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Join a Zoom Meeting

Infertility Crisis

Thursday, May 7 at 7:30PM MST

With Dr. Sherman Silber of The Infertility Center of St. Louis

In dialogue with Rabbi Chaim Bruk, Co-CEO of Chabad Lubavitch of Montana, spiritual leader of the Shul of Bozeman and father of five adopted children ages 15-2!

To Join The Zoom Meeting Click Here (no Zoom account required) 

Meeting ID: 861 0680 5341

Please send in your Q&A questions for Dr. Silber in advance to info@jewishwyoming.com.

Free of charge. Open to the public. Please forward and share.


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

Dr. Silber has originally developed many of the most 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 1970s and now in the current century, the world’s first ovary transplant. He was the first to develop the TESE, MESA, and ICSI techniques for retrieving testicular and epididymal sperm in azoospermic men and injecting into the wife’s eggs. 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.

Most recently, Silber has perfected the preservation of fertility for cancer patients with ovarian freezing and transplantation and thereby extend the reproductive biological clock of women. His most current research project is making sperm and eggs from skin biopsies.

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. “How to Get Pregnant”, published by Little, Brown and Company, is a bestseller in the United States. He has appeared on the Today Show, the Donahue Show, Peter Jennings ABC Nightly News, CNN, Oprah, ABC News, Good Morning America, and NPR radio.

Dr. Silber went to medical school at the University of Michigan, did post-graduate training at Stanford University, the University of Melbourne in Australia, 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 is a full professor at the University of Amsterdam, The University of Michigan and at Sun Yat Sen University Medical School in China. His clinical medical practice is at St. Luke’s Hospital in St. Louis, Missouri.