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Dr. shelby Neal Adenomyosis

Dr. Shelby Neal Awarded for Adenomyosis Research

Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey (RMANJ) third year fellow Dr. Shelby Neal has received the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) Corporate Member Council In-Training Travel Award for her research on the link between adenomyosis seen on 3D ultrasound and clinical outcomes following IVF. Dr. Neal’s research showed that only women with obvious adenomyosis […]

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Egg recipient to other women: using an egg donor gave us hope

As a young girl in New Jersey, Raquel Bruno distinctly remembers her mother joking that the women in the family were so fertile, her mother got pregnant on birth control. The passing comments were just that, and Bruno didn’t pay them any mind, one way or another, until, sitting in her Manhattan apartment as a […]

Pregnancy and Infant Loss

Tonight: pregnancy or infant loss support

If you’ve ever experienced pregnancy or infant loss, we want to listen. At 7:30 pm tonight, Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey (RMANJ) Dr. Maria Costantini will host ‘The Doctor Is In,’ a free one hour online support session focused on the topic of loss. Women undergoing fertility treatment who have not experienced loss are […]

Anabel Salazar

Meet our Doctors: IVI Spain’s Dr. Anabel Salazar

RMANJ’s merger with IVI in 2017 didn’t just make us the leading infertility clinic in the world, it also connected us with an extended family of innovative doctors. One of those doctors is Anabel Salazar, a reproductive endocrinologist based in IVI Spain’s Malaga clinic. Dr. Salazar visited Basking Ridge in October to meet her American […]


CRISPR: A Cautionary Tale

In late November 2018, the scientific community was met with a shocking announcement: a woman had given birth to the world’s first genetically-edited twins with the help of a Chinese researcher. The researcher removed the HIV-enabling gene from the twins, whose father was HIV positive. The news was alarming for two reasons: first, the gene-editing […]

RMANJ docs are tops

RMANJ docs are tops!

It’s no secret that RMANJ’s team of fertility doctors is renowned for their contributions to reproductive medicine. And that’s exactly why several RMANJ physicians were awarded top doctor awards this year! That’s right, our docs are tops! To all our fertility docs – congratulations and we’re proud of you! Dr. Richard Scott RMANJ founding partner […]

RMANJ begins online support group for infertility

The Dr. Is In: New Online Support Group Tackles the Stress of Infertility

Infertility is hard. Painful. Shameful. Envy-inducing. Heartbreaking. Isolating. Sad. Those are just some of the feelings infertility brought up for a group of men and woman attending ‘The Dr. Is In,’ an online support session with Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey (RMANJ) Dr. Maria Costantini recently. Dr. Costantini, who is both a board-certified reproductive […]

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RMANJ Fellow Wins Award for Research into Declining Total Motile Sperm Count

Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey (RMANJ) second year fellow Dr. Ashley Tiegs received the Traveling Scholar Award from the Society for Male Reproduction and Urology, typically awarded to training urologists, at this year’s annual American Society of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) meeting for research that found declining total motile sperm count in men presenting for […]

IVf Insurance Coverage, Open Enrollment

Does your insurance cover IVF? Open enrollment is the time to switch.

Looking to start fertility treatment but worried about the financial commitment? Have limited insurance benefits that won’t cover much of the cost? As we enter open enrollment season for private employers – and New Jersey’s insurance marketplace begins open enrollment from November 1 to December 15 – it might a good time to look into […]

RMANJ andrologist shares insights on how smoking affects male fertility

The Effects of Smoking on Male Fertility

Hey guys, are you thinking of quitting smoking? You might be a little more conscious of tossing the habit this month, when Movember mustaches are a constant reminder about men’s health. And with today being the Great American Smokeout – where smokers around the country stop smoking for 24 hours in an effort to ditch […]