Controlled Ovarian Stimulation (COS) Study

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Center of Reproductive Medicine is currently seeking patients to participate in a fertility research study designed to compare two medications used for controlled ovarian stimulation (COS), in in-vitro fertilization (IVF) cycles.

You may be eligible for the Study if you:

  • Are between 21 to 35 years old
  • Have a regular menstrual cycle of 21 to 45 days
  • Have a history of infertility and desire pregnancy
  • Have an AMH (Anti-Mullerian Hormone) ≥ 5 (ng/mL) 

The study medications and some study-related tests and procedures may be provided at no cost to qualified participants. 

To learn more about the study and determine whether you may be eligible to participate in the study, please contact Maryanne Fisher or Anne Carter.

Vaginal Ring for Birth Control Study


A Clinical Resarch Study For Women


Are you interested in participating in a clinical trial studying an investigational vaginal ring for birth control?

If you qualify for the study, you may receive:

  • Investigational birth control medication at no cost to you for up to one year
  • Study related care at no cost to you
  • Possible reimbursement for time and travel

To learn more about this study and its possible risks and benefits, please call (281) 332-0073



These clinical trials are ongoing at the Center of Reproductive Medicine. Not all of these studies are currently enrolling.

  • Illumina PGS Clinical Trial
  • Beckman-Coulter AMH Clinical Trial
  • Watson Fibroid Clinical Trial
  • AbbVie Fibroid Clinical Trial M12815
  • Ferring IVF Megaset Clinical Trial
  • Merck Dysmenorrhea Clinical Trial 060
  • Merck Contraception Clinical Trial
  • AbbVie Endometriosis Clinical Trial M12821
  • AbbVie Endometriosis Clinical Trial M12702
  • ObsEva Endometriosis Clinical Trial
  • Finox IVF Clinical Trial
  • Beckman-Coulter PCOS Clinical Trial
  • Ferring Lutrepulse Clinical Trial