Research

Our mission: to close the gap in knowledge about fertility and fertility preservation. To that end, our research investigates fertility awareness, fertility decline, and fertility preservation; the aim of our research is to improve reproductive counseling and the clinical treatment of fertility preservation by providing an evidence base for best practices.


The Center for Fertility Research and Education is a division of Extend Fertility. Research is conducted both at Extend Fertility Medical Practice and the Extend Fertility embryology laboratory.

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Our research is reviewed by IntegReview, an independent institutional/ethical review board.

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Recent Presentations



Probability of attaining a 60% aged-based live birth rate (LBR) with the first elective oocyte cypropreservation (EOC) cycle


October 01 2018

Probability of attaining a 60% aged-based live birth rate (LBR) with the first elective oocyte cypropreservation (EOC) cycle



Association between cytoplasmic granularity of oocytes and age in patients undergoing elective oocyte cryopreservation


October 01 2018

Association between cytoplasmic granularity of oocytes and age in patients undergoing elective oocyte cryopreservation



Assisted reproduction care concentration trends in the United States


October 01 2018

Assisted reproduction care concentration trends in the United States



Motivations and perceived barrier to care in women seeking information regarding elective oocyte cryopreservation (EOC)


September 13 2018

Motivations and perceived barrier to care in women seeking information regarding elective oocyte cryopreservation (EOC)



Maturity rates (MR) with GNRH-AGONIST (GNRH-A) trigger in normal, low, and very low responders pursuing elective oocyte cryopreservation (EOC)


September 12 2018

Maturity rates (MR) with GNRH-AGONIST (GNRH-A) trigger in normal, low, and very low responders pursuing elective oocyte cryopreservation (EOC)