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Our Research

Our Research


Pacific Reproductive Center recognizes the importance of original medical research for our patients. PRC takes this responsibility seriously, and is an international leader in reproductive biology research. PRC is committed to making scientific contributions to our field, both from our own investigations and with collaborative study with colleagues elsewhere. Our team’s peer-review medical publications (indexed by the U.S. National Library of Medicine/PubMed) are linked below:


Teaching reproductive endocrinology in Iran: Pilot assessment of hospital-based clinical modules for medical students at Tehran University of Medical Sciences.

Rashidi B, Nemati M, Ghazizadeh M, Salem SA, Collins GS, Sills ES.
Health 2013 Feb;5:175-178.



Array comparative genomic hybridization screening in IVF significantly reduces number of embryos available for cryopreservation.

Liu J, Sills ES, Yang Z, Salem SA, Rahil T, Collins GS, Liu X, Salem RD.
Clinical & Experimental Reproductive Medicine 2012 Jun;39(2):52-7. FREE Article



Comprehensive genetic assessment of the human embryo: can empiric application of microarray comparative genomic hybridization reduce multiple gestation rate by single fresh blastocyst transfer?

Sills ES, Yang Z, Walsh DJ, Salem SA.
Archives of Gynecology & Obstetrics 2012 Sep;286(3):755-61.



Selection of single blastocysts for fresh transfer via standard morphology assessment alone and with array CGH for good prognosis IVF patients: results from a randomized pilot study.

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Yang Z, Liu J, Collins GS, Salem SA, Liu X, Lyle SS, Peck AC, Sills ES, Salem RD.
Molecular Cytogenetics 2012 May 2;5(1):24. FREE Article



Bivariate analysis of basal serum anti-Müllerian hormone measurements and human blastocyst development after IVF.

Sills ES, Collins GS, Brady AC, Walsh DJ, Marron KD, Peck AC, Walsh AP, Salem RD.
Reproductive Biology & Endocrinology 2011 Dec 2;9:153. Free PMC Article



Central insulin-like growth factor 1 receptors play distinct roles in the control of reproduction, food intake, and body weight in female rats.

Todd BJ, Fraley GS, Peck AC, Schwartz GJ, Etgen AM.
Biology of Reproduction 2007 Sep;77(3):492-503. Free Article



Ovarian dysgenesis associated with an unbalanced X;6 translocation: First characterisation of reproductive anatomy and cytogenetic evaluation in partial trisomy 6 with breakpoints at Xq22 and 6p23.

Sills ES, Cotter PD, Marron KD, Shkrobot LV, Walsh HM, Salem RD.
Molecular Medicine Report 2012 Jan;5(1):29-31.