Matt Will, M.D., is currently working with the Midwestern Fertility Specialists after completing a Fellowship in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (REI) at the University of Michigan.
Dr. Will grew up on the south side of Indianapolis and attended Wabash College for his bachelor's degree in biology. After graduating, he attended Midwestern University in Arizona, where he received his PhD in oral biology (also known as a PhD in dentistry) and was selected for a Fellowship in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (REI) at the University of Michigan. After serving as a captain in the US Army in 2015, he was initially deployed to Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, where he received a scholarship for a Master of Oral Biology. He was then sent to Fort Sill, Oklahoma, and finally to Indianapolis, where, after fulfilling his military obligations, he will serve as an assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology at Indiana University School of Medicine until June 2021.
From there he was interned at Indiana University School of Medicine, where he practiced comprehensive dentistry, including a master's degree in oral biology and a bachelor of science in oral biology and dentistry.
After gaining practical experience and honing his skills as a small-scale veterinarian, Dr. Brady explained how he wanted to practice veterinary medicine and set his own standards for high-quality patient care. As a practice owner, he knew that he could meet his own standard and realize his vision for his career. He also knew that to sustain this career in the long term, he would likely thrive as the owner of a practice that supports his doctors and staff while maintaining a healthy work-life balance.
The maintenance certification program encourages the boards - certified physicians - to continue learning and evaluating themselves throughout their medical careers. Investing in equipment is a priority for Dr Brady, as is training and staffing his team with highly qualified professionals. In the next decade, he looks forward to continuing to serve his clinic's clients and their pets through expansion and renovation, so that the clinic can provide even more Brownsburg pets with greater flexibility and comfort. He looks forward to continuing the legacy of his GP practice, started by wife Nancy Bolt and run by Dr Med.
Tools used can include prescribing medication, managing stress, crises and other problems, as well as counselling and mental health services.
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I need a lot of dentistry because I haven't looked after my teeth since I was a teenager and I love caring for soldiers and civilians. Despite the challenges and times, I find it so fulfilling to have a lasting positive impact on my patients and to help them start and grow their families. Dr. Will sees himself as a stroke of luck to be able to practice in such a rewarding area of medicine at REI.
He has also lectured at national conferences and published on various aspects of infertility treatment. He is originally from Indianapolis and considers himself lucky to be able to help treat infertility in the city where he grew up. My wife and I have great respect for the community we live and serve, which makes us very proud of our work and commitment to our patients.
Ryan welcomed his son Rhys into the family in May 2016, which also includes three dogs and a cat. Dr. Will loves being part of the group of doctors at the Midwest Fertility Unit because they work together to provide patients with the best results and experience. He grew up with many pets, including a dog, two cats and two horses, as well as many birds. When he started riding horses and participating in dressage, he knew that he was destined for a career as a zookeeper. As a volunteer who helps rehabilitate injured and orphaned wildlife at the Wildcat Wildlife Center, Dr. Brady realized that he loved research, and that's what he found most rewarding.
Dr. Murphy and her husband currently live in Indianapolis, Indiana, where she plans to take root after completing her medical residency. Dr. Willens professional interests include cancer research, reproductive health and infertility treatment, and animal research.
He attended Brigham Young University, where he studied nutrition and served on the board of trustees of the Institute of Nutrition and Health Sciences and the Center for Nutrition Research and Language. Dr. Will is a longtime member of the University of Utah School of Medicine and an associate professor at Utah State University. He received his Bachelor of Science in Clinical Nutrition from Indiana University School and his Master of Public Health from Indiana Medical School.