Category: Blog

RMA First-Year Fellow Dr. Brent Hanson Awarded for Research

When the top research award is announced at the American Association of Bioanalysts (AAB) every year, it’s a pretty good bet an embryologist or In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) laboratory director will be called to receive the honor – fertility doctors seldom win the prize. But RMA turned heads last month in New Orleans when first-year […]

Dr. Shelby Neal Completes RMA Fellowship

Dr. Shelby Neal Completes RMA Fellowship; Accepts Position in North Carolina

RMA third-year fellow Dr. Shelby Neal is going home. After three years at RMA’s Basking Ridge office as a Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (REI) fellow, during which time she handled all aspects of patient care, learned the processes of the andrology and embryology laboratories and conducted impactful infertility research, Dr. Neal is heading back to […]

RMA staff return from ARM conference in Austin

RMA Staff Return from Reproductive Managers Meeting in Austin

A group of RMA of New Jersey staff recently returned from Austin, Texas, where they attended the annual Association of Reproductive Managers (ARM) meeting and learned about risk management, patient experience, employee retention, and even how to make your own BBQ sauce! RMA brought a small contingent of clinical and non-clinical staff to ARM, which […]

RMA physicians and staff attend FEC gala

RMA Celebrates LGBTQ Families at ‘Night at the Pier’ Gala

As proud supporters of LGBTQ families, RMA doctors and staff were eager to put on their dancing shoes earlier this month for Night at the Pier, an annual fundraising gala organized by the Family Equality Council (FEC), the nation’s premier advocacy organization for LGBTQ family-building. The RMA network – which consists of fertility clinics in […]

RMA Partners with Family Equality Council

RMA Offers ‘Open Door’ for LGBTQ Patients

If you are a member of the LGBTQ community, you may find yourself feeling anxious at times when thinking about health care. Perhaps you had a bad experience or heard unpleasant stories and, as a result, feel uncertain about where to turn to get the right care. When it comes to fertility care, a new […]

RMANJ Supports Patients on Mother’s Day Weekend and Throughout the Year

On Saturday, May 11th, 2019, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey (RMANJ) will host a pre-Mother’s Day event at its Basking Ridge location for patients who may need some extra support around this holiday, or throughout the year. Led by members of RMANJ’s clinical, wellness and mental health teams, […]

Meet RMANJ's Dr. Jason Franasiak

Dr. Franasiak Presents on Cancer Research at Fundraiser May 11th

Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey’s (RMANJ) Dr. Jason Franasiak will present his latest research findings on the viability of embryos of female cancer patients at a fundraising event in Philadelphia on Saturday, May 11, 2019. The event, “A Night Out on the Town,” to be held from 7 to 11 p.m. at the Hilton […]

sperm study

RMANJ Commentary: New Sperm Study Gives Hope to Infertile Men

Infertile men got a piece of good news earlier this month when researchers announced a new discovery: some men who had been diagnosed with infertility actually had normal, fertile sperm – in their testicles. The research found that while the ejaculated sperm of these same, infertile men was not good quality, sperm taken from their […]

Meet RMANJ's Dr. Jason Franasiak


For Jason Franasiak, lead physician at RMANJ’s Marlton clinic, reproductive endocrinology is kind of a family affair. When your father is an OB/GYN and surgeon and your mother is a labor and delivery nurse, you’d think there was some pressure to walk the well-worn path of women’s healthcare. “But there wasn’t,” said Dr. Franasiak, who […]

RMANJ Doctor Publishes Research

Dr. Franasiak Publishes Study on Embryo Development and Implantation

Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey’s (RMANJ) Dr. Jason Franasiak, who leads RMANJ’s Marlton fertility center, recently published a study showing that embryos that develop slowly would benefit from Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET). The study, published in the fertility journal Human Reproduction Open, showed that embryos that take a little more time to reach the […]