TARUN JAIN, MD

"Be the change you wish to see in the World"

MK Gandhi

FERTILITY SPECIALIST
Associate Professor, Northwestern Medicine
Board-Certified - Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility

invited talks

 

May 2001 -- University of Washington Medical Center, Annual Husky Day Forum

“Intercycle variability of day 3 serum FSH levels in normal eumenorrheic younger and older women”

 

March 2003 --Brigham & Women’s Hospital, Division of Reproductive Endocrinology Seminar

“Basal FSH versus the clomiphene citrate challenge test for ovarian reserve screening”

 

Oct 2003 -- McKinsey & Company, Boston, MA

Presented “Infertility: the history, misery, mystery, and technology” to a management consulting group
 

Oct 2003 -- University of California at San Francisco, Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology

“Insurance coverage and outcomes of in vitro fertilization”

 

Feb 2004 -- Brigham & Women’s Hospital, Division of Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility

“Health Services Research in Infertility”

 

April 2004 -- Harvard Medical School, Department of Medicine, Channing Laboratory Seminar

“Insurance coverage and outcomes of in vitro fertilization”

 

May 2004 -- Brigham & Women’s Hospital, Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology

“Infertility: a historical perspective”

 

June 2004 -- Children’s Hospital Boston, Division of Newborn Medicine Epidemiology Conference

“Insurance coverage and outcomes of in vitro fertilization”

 

January 2005 -- Chicago Association of Reproductive Endocrinologists (CARE) Meeting

“In vitro fertilization outcomes: the effects of health policy”

 

March 2005 -- National Institutes of Health (NIH) Conference, ‘Health Disparities in Infertility’

“Socioeconomic and racial disparities among infertility patients seeking care”

 

April 2005 -- University of Illinois at Chicago, Department of Ob-Gyn Grand Rounds

“In vitro fertilization outcomes: The impact of health policy”

 

June 2005 -- Northwestern University, Department of Ob-Gyn Grand Rounds

“IVF utilization and outcomes: The impact of health policy”

 

June 2005 -- Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC), ‘National Summit on Preconception Care’

“Socioeconomic and racial disparities among infertility patients seeking care”

 

March 2006 -- Experts in Reproductive Medicine Meeting (plenary talk), Scottsdale, AZ

“Demographics of infertility and barriers to infertility treatment utilization”

 

May 2006 -- University of Illinois at Chicago, Department of Ob-Gyn Grand Rounds

“Infertility: the history, mystery, and technology”

 

Oct 2006 -- ASRM Annual Meeting, Roundtable lunch presentation, New Orleans, LA

“How many embryos should I transfer?”

 

January 2007 -- Chicago Association of Reproductive Endocrinologists (CARE) Meeting

“Disparities in access to infertility services”

 

April 2007 -- Second Annual Antonio Sccomegnia Symposium, Chicago, IL

“Ethnic factors contributing to fibroids”

 

Oct 2007 -- ASRM Annual Meeting, Roundtable lunch presentation, Washington DC

“Guidelines on how many embryos to transfer”

 

March 2008 -- University of Washington, Department of Ob-Gyn Grand Rounds

“ART in the United States: policy and practice”

 

March 2008 -- Seattle Reproductive Medicine (SRM) Conference

“Assisted reproductive technology and health policy”

 

May 2008 -- Council of Physicians & Scientists (COPS) Annual Meeting, Dallas TX

“Disparities in access and outcomes to IVF treatment”

 

May 2008 -- Council of Physicians & Scientists (COPS) Annual Meeting, Dallas TX

“ICSI and non-male factor infertility”

July 2008 -- University of Illinois at Chicago, Disparities in Health Outcomes in Women Lecture Series

“Disparities in access to infertility services”

 

Oct 2008 -- Third Annual Antonio Sccomegnia Symposium, Chicago, IL

“Perimenopausal transition: Is there a best way to assess ovarian reserve?”

 

Nov 2011 -- Advocate Christ Medical Center, Department of Ob/Gyn Grand Rounds

“Infertility: the history, mystery, and technology”

 

Sept 2015 -- ASRM Ethics Committee Webinar

“Disparities in access and outcomes of ART”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tFh3kLnBqjA

 

Oct 2015 -- ASRM Kenneth Ryan Ethics Symposium Invited Lecture, Baltimore MD

“Disparities in access and outcomes of ART”

Oct 2018 -- ASRM Annual Meeting, Roundtable lunch presentation, Denver CO

“Pros and cons of frozen-thaw versus fresh assisted reproductive technology programs"

 

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