Samuel Zev Williams, MD, PhD his a nationally-recognized clinician and researcher in the area of recurrent pregnancy loss and infertility, Dr. Williams comes to CUMC from Albert Einstein College of Medicine, where he served as the Director of the Program for Early and Recurrent Pregnancy Loss (PEARL). The program encompasses a clinical care site as well as a basic/translational research program and focuses on public education surrounding pregnancy loss, including webinars, public lectures, online informational videos, and blog pieces. Dr. Williams has also achieved success in federally-funded research projects in several different areas of study, having received numerous NIH grants to support his work. Currently, as part of an NIH R01 grant, Dr. Williams is engaged with a research project intended to use placental RNA as a screening tool for diseases and complications of pregnancy, to enable early intervention, and to provide insights into disease pathogenesis. Dr. Williams has also taken a leading role as an educator, serving as a mentor and adviser to 11 medical students, residents and fellows in the past.
Board Certified: Obstetrics and Gynecology, Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility
Medical School: The Mount Sinai Medical School of New York University
Residency Training: Brigham and Women's Hospital/Massachusetts General Hospital at Harvard Medical School
Fellowship Training: Weill Cornell Medical Center