austria, June 28 – July 4, 2002.
  149. 35th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine. Instructor in SART Postgraduate Program on topic of “IVF and genetics: The abyss – optimizing ART.” Seattle, WA, October 10-17, 2002.
  150. St. Barnabas Hospital. Lecture on “Evolution of sex chromosomes and the extinction of the dinosaurs.” West Orange, NJ – November 1-2, 2002.
  151. Valley Hospital Center for IVF, Satellite of New York University IVF Program. Lecture on “Evolution of X and Y chromosomes and the extinction of the dinosaurs.” Paramus, NJ – November 6, 2002.
  152. New York Society for Reproductive Medicine (Dr. Fred Licciardi). Lecture on “Latest findings and controversial findings in male infertility. New York, NY – December 4, 2002.
  153. New York University Medical Center Program for IVF. Lecture for “Ob/Gyn Grand Rounds” on “Treatment of male infertility and the human genome project.” New York, NY – February 5, 2003.
  154. Columbia University, Fellows Forum at the Center for Women’s Reproductive Care.” Lecture on “Diagnosis and treatment of male infertility.” New York, NY – February 5, 2003.
  155. Thirty-Third Annual Conference of ISFAHSIM (The International Society for Advancement of Humanistic Studies in Medicine. Steamboat Springs, CO – March 16 – 18, 2003.
  156. Annual Meeting of the American Society of Andrology, Phoenix, AZ, March 26 – April 2, 2003.
  157. ESHRE 2003 Annual Meeting in Madrid, Spain – June 29 – July 2, 2003.
  158. Serono Symposium of Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis, Santa Barbara, CA, July 12-13, 2003.
  159. International European Academy of Andrology Symposium, Florence, Italy, October 2-4, 2003.
  160. XIth Reinier de Graaf Symposium, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, October 7-11, 2003.
  161. Defense of Doctorate Thesis of Sjoerd Repping, Academic Medical Center University of Amsterdam, October 7-11, 2003.
  162. 59th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, San Antonio, Texas, October 11-15, 2003.
  163. 5th International Congress of A-PART (Association of Private Assisted Reproductive Technology), Tokyo, Japan, October 22-26, 2003.
  164. International Congress on Update on Infertility, Mumbai, India, November 10-21, 2003.
  165. The Henry O. Rappold Symposium – A Look Into The Future…New Advances in the Practice of Obstetrics and Gynecology at St. Luke’s Hospital, St. Louis, MO – February 27-28, 2004.
  166. CEGYR 5th Magisterial Tribune: Andrology and the Andrologist in the post-Assisted Reproduction Technology Era. Clinical, Genetic and Molecular Aspects – April 14 – 16, 2004 – Buenos Aires, Argentina.
  167. Grand Rounds at New York University Medical Center, Ob/Gyn Department held in New York City – May 5, 2004.
  168. ESHRE 2004 Annual Meeting in Berlin, Germany – June 25 – July 2, 2004.
  169. Reproductive Health Conference in the 21st Century at Radcliffe Institute at Harvard University held in Cambridge, MA – October 14 – 16, 2004.
  170. 2004 Annual Meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine held in Philadelphia, PA – October 16 – 20, 2004.
  171. St. Louis Science Center Lecture on Reproductive Options in the Real World held in St. Louis, MO – November 11, 2004.
  172. Tulsa Zoo Lecture in Tulsa, OK – March 25 – 27, 2005.
  173. 6th International Symposium on Preimplantation Genetics held in London, England – May 17 – 21, 2005.
  174. 13th World Congress of IVF, Assisted Reproduction and Genetics, Istanbul, Turkey / May 25 29, 2005.
  175. ESHRE 2005 Annual Meeting held in Copenhagen, Denmark – June 11 – 28, 2005.
  176. 2005 Annual Meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, Montreal, Canada / October 15 – 19, 2005.
  177. Michigan Society of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertilty, Detroit, MI – November 17 – 18, 2005.
  178. 12th Annual Meeting of The Middle East Fertility Society, ART from Evolution to Revolution, Luxor, Egypt – November 23 – 26, 2005.
  179. The First Seven Days Symposium – From Gametes to Blastocyst and Stem Cell, Tampa, FL – April 25 – 28, 2006.
  180. ESHRE 2006 Annual Meeting held in Prague, Czech Republic – June 16 – 22, 2006.
  181. Serono Symposia Intl Foundation Conference on: Reproduction and Malignant Disease, Barcelona, Spain / September 14 – 17, 2006
  182. 11th Annual Meeting of the Egyptian Fertility and Sterility Society, Cairo, Egypt / September 5 – 10, 2006.
  183. Reproduction & Malignant Diseases, Serono International Symposia, Barcelona, Spain / September 14 – 17, 2006.
  184. 2006 Annual Meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, New Orleans, LA / October 20 25, 2006.
  185. AAGL 35th Annual Meeting – Global Congress of Minimally Invasive Gynecology (Keynote Speaker), Las Vegas, Nevada / November 6 – 9, 2006.
  186. Lecture on Ovarian transplantation and cryopreservation presented at 3rd Biennial Review of Preimplantation Embryology, Puerto Rico / January 3 – 7, 2007.
  187. 2nd International Symposium on Stem Cells, Guadalajara, Mexico / February 8 – 11, 2007.
  188. Invited surgeon for vasectomy reversal on rare and endangered species, Przewalski stallion, at National Zoo in Washington DC / March 21 – 23, 2007.
  189. Lecture at International Symposium on Cancer & Reproduction, Valencia, Spain / March 23 – 28, 2007.
  190. Lecture at Annual Meeting of Jordanian Society for Fertility and Genetics, Amman, Jordan / April 3 – 9, 2007.
  191. Invited surgeon for open-ended vasectomy on gorilla at Pittsburgh Zoo, Pittsburgh, PA / June 9 – 10, 2007.
  192. Sex education talks at MICDS secondary school in St. Louis, MO / 1982 to Present.
  193. ESHRE 2007 Annual Meeting held in Lyon, France. Presented paper on “Eleven cases of ovarian transplantation in humans: Cortical grafting versus intact ovary transplantation using microvascular anastomosis” June 30 – July 5, 2007.
  194. Lecture at 14th World Congress on In Vitro Fertilization and 3rd World Congress on In Vitro Maturation, Montreal, Canada / September 15-19, 2007.
  195. Lecture at Biosymposia Inc. Meeting on Oocytes, ovary and transplantation: New discoveries applied to fertility preservation, Boston, MA / September 27-29, 2007.
  196. Invited surgeon for second part of vasectomy reversal on rare and endangered species, Przewalski stallion, at National Zoo in Washington DC / October 11-12, 2007.
  197. 63rd Annual Meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, Washington DC / October 13-17, 2007.
  198. 5th Russian Congress of Infertility and Assisted Reproductive Technologies, Moscow, Russia / May 13-16, 2008.
  199. Meeting of the National Congress of Turkish Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Antalya, Turkey / May 16-19, 2008.
  200. ESHRE 2008 in Barcelona, Spain. Presented paper on “Successful vitrification method for ovarian tissue: cortical transplantation, July 5-10, 2008.
  201. 11th International Fragile X Conference, St. Louis, MO. Presented lecture entitled “Premature ovarian failure (POF) and preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD),” July 24, 2008.
  202. The Professional Organization of Metro St. Louis Area Sonographers, St. Louis, MO. Presented lecture entitled “Beating our biological clock with ultrasound and egg freezing” – July 31, 2008.
  203. 25 Years of IVF at UZ Brussel, Brussels, Belgium – Invited Speaker re “Testicular sperm extraction” – Brussels, Belgium – September 2008.
  204. Keynote speaker at Oncofertility Consortium Conference 2008 in Chicago, IL re “Freezing and transplantation of ovarian tissue” – September 2008.
  205. 13th Annual Conference of the Egyptian Fertility and Sterility Society – Reproductive Health: Lessons from the Past and Hopes for the Future. Presented lectures on “Update on TESE for non-obstructive azoospermia” and “Ovarian reserve and preservation of fertility” – Cairo, Egypt – October 2008.
  206. American College of Osteopathic Obstetricians and Gynecologists 2008 Fall Conference. Presented keynote address on “Ovarian transplantation” – Las Vegas, NV – October 2008.
  207. 64th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine. Received “prize paper” award for lecture on Successful Pregnancy after Whole Ovary Microvascular Transplantation” – San Francisco, CA – November 2008.
  208. Challenges in Testicular Pathology Meeting, Academic Medical Center at University of Amsterdam. Presented lecture on “TESE and Beyond,” – Amsterdam, The Netherlands – January 2009.
  209. “Infertility for Dummies” Morning Conference Lecture at Washington University in St. Louis, MO, March 13, 2009.
  210. ISIVF 2009 Congress. Lecture on “Fresh and Frozen Ovary Transplantation – Geneva, Switzerland – April 2009.
  211. ESHRE 2009 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Guest Lecture on “Ovarian transplantation: two new techniques give greatly improved results in this delicate operation” – June 26 – July 1, 2009.
  212. 2009 Annual Meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine. Video Lecture on “Auto-transplantation of thawed ovarian tissue, frozen 10 years earlier in a young cancer patient” – Atlanta, Georgia – October 2009.
  213. British Andrology Society Meeting. Lecture on “Sperm Surgery – the Best Ways of Retrieving Sperm” – Belfast, Northern Ireland – November 2009.
  214. 2009 Meeting of the Japan Society for Reproductive Medicine – Lecture on “Fresh and Frozen Ovary Transplantation” – Kanazawa, Japan – November 2009.
  215. 2009 Meeting of the World Congress on Fertility Preservation – Lecture on “Transplantation of fresh ovarian tissue: cortical grafts versus whole ovary? – Brussels, Belgium – December 2009.
  216. The Oncofertility Consortium at Northwestern University, Virtual Grand Rounds – Lecture on “Ovarian tissue transplant in female cancer patients – Update 2010” – Chicago, IL, USA April 2010.
  217. The Future of Reproductive Medicine Conference – Lecture on “Autotransplantation of fresh human ovarian tissue” – Siracusa, Italy, May 2010.
  218. Royal Society of Medicine Medical Innovations Summit – Lecture on “The world’s first ovary transplant” – London, England, July 2010.
  219. Third World Congress on Mild Approaches in Assisted Reproduction (ISMAAR) – Lectures on “Natural/modified natural cycle IVF,” “Fertility preservation for cancer patient” and “Clinical results of mild stimulation using clomiphene citrate” – Tokyo, Japan, August 2010.
  220. 17th Annual Meeting of the Middle East Fertility Society – Lectures on “Striking new updates on male infertility” and “Fresh and frozen ovary transplantation for cancer patients, and to extend the reproductive lifespan” – Damascus, Syria, October 2010.
  221. 2010 Annual Meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine. Video Lectures on “Successful ovary transplantation in genetically non-identical sisters requiring immunosuppression” and “A surgical procedure to conserve the uterus for future pregnancy in patients suffering from massive adenomyosis.” Also oral lecture on “Ovary transplantation results: fresh vs frozen” – Denver, CO, October 2010.
  222. MD Anderson Grand Rounds – Lecture on “Preservation of fertility in cancer patients of reproductive age” – Houston, TX, February 2011.
  223. First International Symposium of Vitrification – Lecture on “Successful clinical application of ovarian tissue vitrification” – Nuevo Vallarta, Mexico, March 2011.
  224. 2011 Annual Meeting of the American Urological Association – Lecture on “Vasectomy Reversal: Tricks of the Trade” – Washington DC, May 2011.
  225. Thirty Years of Advances in Reproductive Endocrinology and ART: A Celebratory Congress – Lectures on “New progress in MESA and TESE for azoospermia,” and “Premature ovarian failure and ovarian tissue transplantation” – Montreal, Canada, May 2011.
  226. ISIVF 16th World Congress on In Vitro Fertilization – Lectures on “Ovary transplant: Ovary allotransplantation between non-homozygous sisters: Success and failure, an immunologic puzzle,” “Preservation of Fertility,” and “Male Infertility” – Tokyo, Japan, September 2011.
  227. Valedictory of Professor Paul Devroey – Lecture on “Ovarian transplantation,” – Brussels, Belgium, October 2011.
  228. American Society for Reproductive Medicine – Presentation of following videos: “Cryopreservation of ovarian tissue by vitrification” and “What do patients think about fertility preservation?” – Orlando, FL, October 2011.
  229. 26th Reed M. Nesbit Urologic Society and Visiting Professor Meeting – Lecture on “The Y chromosome, male infertility and the extinction of the dinosaurs,” – Ann Arbor, MI – October 2011.
  230. Barcelona Ovarian Club Meeting – Lecture on “Fresh and frozen ovary transplants: A robust technique” and Debate “Strategy for fertility preservation in young women – Barcelona, Spain – November 2011.
  231. 14th World Congress on Human Reproduction and 2011 Fertility Society of Australia Annual Conference – Lectures on “The future of heterologous uterine and ovarian transplantation” and “Preservation of fertility for cancer patients and extension of the reproductive lifespan of women”– Melbourne, Australia – November 2011.
  232. ISFP 2nd World Congress on Fertility Preservation – Video presentation on “Ovarian tissue banking” – Miami, FL – December 2011.
  233. 6th Affiliated Hospital in Guangzhou, China – Performance of ovary transplant in theater – Guangzhou, China – February 2012.
  234. Pacific Coast Reproductive Society – Lecture on “Ovary freezing and transplantation for cancer patients” – Rancho Mirage – April 2012.
  235. Friends of Israel Urological (FOIU) Symposium – Lectures on “Preservation of fertility in cancer patients,” “Sperm retrieval and ICSI for azoospermia,” and “Testosterone replacement in the fertile male,” – Tel Aviv, Israel – July 2012.
  236. Fertility Control in Wildlife and Wild Horse Symposium – Lecture on “Applying human clinically proven techniques for contraception and fertility to endangered zoo species,” – Jackson Hole, WY – August 2012.
  237. Fertility Preservation – From endometriosis to ovarian transplantation – Lecture on “In vivo post-grafting recovery of folliculogenesis and ovulation: the role of pressure” – Brussels, Belgium, September 2012.
  238. 2nd Annual Zoobiquity Conference – Lecture on “Infertility in an endangered panda, an older cheetah and an obese elephant with human comparisons,” – Los Angeles, CA – September 2012.
  239. Annual American Society of Reproductive Medicine – Lecture on prize paper “Preservation of Fertility,” – San Diego, CA – October 2012.
  240. Ovarian Club II – The fertilization process of the oocyte and embryo development in relation to various clinical conditions – Lectures on “Vitrification as applied embryos and ovaries,” and “The impact of Y chromosome like regions of the X chromosome (palindromes and amplicons) on ovarian reserve – Prague, Czech Republic – November 2012.
  241. The Argentinian Society for Reproductive Medicine – Lectures on “Cryo and ovarian transplantation in oncology patients,” “ICSI with MESA or TESE in azoospermic patients,” and “Male infertility and the extinction of the dinosaurs,” – Buenos Aires, Argentina – November 2012.
  242. International Conference on Preservation of Fertility in Cancer Patients 2013 – Lectures on “Results in ovarian preservation,” and “Ovarian transplantation in fertility restoration,” Hong Kong, China – February 2013.
  243. Tulsa Zoo & Living Museum – Performance of vasectomy reversals on zoo chimpanzees – Tulsa, OK – February 2013.
  244. The Third International Congress on Controversies in Cryopreservation of Stem Cells, Reproductive Cells, Tissue and Organs (CRYO) – Lecture on “Fresh and frozen ovary transplant results” – Berlin, Germany – March 2013.
  245. Annual Pacific Coast Reproductive Society – Lecture on “Oogenesis: What controls the rate of follicle recruitment?” – Indian Wells, CA – April 2013.
  246. New England Fertility Society 2013 Annual Meeting – Lecture on “Ovarian tissue harvesting and transplantation,” – Boston, MA – April 2013.
  247. Out of Africa Wildlife Park – Performance of vasectomy on their zebra by the name of “Diligence,” – Campe Verde (Phoenix), AZ – May 2013.
  248. World Congress on Building Consensus Out of Controversies in Gynecology, Infertility and Perinatology (BCGIP-cogi) – Lectures on “IM vs vaginal progesterone for luteal support,” “Extending the life of older menopausal mice by transplanting ovaries from younger mice; The role of ovary tissue freezing with later transplantation back to avoid menopause,” “Set the Stage: Should fertility preservation be offered for social reasons,” and Debate: “Should embryo transfer always be performed under ultrasound guidance?” – Istanbul, Turkey – June 2013.
  249. Midwest Reproductive Symposium (MRS) – Lecture on “Ovary transplant – To expand the reproductive lifespan of women” – Chicago, IL – June 2013.
  250. Annual Meeting of the Society for Cryobiology (CRYO) – Lecture on “Fresh and frozen ovary transplants: over 7 years of ovarian function with 14 babies from 12 transplants, a robust technique” – Rockville, MD – July 2013.
  251. Annual Meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) – Chair of interactive session on “Biology of Male Germ Differentiation,” and presentation of abstracts entitled “Use of a novel minimal stimulation in vitro fertilization protocol for low ovarian reserve and for older women” and “Mechanisms Controlling Resting Ovarian Follicle Recruitment from Post-Operative Follow-Up of Ovarian Transplants,” – Boston, MA – October 2013.
  252. 3rd World Congress International Society for Fertility Preservation (ISFP) – Participant at Workshop entitled “Ovarian tissue vitrification and slow freezing” and lecture on “In vivo post-grafting recovery of folliculogenesis and ovulation” – Valencia, Spain – November 2013.
  253. Ovarian Club III – The inverse pyramid regulating follicle number and oocyte quality – Lectures on “Obtaining good eggs for IVF from older women, and women with low ovarian reserve” and “The mechanism of resting follicle recruitment related to ovarian cortical stroma density” as well as chairing session on “Pathways influencing growth of dormant follicles” – Paris, France – November 2013.
  254. Norwalk Veterinary Hospital for performance of vasectomy reversal on rare Mexican wolf – Norwalk, CT – January 2014.
  255. The Jakarta International Meeting O & G Meeting – Lectures on “What does the Y chromosome have to do with oogenesis,” The outcome of ovarian transplantation in the world,” “Female fertility preservation,” “What does the Y chromosome have to do with oogenesis,” “Non-obstructive azoospermia; Current perspective and management; Vasoepididymostomy and vasovasostomy Interactive video presentation” and “Sperm retrieval techniques” interactive video presentation – Jakarta, Indonesia – January 2014.
  256. Qatar International Male Infertility Conference (QIMI) – Lectures on “Stem cells and other techniques for the management of male infertility,” “Vasoepididymostomy,” and “TESE for juvenile boys with cancer to preserve fertility later” – Doha, Qatar – February 2014.
  257. Ovarian Club IV – Blastocysts Development and the Process of Implantation – Invited Speaker re “Cryopreservation of ovarian tissue (video);” “The effect of strong vs mild stimulation on implantation and pregnancy rates,” and “Blastocysts that came from better quality day 3 embryos give higher pregnancy rates than blastocysts that derived from poor quality day 3 embryos” – Paris, France – November 12-17, 2014.
  258. Ovarian Club V – Preparing the Ovary for Egg Collection: integrating Science into Practice – Invited Speakers re “Oocyte arrest in fetus and resting follicles in the adult: a unified mechanism” and “Natural cycles IVF and mild simulation in preparing the ovaries” – Hong Kong – January 29-February 1st, 2015.
  259. San Antonio Cellular Therapeutics Institute Meeting – Lecture on “Mechanisms of Follicle Recruitment and Oocyte Arrest as Seen in Ovarian Tissue Transplants” – San Antonio, Texas – March 2, 2015.
  260. Midwest Reproductive Symposium International- Lecture on “Slow and Easy to Get a Good Egg” – Chicago, Illinois -June 12, 2015.
  261. Society for the Study of Reproduction (SSR) – Meeting Evolution of Sex – Lecture on “Effects of ovarian Hyperstimulation Versus ‘Mini-IVF’ on Reproductive Outcomes Following in Vitro Fertilization” – San Juan, Puerto Rico – June 18-22, 2015.
  262. 18th World Congress on In Vitro Fertilization – Lecture on “Ovarian Transplantation: When is Ovarian Transplantation Indicated?” Copenhagen, Denmark -September 28- 30 2015.
  263. Annual Meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) Lecture Video on “Vasectomy Reversal in Endangered Species- Example- Mexican Wolf. Baltimore, Maryland – October 17-21, 2015.
  264. The 4th World Congress of International Society for Fertility Preservation (ISFP) Workshop on “Ovarian tissue freezing: protocols, lab set-up, surgical approach. Lectures on “Fresh vs frozen ovary transplantation” and “Analyzing the results of ovarian tissue transplantation: a unifying mechanism for fetal oocyte arrest and for adult primordial follicle recruitment” November 12-15, 2015.
  265. 2nd Conference of Recent Advances in Ob/Gyn – Lectures on “ Ovarian transplant, history and progress” and “Ovarian transplant, the technique” March 17-24, 2016.
  266. Sun Yat-Sen Medical School – Lectures on “What’s new in fertility preservation, ovary freezing, and ovary transplantation” and “Experience and research about nature cycle and mini stimulation, from both clinical aspect and research aspect” and “Primordial resting follicle recruitment and ovarian reserve” and “How to improve the sperm retrieval rate of azoospermia patients?” and “The Y chromosome and male infertility in the era of ICSI. Sequencing of the Y” March 24-31, 2016.
  267. Ovarian Club VII – Chairperson for “Brave New World” and Lectures on “Epigenetics and Ovarian stimulation” and “Transplantation of ovaries and uterus” Hong Kong May 19-26, 2016.
  268. 32nd Annual Meeting of ESHRE – Lecture on “Microdissection Testicular Sperm Extraction (Micro TESE): Does it improve localization of sperm compared with conventional TESE in non-obstructive azoospermia?” Helsinki, Finland July 2-3, <2016.
  269. Society for the Study of Reproduction (SSR) – Poster Presentation on “Fresh and Cryopreserved Ovary Transplantation and Resting Follicle Recruitment” – San Diego, California July 16-19, 2016.
  270. 4th International Update Niuvida – Workshop on “Ovarian Tissue Transplant”, Lectures on “Mini IVF” and “Ovarian Freezing and Transplantation” and “Extinction of the Dinosaurs” and “Primordial Resting Follicle Recruitment and Ovarian Reserve” – Lima, Peru July 21-22, 2016.
  271. 931st Reed Nesbit Urologic Society- Lecture on “Making normal sperm (and oocytes) from skin cells” – Ann Arbor, Michigan – September 29-30 2016. Guest Lectureships: Ovarian Club VIII- Building a Bridge Between Science and Clinical Practice- Lecture on “Primordial follicle recruitment as determined by ovarian tissue transplant and IPS cells” -Paris, France November 4-6, 2016.
  272. ART World Congress- Chair on “Fertility Cryopreservation” and “Protocols for Preparation for Egg Collection” Lectures on “Oocyte versus ovarian tissue cryopreservation” and “Primordial Follicle Recruitment and Ovarian Reserve New York, New York, October 25-26, 2017.
  273. Annual Meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) – Lecture on “ Fertility Preservation” San Antonio, Texas October 27- November 1 2017.
  274. International Society for Fertility Preservation (ISFP) -Lecture and Chair on “Oocyte and embryo Freezing” Video Presentation on “Transplantation of ovarian tissue techniques” Lecture on “Fertility preservation results with vitrification of ovarian tissue” -Vienna, Austria November 16-19, 2017.
  275. Southwestern Gynecologic Assembly 2017- Lectures on “Intrinsic Fertility of the Human Oocyte Relating to Age” and “Major Update on the Very Robust Results with Frozen Ovary Tissue Transplantation for Cancer Patients – 92% Delivery Rate: How we do it.” – Dallas, Texas November 30-December 2, 2017.
  276. Ovarian Club XI – Lecture on “From primordial follicles to aged oocytes: How we can stimulate their development to embryos” Hong Kong, December 14-18 2017.
  277. Reproductive Medicine Research Center, Sixth Affiliation Hospital of Sun Yat-Sen University- Lecture and demonstration on “Adenomyosis Surgery” Guangzhou, Japan, January 15-21, 2018.
  278. Massachusetts Institute of Technology – Lecture on “Results with ovary transplant and what it means for the timing of germ cell specifically in the early embryo” Boston, Massachusetts, February 6-8, 2018.
  279. The International Society for Mild Approaches in Assisted Reproduction (ISMAAR) Annual Meeting- Lecture on “Natural IVF-across ages” London, April 11-16, 2018.
  280. American Urological Association (AUA) – Lecture on “making sperm and eggs from skin cells” San Francisco, California, May 18-21, 2018.
  281. International Summit on Assisted Reproduction and Genetics (SARG) – Lectures on “Ovary Tissue Freeze” and “primordial follicle recruitment and ovarian longevity” Tel Aviv, Israel, May 27-29, 2018.
  282. ART Asia World Conference – Lecture on “Results of ovary transplantation for fertility preservation and the role of tissue pressure in primordial follicle recruitment and ovarian longevity” Hangzhou, China June 14-18, 2018.
  283. Magee Women’s Research Institute- Lecture on “ovarian freezing and transplantation” Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, September 3-5, 2018.
  284. Nesbit Society Meeting- Lecture on “Making sperm from Skin Cells” Ann Arbor, Michigan, September 20-23, 2018.
  285. Annual Meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) – Lecture on Intrinsic Fertility of the human oocyte related to age gleaned from single embryo transfer natural cycle IVF” Denver, Colorado, October 5-10, 2018.
  286. Foundation for Reproductive Medicine Annual Conference (FRM) -Lecture on “Making sperm and Eggs from Skin Cells” New York, New York, November 17-19, 2018.
  287. Ovarian Club XII – Lecture on “The Aged Ovary, “Gamete and Embryo Freezing in Future Preservation Vs Ovarian Tissue Freezing” Hong Kong, December 15-16, 2018.
  288. Upper Egypt Assisted Reproductive (UEARS) 4th Meeting -Lecture on “Adenomyosis and infertility” “Uterine sparing surgery: A new hope for adenomyosis associated fertility” Primordial follicle recruitment and ovarian longevity” “Making sperm and eggs from skin cells”, Cairo, Egypt February 17-22, 2019.
  289. World Congress International Federation of Fertility Societies (IFFS) – Lecture on “Genetics of Male Infertility” “Global results with ovarian tissue transplantation” “Gamete and embryo freezing for fertility preservation versus ovarian tissue freezing”. Panelist for “Regulating Fertility Treatment amidst Differing Global Ethics” Shanghai, China April 2-15, 2019.
  290. Gordon Research Conference -Poster on “Ovary Transplantation, Primordial Follicle Recruitment and Ovarian Longevity” Hong Kong May 17-25, 2019.
  291. Women’s Health Innovations and Inventions Meeting (WHII)- Moderator “Advanced Laboratory Technologies in Fertility Preservation in Patients with Malignancies” Lecture on “Ovarian Tissue Transplantation: Recent Developments- State of the ART” Tel Aviv, Israel July 8-15, 2019
  292. ART World Congress, New York; “The Journey of the Sperm in the Male Tract”. October 11, 2019.
  293. IMI Advanced Fertility Center Meeting-Round Table Discussion: Fertility Preservation, Attending the Challenge. Lecture on “From Ovary Tissue to Making Sperm & Eggs From Skin”. Cancun, Mexico. January 21-24, 2020.
  294. IVF Worldwide Webinar Series-Lecture on “Ovary Transplant and IVM to Preserve Fertility in Young Cancer Patients”. April 10, 2020.
  295. The 2nd International Summit on Assisted Reproduction and Genetics (SARG)-Lecture on “Not Just Sperm, But Sperm and Eggs?”. Tel Aviv, Israel. May 30-June 1, 2020.
  296. Royan Institute Reproductive Biomedicine & Stem Cell-Lecture on “Ovarian Longevity, Making Sperm and Eggs from Skin Biopsies”. Iran. June 21, 2020.
  297. Puah Institute-Lecture on “Latest Advances in Reproductive Medicine”. July 19, 2020.
  298. IVF Worldwide Webinar; Lecture on “Adenomyosis”. July 2020.
  299. Tye Webinar, Middle East Fertility Society-Lecture on “Azoospermia”. August 7, 2020.
  300. 2nd Online Congress on IVF-Worldwide-Lecture on “The Journey of the Sperm in the Reproductive Tract”. September 12, 2020.
  301. Ovary Transplantation, Primordial Follicle Recruitment, Ovarian Longevity, and Robust Clinical Results. October 9, 2020.
  302. Reproductive Medicine Research Center of 6th Affiliated Hospital, Sun Yat-sen University-Lecture on “Reliable IVM Using Knowledge Gained from In Vitro Gametogenesis (oocytes derived from pluripotent stem cells). Guangzhou, Guangdong, China. November 6, 2020.
  303. The Kazakhstan Association of Reproductive Medicine (KARM)-Lecture on “Journey of the Sperm to the Oocyte”. Kazakhstan. November 14, 2020.
  304. 26th Annual International Conference of The Egyptian Fertility and Sterility Society (EFSS)-Lecture on “Making Sperm and Eggs in the Human From Skin Stem Cells”. November 26-27, 2020.
  305. Middle East Fertility Society (MEFS)-Lecture on “Successful, Simple IVM and Why It Works: Lessons From In Vitro Gametogenesis?”. Beirut, Lebanon. December 4-5, 2020.
  306. ALMER-Latin American Association of Reproductive Medicine and SPMR; I Intercontinental Online Meeting in Human Reproduction-Lecture on “Micro TESE for Azoospermia”. Sao Paulo, Brazil. December 11, 2020.
  307. Ovarian Club XVI – Asia, Journey of the Sperm to the Oocyte, December 2, 2020.

**Updated 3/22/21