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Dr. Ginsberg serves as director of the Cancer Survivorship Program at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and has a robust research program on survivorship and fertility preservation for cancer patients.
Dr. Ginsberg leads a research team that has developed fertility preservation options for children who may experience impaired fertility or fertility loss after cancer chemotherapy or radiation. The goal of her research is to offer families fertility preservation options so reproductive choices are available to children after cancer treatment.
Along with her colleagues, Dr. Ginsberg offers families of children with cancer fertility preservation options that range from sperm banking and egg freezing to ovarian and testicular tissue freezing. Ovarian and testicular tissue freezing are experimental protocols that are currently being studied as an alternative to traditional sperm and egg banking.
Education and Training
BS, Cornell University (Biology), 1988
MD, Cornell University Medical College, 1992
Titles and Academic Titles
Director, Cancer Survivorship Program
Professor of Pediatrics
Society for Pediatric Research, 2011-
Ethel Foerderer Award, 2007
Fertile Hope Center of Excellence Award, 2009