Research is an important tool in promoting fertility treatments and understanding the mechanisms of infertility.
I am an active researcher in the IVF unit at the Rabin Medical Center and at the Weizmann Institute of Science.
My research focuses on predicting response to treatment, adapting new diagnostic methods and innovative research on reduction in testosterone levels and its effects on our bodies.
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2. Lazer T, Dar S, Shlush E, Al Kudmani BS, Quach K, Sojecki A, Glass K, Sharma P, Baratz A, Librach CL: Comparison of IVF Outcomes between Minimal Stimulation and High-Dose Stimulation for Patients with Poor Ovarian Reserve. Int J Reprod Med 2014, 2014:581451.
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4. Maghen L*, Shlush E*, Gat I, Filice M, Barretto T, Jarvi K, Lo K, Gauthier-Fisher AS, Librach CL: Human umbilical perivascular cells: a novel source of MSCs to support testicular niche regeneration. Reproduction 2016. *Equal contribution
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