In a recent paper, a team of scientists led by Mass General's Elizabeth Klerman, MD, PhD, calls for more research to understand the neurophysiological changes in the brain that occur during the circadian night.
Explore infertility research at the Massachusetts General Hospital Fertility Center and search open clinical trials and medical studies.
The Vincent Center for Reproductive Biology consists of basic and clinical scientists whose primary research emphasis includes infertility, aging and cancer as they pertain to the ovary and uterus. The center provides an optimal environment for individuals who are interested in integrating clinical and basic sciences and have a strong desire to pursue a career in academic research.
Search for clinical trials and research studies currently seeking participants.
The EARtH study, which is recruited through the Harvard School of Public Health, explores how exposure to chemicals found in the environment and lifestyle choices (such as smoking) may affect reproductive health.
START (Symptom Tracking in Assisted Reproductive Technologies) Study
The START Study tracks women’s mood symptoms throughout infertility treatment cycles. Study participants include women with a history of major depression or bipolar depression currently in remission who are planning or are under going infertility treatment. (Ongoing but not enrolling)
Related News and Articles
- Jul | 29 | 2022
July is Bereaved Parents Month, an internationally recognized day to honor the parents of children who have died. Find out how MGfC's new Pediatric Bereavement Program observed the month.
- Jul | 22 | 2022
Massachusetts General Hospital’s mobile COVID-19 vaccination van quadrupled its initial annual goal by providing more than 8,000 vaccinations within vulnerable communities hardest hit by the pandemic.
- Jul | 19 | 2022
Pediatricians have seen firsthand their patients struggle with nicotine addiction due to e-cigarette use and are now calling on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to take strong action to curb youth use of these addictive products.
- Jul | 15 | 2022
Hospitals have long taken an outsized toll on the climate, with their monitors, machines, and round-the-clock lighting consuming nearly three times as much energy as the average commercial building. Learn how we're working to decrease our environmental footprint.
- Jul | 14 | 2022
In a clinical trial lead by Dr. Edmarie Guzmán-Vélez, McCance Center faculty, assistant professor at Harvard Medical School and neuropsychologist at the Massachusetts General Hospital, she, Dr. Steven Arnold and her collaborators have been studying the effects of a vitamin B3 complex.