Courtney  A. Murphy, MD

Courtney A. Murphy, MD

Clinical Fellow, Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility


Undergrad: University of Western Ontario
Med school: Trinity College Dublin (Dublin, Ireland)
Residency: University of Toledo (Toledo, OH)

What are your career goals? 
How are you listed in PubMed?: Courtney A Murphy
Awards & Honors:  Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society, Female Pelvic Medicine & Reconstructive Surgery AUGS Award


Hometown: Toronto, Canada
What are your hobbies?: Explore local restaurants and farmers markets, outdoor activities (hiking, skiing, etc). Pickleball is a new add to this list! Fun fact: STL is home to the largest indoor Pickleball facility in the US!
What’s one thing most people don’t know about you? 

I was on the improv team in high school! It is for the best that I left my acting days behind me…


Why did you choose Washington University School of Medicine for your fellowship?

From the supportive learning environment to career mentorship to research opportunities, the REI fellowship program at WashU really has it all. We work with an incredible team that supports your goals and gives you the stepping stones to allow you to become the physician and researcher you want to be.

What are your research interests?

Certainly still exploring this, but I do have an interest in diminished ovarian reserve and poor responders. TBC!

What goals do you hope to accomplish during your fellowship?

I hope to acquire the tools I need provide high quality, evidence based care to my patients, in addition to building on my surgical skills. I hope to continue educating learners along the way and being an advocate for reproductive health.

What are you most looking forward to being a fellow at WashU?

I am excited to work with an inspiring, forward-thinking group of people every day! The entire team (physicians, nurses, embryologists, andrologists, sonographers, MA’s – the list goes on!) are dedicated to providing patient centered care and clinical excellence.

What advice would you give OBGYN residents applying for your chosen fellowship specialty?

It sounds cliché, but follow your heart. If this is what you love, get after it! Bias opinion: It is the best job in the world, and such a privilege to be part of this community. Find a mentor(s) that will help you along your journey!