Reproductive Endocrine Research and Ultrasound Clinic
Judith Adams, RN, DMU, RDMS, an internationally recognized expert in pelvic ultrasonography, has been staff ultrasonographer with the Reproductive Endocrine Associates since 1987. In addition to playing a critical role in our ovulation induction program, she has an active role in many ongoing research protocols.
Since 2004, the Reproductive Endocrine Associates practice has been accredited by the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine (AIUM) in recognition of its excellence in patient care.
Interface with Clinical Investigation
The Reproductive Endocrine Associates practice is directed by Dr. Frances Hayes, our Associate Chief for Clinical and Teaching Affairs. It consists of eight adult endocrinologists, all of whom have expertise in clinical investigation as well as practice. We provide comprehensive specialty services for patients with reproductive endocrine problems–including menstrual cycle abnormalities, polycystic ovarian syndrome, menopause and hormone replacement therapy, male and female infertility, premature ovarian failure, Kallmann’s Syndrome, and pubertal disorders. Services are also available for a wide spectrum of reproductive disorders not included in this list. In addition, as part of the National Center for Infertility Research, ongoing clinical and basic research projects within the Unit continuously provide new information on these disorders, providing patients with access to new and innovative clinical investigation protocols.