Help us understand the genetic drivers of infertility with Celmatix

In our continued commitment to innovation in the treatment of infertility, Stanford Fertility and Reproductive Medicine Clinic has partnered with Celmatix to conduct an ambitious research study that will help us understand the genetic factors that underlie both fertility potential and infertility.

Your participation could help us get one step closer to understanding unexplained infertility and a woman’s fertility potential.

If you are a current or prospective patient of Stanford Fertility and Reproductive Medicine Clinic, we invite you to join this national research effort.

Who is eligible to participate?

Any woman between the ages of 18-45 is eligible to participate, including those who are seeking help conceiving and/or fertility preservation.

What will I be asked to do?

You will be asked to donate blood during a routine blood draw and to allow researchers to review your relevant medical information. This information will be used to help discover genetic factors associated with a woman’s fertility.

Study Director and Researcher:
Lynn M Westphal, MD
REI Division
Department of OB/GYN

For more information, please contact:
Oshra Sedan, PhD CCRC
Study Coordinator

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