Dr. Deanna R. Brasile graduated from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1999 where she completed her internship and her residency. As a highly-regarded fertility specialist, she is committed to helping her clients achieve their goal of having children and helping them pass on the gift of life. Dr. Brasile has received great recognition for her work as a fertility specialist, physician and mentor. She plays an integral leadership role at the Drexel College of Medicine’s reproductive endocrinology and infertility fellowship training program. As a natural teacher, Dr. Brasile regularly shares her insights with residents and medical students and is a recipient of the Residents’ Award for Excellence in Teaching (2016).

Dr. Brasile also earned her undergraduate degree from Duke University. She completed her fellowship in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility with Drexel College of Medicine as well as her residency in obstetrics and gynecology at Cooper University Hospital/ Robert Wood Johnson School of Medicine. To continue to advance her knowledge and develop further insights in her field, Dr. Brasile completed her ASRM-sponsored Embryology certification.

After eight years of clinical practice in New Jersey, Dr. Brasile joined MLF in October 2012 and has built a reputation for being a compassionate, hard-working and experienced physician. Dr. Brasile focuses on building trust with her patients and helping them experience the same quality of care that she would want for her friends and family. She combines her clinical experience with committed and specialized fertility care to provide a tailored treatment plan for her patients.

Dr. Brasile’s dedication to reproductive medicine is demonstrated through her extensive research in diminished ovarian reserve. She has been published numerous times for over twelve years and regularly shares her insights through diminished ovarian reserve research. Her great knowledge of diminished ovarian reserve is built on a foundation of clinical experience and ongoing research. Dr. Brasile’s work in research has helped her earn the Phillips Seymour Research Award by the Drexel College of Medicine.

Dr. Brasile has also been featured as a “Top Doc” and one of the “Best Physicians for Women” by major media channels including South Jersey Magazine, Philadelphia Life Magazine, Main Line Today and Suburban Life Magazine.

When Dr. Brasile is not meeting with her patients, she enjoys going to sports events (as an avid fan of the Blue Devils) and traveling. She treasures every moment she spends with her young son and is passionate about helping others experience the same joy of passing on life.