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Joy Fatunbi

Joy Fatunbi, MD

830 West End Court, Suite 400
Vernon Hills, IL 60061
Reproductive Immunology Fellow
Reproductive Medicine and Immunology


Undergraduate: University of Wisconsin
Residency: Obstetrics and Gynecology at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital
Medical School: University of Wisconsin - Madison Drexel University College of Medicine


Joy Fatunbi, MD is excited to be joining the Reproductive Medicine and Immunology fellowship at Rosalind Franklin Health Clinics in August 2023. She is a native of the Midwest, born and raised in Minnesota. She attended the University of Wisconsin- Madison where she earned her bachelor’s degree after completing a double major in Neurobiology and Psychology. She received her medical degree from Drexel University College of Medicine, where she was nominated to the Gold Humanism Honor Society which recognizes compassionate patient care. During medical school, she also won multiple awards including the American Medical Association Foundation’s Excellence in Medicine Minority Scholars Award and the Excellence in Public Health Award from the United States Public Health Service for her work to achieve health equity, eliminate health disparities, and to improve the health of all groups. She stayed in Philadelphia to complete her residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. During her training she was the recipient of the Excellence in Teaching Award, the SREI Excellence in REI Award, and the Society of Laparoscopic & Robotic Surgeons Outstanding MIS Resident Award. During medical school and residency, she published peer-reviewed papers and presented abstracts at national meetings, including an oral presentation American Society for Reproductive Medicine.

Practice Interests

Practice Interests
Specialty: Reproductive Medicine and Immunology

Services: Recurrent pregnancy loss, repeated implantation failures, unknown etiology infertility, poor ovarian response, premature ovarian failure, women with rheumatic, alloimmune, and autoimmune diseases.