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Division News Update:

We are pleased to announce that the UCSF PKD Center of Excellence (Polycystic Kidney Disease), UCSF Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Maternal Fetal Medicine and Division of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility are joining forces to provide specialized care for women with polycystic kidney disease. We have dedicated services in prenatal care for the unique needs of women with PKD under the expert guidance of Dr. Melissa Rosenstein. We also have extensive support for genetic counseling to help women with this condition prepare for family planning. In our Division of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, Dr. Hakan Cakmak will provide dedicated support for PKD women wishing to pursue pre-implantation genetic diagnosis.

News

Higher BMI May Cause Problems for IVF

Higher BMI May Cause Problems for IVF: Small study by REI fellows Martha W. Noel, MD and Lusy Aghajanova, MD, PhD, shows lower oocyte quality among morbidly obese

Oocyte Conti Lab

ObGyn&RS Scientists' Discovery May Lead To Better Egg Screening And IVF Outcomes – UCSF Reproductive Science Researchers Identify A New Pattern Of Protein Secretion During Egg Maturation

 
Dr. Mitchell Rosen's work on random ovarian stimulation was featured in the health section in sfgate.com.          
 
 
 
Dr. Mitchell Rosen's work on random ovarian stimulation was featured in the health section in sfgate.com.
 

KINTALK@UCSF LOGO

 

Kintalk@UCSF specialist speaks with UCSF REI nurse coordinator Audra Katz, RN about Lynch Syndrome and Fertility Preservation. Link to the podcast here.