Glenn Schattman, M.D., F.A.C.O.G.
Dr. Glenn Schattman is a specialist in reproductive surgery
and in the treatment of pediatric and adolescent problems associated
with sexual development. He is board certified in Obstetrics
and Gynecology as well as Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility.
He is currently an Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology
at the New York Presbyterian Hospital - Weill Medical College
of Cornell University.
While a leading figure in the use of laparoscopic and hysteroscopic
surgery, Dr. Schattman is particularly experienced in advanced
methods of correcting common causes of infertility including
blocked fallopian tubes, adhesions or scar tissue, endometriosis
and ovarian cysts. He is one of a handful of gynecologic surgeons
performing Robotic Assisted Laparoscopic Surgery for conditions that
would normally require an open surgical procedure, including fibroids
and reversal of prior tubal ligation. He uses minimally invasive surgical
techniques to help patients address severe conditions including pain,
bleeding caused by endometrial polyps and fibroids, and other disabling
conditions. In children and young adults, he addresses disorders
that affect normal sexual development.
Dr. Schattman earned a B.S. degree from St. Lawrence University
in Canton, New York in 1983. He received an M.D. degree from
the State University of New York, Downstate Medical Center in
Brooklyn, New York in 1987. Dr. Schattman completed his residency
at the George Washington University Medical Center in 1991 and
went on to the New York Hospital/Cornell University Medical
College where he finished his Fellowship in Reproductive Endocrinology
& Infertility. He is a member or fellow of numerous medical
associations including the American Society for Reproductive
Medicine and the American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists.
He has authored numerous articles and chapters covering various
medical topics. Dr. Schattman lectures both nationally and internationally
on a wide range of topics in sexual development and reproductive