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Greysha Rivera-Cruz

M.D.

Obstetrics and Gynecologist

Reproductive Geneticist

IVF Florida Reproductive Associates, Margate, Florida

Dr. Rivera-Cruz is an obstetrician and gynecologist with a passion for the reproductive genetics field. She is currently a third year genetics fellow with an interest in the reproductive endocrinology and infertility field.

She attended the University of Puerto Rico from 2007-2011 where she got her bachelor’s degree in Natural Sciences. She then went to Universidad Central del Caribe School of Medicine from 2011-2015 where she started developing her interest in Ob-Gyn and reproductive medicine. She was selected as a member of Alpha-Omega-Alpha Honor Medical Society. In 2015, Dr. Rivera-Cruz earned her medical degree. She then continued her training in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Puerto Rico, Medical Science Campus (ACGME program). In 2019, Dr. Rivera-Cruz finished her Ob-Gyn training where she served as chief resident and was recognized by her excellence in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery as well as in Minimally Invasive Gynecological Surgery. During her residency, she discovered her true passion while taking care of patients with genetic disorders that predispose them to infertility. For this reason, Dr. Rivera-Cruz, continued her training in medical genetics and genomics at Boston Children’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School Genetics Program where she developed an interest in Turner syndrome. She developed a study to describe the methods of conception, maternal and neonatal outcomes in women with TS and how these outcomes differ between women with mosaicism. 

As a Hispanic and Latina physician, Dr. Rivera-Cruz has the ambition to provide care for racial and ethnic minority groups and to have an impact within the Hispanic community. She would like to be an advocate from her community by improving healthcare access, medical care and at the same time improving Latinx research representation in reproductive medicine.

Greysha Rivera-Cruz

M.D.

Obstetrics and Gynecologist

Reproductive Geneticist

IVF Florida Reproductive Associates, Margate, Florida

Dr. Rivera-Cruz is an obstetrician and gynecologist with a passion for the reproductive genetics field. She is currently a third year genetics fellow with an interest in the reproductive endocrinology and infertility field.

She attended the University of Puerto Rico from 2007-2011 where she got her bachelor’s degree in Natural Sciences. She then went to Universidad Central del Caribe School of Medicine from 2011-2015 where she started developing her interest in Ob-Gyn and reproductive medicine. She was selected as a member of Alpha-Omega-Alpha Honor Medical Society. In 2015, Dr. Rivera-Cruz earned her medical degree. She then continued her training in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Puerto Rico, Medical Science Campus (ACGME program). In 2019, Dr. Rivera-Cruz finished her Ob-Gyn training where she served as chief resident and was recognized by her excellence in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery as well as in Minimally Invasive Gynecological Surgery. During her residency, she discovered her true passion while taking care of patients with genetic disorders that predispose them to infertility. For this reason, Dr. Rivera-Cruz, continued her training in medical genetics and genomics at Boston Children’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School Genetics Program where she developed an interest in Turner syndrome. She developed a study to describe the methods of conception, maternal and neonatal outcomes in women with TS and how these outcomes differ between women with mosaicism. 

As a Hispanic and Latina physician, Dr. Rivera-Cruz has the ambition to provide care for racial and ethnic minority groups and to have an impact within the Hispanic community. She would like to be an advocate from her community by improving healthcare access, medical care and at the same time improving Latinx research representation in reproductive medicine.

Recent Publications


The Burden and Benefits of Knowledge: Ethical Considerations Surrounding Population-Based Newborn Genome Screening for Hearing

Published On 2022 Jun 23

Journal article

Recent advances in genomic sequencing technologies have expanded practitioners' utilization of genetic information in a timely and efficient manner for an accurate diagnosis. With an ever-increasing resource of genomic data from progress in the interpretation of genome sequences, clinicians face decisions about how and when genomic information should be presented to families, and at what potential expense. Presently, there is limited knowledge or experience in establishing the value of...