Meet Dr. Hurliman
Amanda K. Hurliman, MD is a board-certified reproductive endocrinologist and infertility specialist. She has practiced at ORM since 2013.
She has extensive experience and expertise with in vitro fertilization, the relationship between genetics and fertility, preimplantation genetic diagnosis, and recurrent pregnancy loss. She is committed to helping everyone she has the opportunity to work with their best chance of having a healthy pregnancy and a healthy baby.
Dr. Hurliman understands that the reasons people seek fertility care are unique and has earned a reputation for delivering thoughtful and compassionate care. From the get-go, she strives to understand her patient’s personal stories, so that she can best guide the personalized care that they deserve. Her primary goal is to help educate her patients on the factors that may impact their fertility and what their treatment options are so that they can make the best decision for themselves.
As a fellow, Dr. Hurliman received the prestigious ASRM/SREI National Research Service Institutional Training Award for her research focusing on cardiovascular health and infertility. Additionally, she received the ASRM and SREI In-Training Research awards for research conducted by the Reproductive Medicine Network focusing on treatment strategies for couples with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS ) and Unexplained Infertility. She has remained actively involved in research since joining ORM and has been recognized for her work focusing on the relationship between the use of Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) and genetic outcomes.
“As we become more skilled in how we can evaluate patients, we can open new doors through research, to help better identify other issues that might have an effect on fertility.”
Dr. Hurliman was blessed with twin boys early in her medical education. The experience of pregnancy, childbirth, and growing her own family was incredibly powerful. It shifted her direction in medicine and solidified her commitment to caring for people struggling with the ability to create a family of their own. She is grateful every day to have the opportunity to be an advocate and an educator for the women and men that she cares for.