Dr. Broadwell is an assistant professor in the
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Reproductive Endocrinology and
Infertility at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Medicine and
Public Health. She was appointed Medical Director of Generations Fertility Care
beginning in July, 2016. She is board-certified in Reproductive Endocrinology
and Infertility, and specializes in female infertility, third-party
reproduction and mullerian anomalies.
Dr. Broadwell graduated from MSU Moorhead with a
degree in Biology in 2000. While at MSU Moorhead she presented at
the Student Academic Conference and was a student panelist; her research was
mentored by Prof. Mark Wallert. After MSU Moorhead, Dr. Broadwell earned
her medical degree at The University of North Dakota in 2004. She then
did her residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at The University of Iowa where
she developed an interest in reproductive biology; following completion of her
residency, Dr. Broadwell completed a fellowship in Reproductive Endocrinology
and Infertility at the University of Vermont. While completing her 3 year
fellowship, she spent one year in the basic science laboratory investigating
immune impacts of early pregnancy loss and recurrent pregnancy loss.
Dr. Broadwell credits her experience in
undergraduate research and her participation in the SAC as playing a key role
in helping to achieve these goals. The experience she gained early on the
laboratory was instrumental in completing research essential to advanced training.
This early experience is unique and vital to standing out among
peers and adds a significant level of maturity to future study.