Advanced Reproductive Medicine presents 10 important research projects aimed at helping patients get the best possible pregnancy outcomes to colleagues at prestigious ASRM conference.
Advanced Reproductive Medicine is part of the NIH team proving that a new drug results in a 30-40 percent increase in pregnancy for women with the leading cause of infertility.
Dr. Alex Polotsky’s recent article in the journal Obesity shows a direct link between male obesity and infertility, while moving scientists closer to understanding the reason why.
Serena Dovey, MD, and Lauren Roth, MD, join the staff of Advanced Reproductive Medicine, increasing its commitment to research-based clinical care for all fertility patients.
Colorado infertility patients whose obesity is getting in the way of achieving pregnancy can now get help from a new program that is the only one of its kind in the country.
CU clinician and researcher picked by Denver physicians as a doctor they would most want treating them and their families.
The new setting offers patients the best of both worlds: an intimate, private-practice feel backed up by the expertise of a leading university research hospital involved in every aspect of reproductive medicine.
A new study headed by University of Colorado OB/GYN researcher James McManaman manipulates an obesity gene in mice that could affect human obesity and fertility.
University of Colorado Advanced Reproductive Medicine joins in partnership with The World Egg Bank to provide female donor eggs worldwide for in vitro feritilization by egg recipients.