Nola S. Herlihy
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Dr. Herlihy authored several peer-reviewed articles and presented posters and oral presentations at the annual American Society for Reproductive Medicine and Pacific Coast Reproductive Society meetings.
Dr. Nola Seta Herlihy received her Bachelor of Science from the University of Notre Dame, where she spent four happy years cheering on the Fighting Irish football team. She met her husband, Derry, a Houston native, under the shadow of the golden dome. She then moved to New York City to attend medical school at the New York University School of Medicine. As a medical student, she founded the school’s community service program and was actively involved in childhood obesity research, for which she won the Dr. Saul J. Farber Award for Public Health.
Dr. Herlihy completed her residency training in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, where she received multiple teaching awards, was elected Administrative Chief Resident, and won the Mount Sinai Resident Research Day Award. During her residency, she authored several peer-reviewed articles and presented poster and oral presentations at the annual American Society for Reproductive Medicine and Pacific Coast Reproductive Society conferences. She also authored articles for the Huffington Post about life as an OBGYN resident.
Dr. Herlihy completed her fellowship in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility at the IVIRMA/Thomas Jefferson program. While in fellowship, she dedicated her time to rigorous translational research, focusing on improving pregnancy outcomes for women with diminished ovarian reserve. Her work was published in the Journal of Assisted Reproduction and Genetics, and Fertility and Sterility, among other peer-reviewed journals.
The Herlihy family of four, including their two children, Siena and Dario, recently moved to Houston. Dr. Herlihy is grateful to have the opportunity to raise her family in this unique, industrious town and to provide compassionate fertility care to her new community.