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Mitchell Rosen UCSF

Mitchell Rosen UCSF


UCSF Fertility Preservation Program

San Francisco County, CA

Dr. Mitchell Rosen, of UCSF is an expert in reproductive endocrinology and fertility. He is a fertility physician at the UCSF Center for Reproductive Health as well as an Associate Professor at UCSF, where he teaches medical students, residents, and fellows. Mitchell Rosen helps patients with cancer preserve their ab...





UCSF Medical Center

Assistant Professor

In his role as Assistant Professor at UCSF, Mitchell Rosen is able to continue expanding the knowledge of those in his field. He teaches medical students, residents, and fellows about the implications of cancer treatments towards fertility in the future. Mitchell Rosen and his team work tirelessly to educate future doctors about the important role they play in future families.

UCSF Fertility Preservation Center


At UCSF, Dr. Mitch Rosen helps those with cancer diagnosis come to terms with their illness and discuss their fertility preservation options. He and his team assist with fertility as well as conduct research to help the advancements of fertility preservation for the future. Mitchell Rosen and his team are leading experts in the field of fertility preservation.

Saint Louis University School of Medicine

Doctorate, Medice

At the Saint Louis University School of Medicine, learning goes beyond training physicians to be scholars of the human anatomy. They graduate doctors who appreciate humanistic medicine, concern themselves with the sanctity of human life and commit to dignity and respect for all patients. Dr. Mitchell Rosen worked tirelessly to launch his medical career.

Meet, Mitchell Rosen of UCSF

Dr. Mitchell Rosen is a reproductive endocrinology and fertility expert at the UCSF Center for Reproductive Health. He also serves as the Director of the UCSF Fertility Preservation Center, which helps patients with cancer preserve their ability to have children, despite aggressive cancer treatment. He also serves as an Assistant Professor of Medicine at UCSF.

UCSF Medical Center

Fertility Physician

The UCSF Fertility Preservation Program is focused on quickly providing patients with the information needed to be fully informed about fertility preservation options prior to cancer treatment. The program is uniquely qualified to offer patients the latest treatments not only offering hope, but also safeguards their fertility so they can build a family when they are ready.

The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston

Residency, Gynecology

During his medical and residency training, he was named the best resident twice and received the Ortho-McNeil Best Resident Teacher Award in 2002. This prestigious award gave Mitchell Rosen a leg up when being considered for fellowship training.

University of California, San Francisco

Fellowship Training, Fertility

During his fellowship, Rosen explored a basic research interest in a candidate gene (DAZ-L) involved in gametogenesis. He determined that this gene may be involved in the age at ovarian failure and spermatogenesis. Dr. Rosen was later trained in the UCSF embryology laboratory to qualify as a high complexity lab director (HCLD).