Dr. Krotz first became interested in Reproduction during his undergraduate studies at the University of California, Davis, where he studied Genetics. He attended medical school at Northwestern University where he further developed his passion for Women’ Health Issues and developed an expertise in gene therapy for breast cancer, medical management of multiple pregnancies, ovarian cancer and pelvic surgery. He was selected for a Residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Baylor College of Medicine where he won awards for academic and research achievement, and served in leadership positions. He began his fellowship training at Baylor College of Medicine and was invited to continue training under the same internationally-renowned directors at Brown University as a result of his excellent performance. At Brown University, he was instrumental in developing the fellowship program to train future infertility specialists. Additionally, he served as a minimally-invasive surgery course instructor and initiated the Robotic Surgery Program to treat infertility patients. He developed the Gynecologic Endocrinology & Infertility Clinic at the Women’s Primary Care Center to increase access to high-quality reproductive endocrine care.