About Dr. Brodeur
Dr. Tia Brodeur is board-certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology and fellowship-trained in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility.
Her clinical interests include fertility counseling and preservation in patients with autoimmune diseases, Asherman’s syndrome, other endometrial conditions such as chronic endometritis, evidence-based treatment for unexplained infertility, and diminished ovarian reserve. She has a special interest in secondary infertility due to personal experience and is passionate about helping patients build the family of their dreams.
Dr. Brodeur completed an MD and PhD in Immunology at the University of Massachusetts Chan Medical School, studying the role of the immune system in tissue scarring as well as autoimmune diseases such as lupus. Her current research focuses on the influence of hormones on the immune system within the ovary in the context of diminished ovarian reserve and ovarian failure.
Dr. Brodeur is excited to be back in the Midwest with her husband, Dylan, an elementary teacher, her two children, and faithful Beagle called Georgia.