Lawrence Layman

Section Chief

Lawrence Layman

Section Chief


Academic Appointment(s)

Medical College of Georgia
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology: Reproductive Endocrinology, Infertility, and Genetics

The Graduate School
Department of Graduate Studies

Medical College of Georgia
Department of Neuroscience and Regenerative Medicine

Medical College of Georgia
Department of Physiology

Other Duties

Greenblatt Distinguished Chair in Endocrinology, Obstetrics and Gynecology

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  • BA 7408


  • MD, Medicine (MD) University of Cincinnati, 1981

  • BS, Bio, General Dickinson College, 1977


  • PHY State Bd. of Medical Examiners, 1986

Awards & Honors

  • Elected into Alpha of Georgia Chapter of Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society Georgia Health Sciences University, 2015

  • Georgia Regents University Senate Outstanding Faculty Award for The Graduate School 2015

  • Distinguished Faculty Award for Clinical Science Research MCG, 2014

  • Best Doctors in America 2012

  • APGO Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching in Obstetrics & Gynecology Medical College of Georgia Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology , 2010

Courses Taught Most Recent Academic Year

  • OBGN 5000

    Basic Clkshp OBG 6 wks
  • RMEN 5000

    Metabolic Endocrine Disease
  • ROBG 5000

    Obstetrics and Gynecology
  • OBGN 5006

    Reproductive Endocrinology Ext
  • MOLM 9300

  • COGS 8130

    Scientific Grant Writing
  • PHAS 5312

    Obstetrics and Gynecology
  • OBGN 5016

    Gynecology Boot Camp
  • MEDI 5159

    Mod 5: Genitourinary
  • OBGN 5011

    OB/GYN Research


Selected Recent Publications

  • Identification of candidate genes which interact with Nelfin neuronal mouse cells, 2015
  • Role ofWDR11 in hpogonadotrophic hypogonadism, 2015
  • Whole exome sequencing in mullerian aplasia, 2015
  • Differential expression of nasal embryonic LHRH factor (NELF) variants in immortalized GnRH neuronal cell lines, 2014
    Journal Article, Academic Journal
  • Familial 46,XY sex reversal without campomelic dysplasia caused by a deletion upstream of the SOX9 gene, 2014
    Journal Article, Academic Journal