Carolyn B. Coulam M.D.
Rinehart Center For
233 East Erie Street Suite 500
Chicago, IL 60610
Phone: (312) 944-2600
Fax: (312) 944-0100
While on the staff of the Mayo Clinic, Dr. Coulam was chair of the Division of Reproductive Endocrinology and established the first in vitro fertilization (IVF) program at this institution, in 1983. She, became professor at the Mayo Medical School in 1984 and in 1985, was appointed chair of the Division of Reproductive Biology at the University of Pittsburgh.
In 1986, Dr. Coulam became the medical director of the Center for Reproduction and Transplantation in Indianapolis, Indiana, establishing the reproductive immunology and reproductive biology laboratories where she rapidly contributed to the scientific literature in the field of reproductive medicine, particularly as it related to recurrent pregnancy loss.
In 1991, Dr. Coulam assumed the position of director of reproductive immunology at the Genetics & IVF Institute in Fairfax, Virginia. In 1996 she became national director of reproductive immunology at the Center for Human Reproduction (CHR) in Illinois while at the same time serving as vice president of medical affairs, director of ultrasound and as associate director of CHR in New York.
In January 2000, Dr. Coulam joined us at SIRM as medical director and director of laboratory research of SIRM-Chicago where she is also director of the Millenova Immunology Laboratory (MIL).
Dr. Coulam is board certified in the specialty of obstetrics and gynecology and in the sub-specialty of reproductive endocrinology. She has served as managing editor of the American Journal of Reproductive Immunology and as officer in most of the major national societies including president of the American Society for Reproductive Immunology.
She has more than 200 publications in peer-reviewed journals to her credit and has edited a major reference textbook entitled "Immunologic Obstetrics" published by W. W. Norton.
Dr. Coulam has an excellent reputation, spanning 30 years, for providing devoted care to her patients and enjoys an international reputation for her contributions to medical/scientific education and research. Notwithstanding the above, she considers her greatest achievement to be the fact that she is the proud mother of 10 wonderful children.