Meet Dr. Jeffrey Braverman

Reproductive Immunology Specialist

Dr. Braverman is the founder and Medical Director at Braverman Reproductive Immunology, the only practice designated in the state of New York as qualified experts in the field of Reproductive Immunology.

Accepted at the age of 14 into New York University, he was honored as their youngest graduate. He attended medical school at the Mount Sinai Medical Center in Manhattan and went on to complete his internship at the Albert Einstein School of Medicine in New York.

Today , Dr. Braverman is considered to be one of the leading authorities in the field of Reproductive Immunology. Board certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology, he has been treating patients with complications related to recurrent pregnancy loss for more than 20 years.

A nationally recognized expert, Dr. Braverman has published numerous articles in the area of high-risk obstetrics relating to intrauterine growth restriction, gestational diabetes, and fetal distress. He has hosted multiple radio shows on the topic of reproductive immunology and fertility, and has been featured on The Discovery Channel alongside his patients.

Due largely to Dr. Braverman's dedication and expertise, Braverman Reproductive Immunology has become one of the world's top infertility treatment centers. He has delivered well over 5,000 babies throughout his career and consults with patients around the globe. His insight and research into how the immune system can affect pregnancy has led his practice to design the first, fully comprehensive immune panel in the nation to not just look at cells, but the function of the entire immune system.

Dr. Braverman serves as co-chairman for the American Society of Reproductive Immunology (ASRI) and is a member in good standing with the following organizations:

  • American Society of Reproductive Immunology
  • American Society of Reproductive Medicine
  • European Society of Reproductive Immunology
  • American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology
  • New York State Medical Society
  • Nassau County Medical Society

Continued Research of Dr. Braverman

Currently, Dr. Braverman is gathering data on the possible correlation between mothers with immune-related pregnancy issues, a previous history of miscarriages, and the development of autism. For more information or to contribute to the conversation, check out the discussion forum.

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