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Bradford Bopp, MD

Carmel • Fort Wayne

Bradford Bopp, MD

  Undergraduate: The Ohio State University

  Medical School: University of Southern California

  Residency: Harvard University

  Fellowship: Harvard University

The infertility treatment process can be a complex and stressful experience for patients. Bradford Bopp, M.D., receives the greatest satisfaction from helping couples through this process with careful explanation, defined endpoints and a great deal of compassion.

Dr. Bopp believes fertility is more than a scientific process.

Rather, it is often a comprehensive strain on emotional, physical, work and social stressors. He is honored and grateful that his patients place trust in Midwest Fertility. He cares deeply about his patients’ success and promises to do anything he can to help couples achieve their goals.

Graduating cum laude with honors distinction from The Ohio State University, Dr. Bopp attended medical school at the University of Southern California (USC), where he graduated with highest distinction. While at USC, he earned recognition for his academic and professional achievements, including the George S. Herron Memorial Award for his contributions to the class during medical school.

Dr. Bopp completed his residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology and his fellowship in Reproductive Endocrinology at Harvard University in Boston before coming to Indiana as a Reproductive Endocrinologist.

Dr. Bopp has been annually nominated by his peers as a “Top Doctor” in Indianapolis Monthly Magazine since 2007 and has been recognized as a “Top Doctor” in Fort Wayne, as well. He has also published several articles and book contributions throughout his career.

Dr. Bopp married his high school sweetheart, and together they have four children. He considers Nairobi, Kenya, his second home and regularly serves communities there on medical mission trips. This work is very meaningful to him, as he is able to assist an under served community and give them opportunities they are otherwise not able to receive.