Dr. Dundee is a reproductive endocrinologist and an gynecologist at the University of Vermont Medical Center and an assistant professor at the Larner College of Medicine at UVM in Burlington, VT.
Dr. Dundee specializes in endocrine disorders that affect reproduction, infertility, fertility preservation, premature ovarian insufficiency (refers to the loss of normal function in the ovaries of women younger than 40), primary amenorrhea (the failure of menses to occur before 16), as well as pediatric and adolescent gynecology
Her research interests include diminished ovarian reserve, a condition in which the ovary loses its normal reproductive potential and can lead to infertility, as well as enhancing the response to ovarian stimulation for treatment of infertility.
Dr. Dundee knew at age 20 she wanted to dedicate her life to treating infertility after working on her undergraduate honors thesis in the IVF research lab at Stanford, and then as an embryologist for three years and completing a master’s degree in Clinical Embryology and Assisted Reproduction. She realized that she needed to be involved more directly in clinical care and that her laboratory background would give her greater perspective as a clinician.
Dr. Dundee takes pride in ensuring her patients are thoroughly educated about their diagnoses, how medications work and what options they have so that they can make truly well informed decisions. She believes in practicing evidence based medicine by tailoring patient care to each individual.
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