At RMANJ, we take research seriously. Our efforts have resulted in improved outcomes for all of our patients – whether they participated in a research trial or not.

Participating in one of our ongoing projects is strictly optional and your help is highly appreciated. We have compiled a database of more than 10,000 unique DNA samples and are actively investigating genetic causes of infertility, including diminished ovarian reserve and disorders of implantation. Our status as a world-class IVF program and our industry leading success rates are the result of the many research initiatives we conduct every year.

Ongoing Projects

We continue to seek ways that will maximize the level of care we provide. This is done through vigorous, well-documented and continuous testing and re-testing. Some of these initiatives include:
neXgen

neXgen Clinical Trial

SOLAIRE

SOLAIRE Clinical Trial

SuMMIT.JPG

 

SuMMIT-Sequential vs. Monophasic Media Impact Trial

Natural Study IVF

Other prospective studies in development focus on using Next-Generation Sequencing for pre-implantation genetic diagnosis.

The Research Team at RMANJ is constantly assessing clinical laboratory performance.   At the 2013 American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) Annual Clinical Meeting , RMANJ presented an unprecedented 33 abstracts showcasing original research from our program.  Professional honors were bestowed upon our accomplished team, including two 2013 ASRM Nurse Research Awards.  The 2014 ASRM Annual Clinical Meeting of American Society for Reproductive Medicine in Honolulu, Hawaii is looking to be an equally exciting year.    

For more information on ongoing research projects, you can contact the RMANJ Clinical Research Team at 973-656-2841.