Ovarian Reserve Study
Karen Berkowitz, MD, a reproductive endocrinologist and infertility specialist, and her group in the Drexel Departments of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Biochemistry & Molecular Biology are conducting a research study to identify new biomarkers of ovarian reserve in women. The research aims to advance women's health with a focus in the area of female fertility and to provide women with information to help them make proactive choices about their reproduction. This research has the potential to help the current and next generations of women!
Participation eligibility includes:
- Age 30–45
- Regular periods
- History of at least one birth
- Not taking hormonal contraceptives or hormones for at least two months (copper IUD okay)
This study is currently recruiting women from the Feinstein and 17th Street patient practices, Drexel/HUH employees, and those referred by word-of-mouth. There is no cost and the study only involves a single blood draw on the second, third or fourth day of the period.
Learn More or Enroll in the Study
Email email@example.com or call/text 267.702.4616 for more information or to enroll in the study.
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