Dr. Pablo Carpintero, MD graduated with an Honor Diploma from the University of Buenos Aires. He completed his residency program in Gynecology and Obstetrics with a Chief Residency position in Hospital Evita, in metropolitan Buenos Aires. He received a Professor degree from Universidad Maimónides. Following his residency, he attended a trainee program in fetal health in Instituto Dexeus in Barcelona, Spain.
Since then, he has been focused on Continuing Medical Education. He has been Director of several postgraduate Gynecology and Gynecological Endocrinology courses within the Obstetrics and Gynecology Society of Buenos Aires Province (SOGBA) and the Buenos Aires Medical College District II. He has been employed as an assistant teacher in the residency Program of Hospital Narciso Lopez. He has been member of the Directory board of the Obstetrics and Gynecology Society of Buenos Aires Province for 15 years and Chair of the Scientific Committee in their last annual meetings. He is Vice President of the Argentine Menopause Society (AAPEC) and member of the directory board of the Argentine Human Sexuality Society (SASH). He is the actual Director of AAPEC Postgraduate Course in Menopause. He also works as Medical Staff Coordinator of the Women’s Preventive Health Care Department in Lanus County, dedicated to improve health care in underserved population, promoting access to contraception as well as preventing teenage pregnancy. He is the Associate Director of Instituto Ginecológico Buenos Aires (IGBA) for more than 15 years, a private medical institution affiliated to the University of Buenos Aires, dedicated to patient care, education and research in women’s health issues. He is also Counsellor of the Professional Council Board of Buenos Aires Medical College District II. He has been Chair of the Latin American Anemia Working Consensus group, a board of experts who are committed to improve the management of iron deficiency anemia in Obstetrics and Gynecology within the region, working on specific guidelines in order to unify interventions criteria along different countries. He is Fellow of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) and the actual Chair of ACOG Argentine Section.
He works and lives in Buenos Aires with his wife Elizabeth and his two sons Juan Manuel and Santiago.