Dr. Bradford Bopp
Undergraduate: The Ohio State University
Medical School: Universtity of S. California
Residency: Harvard University
Fellowship: Harvard University
Bradford Bopp, MD graduated cum laude with honors distinction from The Ohio State University. He attended medical school at the University of Southern California (USC), where he graduated with highest distinction. While at USC, he was recognized numerous times for his academic excellence and professional contributions. He was the recipient of the highest award, the George S. Herron Memorial Award, elected by classmates as the person who contributed the most to the class during the four years of medical school.
Dr. Bopp completed his residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology and his fellowship in Reproductive Endocrinology at Harvard University in Boston, Massachusetts. While at Harvard, he served on the Faculty of Medicine for all six years. Dr. Bopp came to Indiana as a Reproductive Endocrinologist in 1997.
Dr. Bopp has written several pertinent articles and book chapters over the years and has been nominated by his peers in Indianapolis as one of Indianapolis’ “Top Doctors” and recognized in Indianapolis Monthly Magazine. In addition, Dr. Bopp has been nominated on several occasions as a “Top Doctor” in Fort Wayne and recognized in the Fort Wayne Business Journal.
Dr. Bopp focuses on individualized care, helping couples one at a time. The evaluation and treatment of infertility is complex and stressful. His greatest satisfaction is helping couples through this process with careful explanation and defined endpoints.
Dr. Bopp married his high school sweetheart and together they have four children. He enjoys throwing boomerangs and carving.
Dr. Bopp sees patients in Carmel, Fort Wayne, and Noblesville, Indiana.