Fertility Updates

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Research Publications

CHR's focus on basic and clinical research has brought many breakthough treatments to infertility parents. Find out the latest results of our translational research.

How the FMR1 gene became relevant to female fertility and reproductive medicine

A comprehensive overview of the FMR1 gene’s effects on ovarian function and follicle maturation, and its potential role as an … Read more


OPINIONs is a unique commentary series reflecting CHR's independent voices on reproductive endocrinology medicine and beyond.

On Androgen Supplementation in Women With Low Functional Ovarian Reserve (LFOR)

OPINIONs 008: November 17, 2014 Summary We in this OPINION discuss the current skepticism, which still prevails within the field of reproductive endocrinology … Read more


New research projects, experimental treatments, new staff members, thoughts on various "fads" in the field — VOICE, CHR's monthly update, is always abuzz. Stay up-to-date here.

In Focus: Immature Oocyte and Mature Oocyte after IVM

This picture shows two oocytes and their companion granulosa cells one of which has undergone in vitro maturation (left) and … Read more

Educational Videos

Watch CHR's physicians and scientists explain various infertility conditions, treatments, and research projects in short video.

Endometriosis and Infertility Video

Diagnosis and treatment for women who want to conceive Endometriosis and its affect on infertility explained by Dr. Norbert Gleicher … Read more

CHR in the Media

Reproductive endocrinologists at CHR often contribute expert commentary to media reports. Here are a few recent media appearances of CHR physicians and scientists.

CHR's Research Affiliates Break a Record in in vitro Embryo Culture

The Rockefeller University group led by Ali Brivanlou, PhD, one of CHR’s research collaborators, received extensive media coverage on their … Read more

Press Relations

Press releases on important research progress and industry tips for the media.

Favorite Science Tool – Randomized Clinical Trial – Rare in Fertility Research, and That’s Not Changing

  Randomized clinical trials – modern science’s favorite tool – are very rare in fertility research in part because the … Read more