Dr. Nicole Noyes
Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility
Dr. Nicole Noyes competed her undergraduate and medical degree at the University of Vermont and then an OB-GYN residency and Reproductive Endocrinology fellowship at Weill-Cornell University School of Medicine. She has participated full-time in academic medicine in New York City ever since, first at Cornell, then at New York University (for 23 years) and now at Northwell Health, where she serves as System Chief for Reproductive
Medicine. At NYU, she helped established the University’s Fertility Preservation program, one that came to cryopreserve oocytes for more than 4,000 women and produced more than 125 babies using the technology. Dr. Noyes has also frozen oocytes for more than 250 cancer patients. She currently oversees all of Northwell Health’s Fertility treatments, including its Fertility Preservation program, practicing out of a state-of-the-art Fertility facility at 210-A East 64th Street - MEETH. She was past chair of the American Society of Reproductive Medicine’s Fertility Preservation Special Interest Group and continues to focus her research efforts on fertility preservation, early embryogenesis and human implantation.
Office Address: 210-A East 64th Street, NYC Phone: 212-434-4121