Well, I did read an analysis of this story on a the Indonesian collaborative news site Grevada, written by Anindya Yumika Dewi . The story can be believed to be the same because it refers to the same link (through an obsolete Google cache link) on socyberty.
The story was then taken to the online website of Indonesian newspaper Republika (cf Wikipedia), where it can still be found under the title "Gara-Gara Iddah, Pemimpin Yahudi Masuk Islam". The website redactors seem to give it full credential (Maybe someone could ask them?).
Beside reporting on the different sites that published the story, accordingly leading to Egypt, and stating that there is no Robert Guilhem at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, the article written by Anindya Yumika Dewi questions the scientific content of the story.
An unreferenced assertion in the article tells about the current state of scientific knowledge on the inner mould of the human vagina, which, according to the author of the article, would make the results of the study supposedly carried out by Mr. Guilhem very unlikely to be produced.
The author also indirectly points out the strangeness of a geneticist studying the mucous membrane of a vagina, which is (cf wikipedia) a difficult object of study when looking for "fingerprints" because of its changing form during the usual female life (i.e. sexual arousal, and giving birth).
The author is able to demonstrate (provided his arguments are not false) that there is no geneticist called Robert Guilhem having worked on penis fingerprints on human vaginas at the AECM. However, the question of who the individual could be remains largely unexamined, and I couldn't find out at which place this study on the Quran-conformed penis fingerprints was carried out.
There is a photo declared to be a portrait of Robert Guilhem on the Republika website.
Furthermore, the Indonesian website spiritislam.net (see alexa site ranking for more info) has removed the story because of hoax charges.