Colorado Reproductive Endocrinology physician Susan Trout has been named an associate clinical professor by the University of Colorado. This appointment will further allow Trout to pursue her goal of educating CU medical students by working with them first-hand in class and with clinical procedures.
“I am delighted that the residents I teach, and the CU medical staff, has given me this tip of the hat,” Trout said. “I love being a teaching doctor, so this appointment means the world to me, and I look forward to building on the teaching work I have already done.”
The fertility doctor personally has experienced the heartache of not being able to have a baby of her own, which she said gives her a more personal connection with her patients. Trout is board-certified in reproductive endocrinology and infertility, as well as obstetrics and gynecology. In addition to writing research papers, Trout has at times been a regular contributor to Fertility and Sterility, the journal of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine.