Our Dedication to Fertility Research – Here’s The Latest

Fertility research

At RMA of Southern California, research and education are at the forefront of our practice. Our physicians and scientists consistently lead the way in fertility research, setting industry standards for practices worldwide.  

Fertility researchThis week, our Southern California Laboratory Director, Katherine Scott, MSc, TS., will have her fertility research presented at the American Society for Reproductive Medicine’s (ASRM) Scientific Congress & Expo – the largest conference dedicated to research relating to assisted reproductive medicine. 

Katherine was an author on a noteworthy study that can help advance our knowledge about embryo screening and selection. What does this mean for patients? Think better, safer, more effective IVF treatment with higher success rates and healthier babies.  

It’s no small feat to present research at this prestigious event! Thousands of experts in reproductive medicine from around the globe will be in attendance and will have access to Katherine’s findings. We are extremely proud of her work and excited to have her as part of our practice in Southern California.

RMA of Southern California is dedicated to continuing our leadership in fertility research and education in the field of reproductive medicine. It’s through research that we can impact patient care, make strides in advancing fertility treatments, and increase accessibility for families everywhere. 

As Katherine puts it, “there’s always a value to learning more!”   

The belief that fertility research drives improvements in outcomes has always been at the core of IVI-RMA Global. Our team finds great worth in contributing our findings to the ASRM, who has been extremely devoted to the advancement of information, education, and standards in reproductive medicine.  

We look forward to this year’s gathering in Denver, CO., where IVI-RMA researchers throughout our network will be presenting upwards of 20 other studies over the course of the five-day event.