Publications Using SART CORS

  1. Stern JE, Cedars MI, Jain T, Klein NA, Beaird CM, Grainger DA, Gibbons WE. Assisted reproductive technology practice patterns and the impact of embryo transfer guidelines in the United States. Fertil Steril 88:275-82, 2007. 
  2. Gibbons W, Grainger D, Cedars M, Jain T, Klein N, Stern J. Continuous quality improvement and assisted reproductive technology multiple gestations: some progress, some answers, more questions. Fertil Steril 88:301-4, 2007.
  3. Seifer DB, Frazier LM, Grainger DA. Disparity in assisted reproductive technologies outcomes in black women compared with white women. Fertil Steril 90:1701-10, 2008.
  4. Stern JE, Goldman MB, Hatasaka H, MacKenzie TA, Racowsky C, Surrey ES. Optimizing the number of blastocyst stage embryos to transfer on day 5 or 6 in women 38 years of age and older: a Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology database study. Fertil Steril 91:157-66, 2009.
  5. Stern JE, Goldman MB, Hatasaka H, MacKenzie TA, Surrey ES, Racowsky C. Optimizing the number of cleavage stage embryos to transfer on day 3 in women 38 years of age and older: a Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology database study. Fertil Steril 91:767-76, 2009.
  6. Luke B, Brown MB, Grainger DA, Stern JE, Klein N, Cedars MI. The effect of early fetal losses on singleton assisted conception pregnancy outcomes. Fertil Steril 91:2578-85, 2009.
  7. Luke B, Brown MB, Grainger DA, Stern JE, Klein N, Cedars MI. The effect of early fetal losses on twin assisted conception pregnancy outcomes. Fertil Steril 91:2586-92, 2009.
  8. Luke B, Brown MB, Grainger DA, Baker VL, Ginsburg E, Stern JE. The sex ratio of singleton offspring in assisted conception pregnancies. Fertil Steril 92:1579-85, 2009.
  9. Fujimoto VY, Luke B, Brown MB, Jain T, Armstrong A, Grainger DA, Hornstein M. Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) Outcomes in the United States. Fertil Steril 93:382-90, 2010.
  10. Luke B, Brown MB, Grainger DA, Cedars M, Klein N, Stern JE. Practice patterns and outcomes with the use of single embryo transfer in the United States. Fertil Steril 93:490-8, 2010.
  11. Seifer, DB, Zackula,R, Grainger, D. Trends of Racial Disparities in Assisted Reproductive Technologies Outcomes in Black Women Compared with White Women: SART 1999-2000 versus 2004-2006. Fertil Steril 93:626-35, 2010.
  12. Racowsky, C, Vernon, M, Meyer, J, Ball, GD, Behr, B, Pomeroy, KO, Wininger, D, Gibbons, W, Conaghan, J, Stern, JE. Standardization of Grading Embryo Morphology. Fertil Steril 94:1152-3, 2010.
  13. Stern, JE, Brown MB, Luke, B, Wantman, E, Lederman, A, Missmer, SA, Hormstein, MD. Calculating Cumulative Live Birth Rates from Linked Cycles of Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART): Data from the Massachusetts SART CORS. Fertil Steril 94:1334-40, 2010.
  14. Luke, B, Brown, MB, Morbeck, DE, Hudson, SB, Coddington III, CC, Stern JE. Factors associated with ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS) and its effect on assisted reproductive technology (ART) treatment and outcome. Fertil Steril 94:1399-404, 2010.
  15. Baker VL, Luke B, Brown MB, Alvero R, Frattarelli JL, Usadi R, Grainger DA, Armstrong AY. Multivariate analysis of factors affecting probability of pregnancy and live birth with in vitro fertilization: An analysis of the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology Clinic Outcomes Reporting System. Fertil Steril 94: 1410-16, 2010.
  16. Racowsky, C, Vernon, M, Meyer, J, Ball, GD, Behr, B, Pomeroy, KO, Wininger, D, Gibbons, W, Conaghan, J, Stern, JE. Standardization of Grading Embryo Morphology. J Assist Reprod Genet 27:437-9, 2010.
  17. Luke B, Brown MB, Stern JE, Grainger DA, Klein N, Cedars M. Effect of embryo transfer number on singleton and twin implantation pregnancy outcomes after assisted reproductive technology (ART). J Reprod Med 55:387-394, 2010.
  18. Luke B, Brown MB, Stern JE, Missmer SA, Fujimoto VY, Leach R. Female obesity adversely affects assisted reproductive technology (ART) pregnancy and live birth rates. Hum Reprod 26:245-52, 2011.
  19. Stern JE, Brown MB, Luke B, Wantman E, Lederman A, Hornstein MD. Cycle 1 as predictor of assisted reproductive technology treatment outcome over multiple cycles: an analysis of linked cycles from the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology Clinic Outcomes Reporting System online database. Fertil Steril 95:600-5, 2011.
  20. Gibbons WE, Cedars M, Ness R. Toward Understanding Obstetrical Outcome in Advanced Assisted Reproduction (ART): Varying Sperm, Oocyte, and Uterine Source And Diagnosis. Fertil Steril 95:1645-9.e1, 2011.   
  21. Luke B, Brown MB, Stern JE, Missmer SA, Fujimoto VY, Leach R. Racial and ethnic disparities in assisted reproductive technology (ART) pregnancy and live birth rates within body mass index (BMI) categories. Fertil Steril 95:1661-6, 2011.
  22. Racowsky C, Stern JE, Gibbons WE, Behr B, Pomeroy KO, Biggers JD. National collection of embryo morphology data into Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology Clinic Outcomes Reporting System: associations among day 3 cell number, fragmentation and blastomere asymmetry, and live birth rate. Fertil Steril 95:1985-9, 2011.  
  23. Vernon M, Stern JE, Ball GD, Wininger D, Mayer J, Racowsky C. Utility of the national embryo morphology data collection by SART: Correlation between day 3 morphology grade and live birth outcome. Fertil Steril 30;95:2761-3, 2011.
  24. Nangia AK, Luke B, Megid WA, Smith J, Mak W, Stern JE. National study of factors influencing assisted reproductive technology (ART) outcomes with male factor infertility. Fertil Steril 96:609-14, 2011.
  25. Luke, B, Brown, MB, Missmer, SA, Bukulmez, O, Leach, R, Stern JE. The effect of increasing obesity on the response to and outcome of assisted reproductive technology: a national study. Fertil Steril 96:820-5, 2011.
  26. Ginsburg ES, Baker VL, Racowsky C, Wantman E, Goldfarb J, Stern JE. Use of preimplantation genetic diagnosis and preimplantation genetic screening in the United States: a Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology Writing Group paper. Fertil Steril 96:865-8, 2011.
  27. Kalra SK, Ratcliffe SJ, Coutifaris C, Molinaro T, Barnhart KT. Ovarian stimulation and low birthweight in newborns conceived through in vitro fertilization. Obstet Gynecol 118:863-71, 2011.
  28. Calhoun KC, Fritz MA, Steiner AZ. Examining the relationship between ovarian reserve, as measured by basal FSH levels, and the risk of poor obstetric outcome in singleton IVF gestations. Hum Reprod 26:3424-30, 2011.
  29. Dickey RP, Xiong X, Gee RE, Pridjian G. Effect of maternal height and weight on risk of preterm birth in singleton and twin births resulting from in vitro fertilization: a retrospective cohort study using the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology Clinic Outcome Reporting System. Fertil Steril 97:349-54, 2012.
  30. Stern JE, Hickman TN, Kinzer D, Penzias AS, Ball GD, Gibbons WE. Can the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology Clinic Outcome Reporting System (SART CORS) be used to accurately report clinic total reproductive potential (TRP)? Fertil Steril 97:886-9, 2012.
  31. Stern JE, Lieberman ES, Macaluso M, Racowsky C. Is cryopreservation of embryos a legitimate surrogate marker of embryo quality in studies of assisted reproductive technology conducted using national databases? Fertil Steril 97:890-3, 2012.
  32. Luke B, Brown MB, Wantman E, Lederman A, Gibbons W, Schattman GL, Lobo RA, Leach RE, Stern JE. Cumulative birth rates with linked assisted reproductive technology cycles. N Engl J Med 366:2483-91, 2012.
  33. Kalra SK, Ratcliffe SJ, Barnhart KT, Coutifaris C. Extended embryo culture and an increased risk of preterm delivery. Obstet Gynecol 120:69-75, 2012.
  34. Wellons MF, Fujimoto VY, Baker VL, Barrington DS, Broomfield D, Catherino WH, Richard-Davis G, Ryan M, Thornton K, Armstrong AY. Race matters: a systematic review of racial/ethnic disparity in Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology reported outcomes. Fertil Steril 98:406-9, 2012.
  35. Stern JE, Brown MB, Wantman E, Kalra SK, Luke B. Live birth rates and birth outcomes by diagnosis using linked cycles from the SART CORS database. J Assist Reprod Genet 30:1445-50, 2013.
  36. Dickey RP, Xiong X, Xie Y, Gee RE, Pridjian G. Effect of maternal height and weight on risk for preterm singleton and twin births resulting from IVF in the United States, 2008-2010. Am J Obstet Gynecol 209:349.e1-6, 2013.
  37. Xiong X, Pridjian G, Dickey RP. Racial and ethnic disparities in preterm births in infants conceived by in vitro fertilization in the United States. Am J Obstet Gynecol 209:128.e1-6, 2013.
  38. Butts SF, Ratcliffe S, Dokras A, Seifer DB. Diagnosis and treatment of diminished ovarian reserve in assisted reproductive technology cycles of women up to age 40 years: the role of insurance mandates. Fertil Steril 99:382-8, 2013.        
  39. Gordon JD, Dimattina M, Reh A, Botes A, Celia G, Payson M. Utilization and success rates of unstimulated in vitro fertilization in the United States: an analysis of the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology database. Fertil Steril 100:392-5, 2013.
  40. Luke B, Brown MB, Wantman E, Baker VL, Grow DR, Stern JE. Second try: who returns for additional ART treatment and the effect of a prior ART birth. Fertil Steril 100:1580-4, 2013.
  41. Declercq ER, Belanoff C, Diop H, Gopal D, Hornstein MD, Kotelchuck M, Luke B, Stern JE. Identifying women with indicators of subfertility in a statewide population database: Operationalizing the missing link in ART research. Fertil Steril 101:463-71 2014.
  42. Marshall SM, Onwubalili N, Brown K, Jindal SK, McGovern PG. Blastocyst expansion score and trophectoderm morphology strongly predict successful clinical pregnancy and live birth following elective single embryo blastocyst transfer (SET): A national study. J Assist Reprod Genetics 30:1577-81, 2013.
  43. Luke B, Brown MB, Wantman E, Stern JE. Factors associated with monozygosity in assisted reproductive technology pregnancies and the risk of recurrence using linked cycles. Fertil Steril 101:683-9, 2014.
  44. Steward RG, Lan L, Shah AA, Yeh JS, Price TM, Goldfarb JM, Muasher SJ. Oocyte number as a predictor for ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome and live birth: an analysis of 256,381 in vitro fertilization cycles. Fertil Steril 101:967-73, 2014.
  45. Kotelchuck M, Hoang L, Stern JE, Diop H, Belanoff C, Declercq E. The MOSART Database: Linking the SART CORS Clinical Database to the Population-Based Massachusetts PELL Reproductive Public Health Data System. Matern Child Health J 18:2167-78, 2014.
  46. Stern JE, Kotelchuck M, Luke B, Declercq E, Cabral H, Diop H. Calculating length of gestation from the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology Clinic Outcome Reporting System (SART CORS) database versus vital records may alter reported rates of prematurity. Fertil Steril 101:1315-20, 2014.
  47. Liberman RF, Stern JE, Luke B, Reefhuis J, Anderka M. Maternal Self-Report of Assisted Reproductive Technology Use in the National Birth Defects Prevention Study: Validation using fertility clinic data. Epidemiology 25:773-5 2014.
  48. Yeh JS, Steward RG, Dude AM, Shah AA, Goldfarb JM, Muasher SJ. Pregnancy outcomes decline in recipients over age 44: an analysis of 27,959 fresh donor oocyte in vitro fertilization cycles from the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology. Fertil Steril 101:1331-6, 2014.
  49. Luke B, Brown MB, Stern JE, Jindal SK, Racowsky C, Ball GD. Using the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology Clinic Outcome System morphological measures to predict live birth after assisted reproductive technology. Fertil Steril 102:1338-44, 2014.
  50. Gee RE, Dickey RP, Xiong X, Clark LS, Pridjian G. Impact of monozygotic twinning on multiple births resulting from in vitro fertilization in the United States, 2006-2010. Am J Obstet Gynecol 210:468.e1-6, 2014.
  51. Stern JE, Luke B, Hornstein MD, Cabral H, Gopal D, Diop H, Kotelchuck M. The effect of father's age in fertile, subfertile, and assisted reproductive technology pregnancies: A population based cohort study. J Assist Reprod Genet 31:1437-44, 2014.
  52. Yeh JS, Steward RG, Dude AM, Shah AA, Goldfarb JM, Muasher SJ. Pregnancy rates in donor oocyte cycles compared to similar autologous in vitro fertilization cycles: an analysis of 26,457 fresh cycles from the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology. Fertil Steril 102:399-404, 2014.
  53. Luke B, Brown MB, Wantman E, Stern JE, Baker VL, Widra E, Coddington CC 3rd, Gibbons WE, Ball GD. A prediction model for live birth and multiple births within the first three cycles of assisted reproductive technology. Fertil Steril 102:744-52, 2014.
  54. Butts SF, Owen C, Mainigi M, Senapati S, Seifer DB, Dokras A. Assisted hatching and intracytoplasmic sperm injection are not associated with improved outcomes in assisted reproduction cycles for diminished ovarian reserve: an analysis of cycles in the United States from 2004 to 2011. Fertil Steril 102:1041-1047, 2014.
  55. Liberman RF, Stern JE, Luke B, Reefhuis J, Anderka M. Validating assisted reproductive technology self-report. Epidemiology 25:773-5, 2014.
  56. Pal L, Kidwai N, Kayani J, Grant WB. Donor egg IVF model to assess ecological implications for ART success. J Assist Reprod Genet 31:1453-60, 2014.
  57. Xiong X, Dickey RP, Pridjian G Buekens P. Maternal age and preterm births in singleton and twin pregnancies conceived by in vitro fertilization in the United States. Paediatr Perinat Epidemiol 29:22-30, 2015.
  58. Fechner AJ, Brown KR, Onwubalili N, Jindal SK, Weiss G, Goldsmith LT, McGovern PG. Effect of single embryo transfer on the risk of preterm birth associated with in vitro fertilization. J Assist Reprod Genetics 32:221-4, 2015.
  59. Baker VL, Brown MB, Luke B, Conrad KP. Association of number of retrieved oocytes with live birth rate and birth weight: an analysis of 231,815 cycles of in vitro fertilization. Fertil Steril 103:931-938, 2015.
  60. Luke B, Brown MB, Wantman E, Stern JE, Baker VL, Widra E, Coddington CC 3rd, Gibbons WE, Van Voorhis BJ, Ball, GD. Application of a validated prediction model for in vitro fertilization: Comparison of live birth rates and multiple birth rates with one embryo transferred over two cycles versus two embryos in one cycle. Am J Obstet Gynecol 212:676.e1-7, 2015.
  61. Declercq E, Luke B, Belanoff C, Cabral H, Diop H, Gopal D, Hoang L, Kotelchuck M, Stern JE, Hornstein MD. Perinatal outcomes associated with assisted reproductive technology: The Massachusetts outcomes study of assisted reproductive technologies (MOSART). Fertil Steril 103:888-95, 2015.
  62. Baker VL, Brown MB, Luke B, Smith GW, Ireland JJ. Gonadotropin dose is negatively correlated with live birth rate: analysis of more than 650,000 assisted reproductive technology cycles. Fertil Steril 104:1145-52.e1-5, 2015.
  63. Stern JE, Luke B, Tobias M, Gopal D, Hornstein MD, Diop H. Adverse pregnancy and birth outcomes by infertility diagnoses with and without ART treatment. Fertil Steril 103:1438-45, 2015.
  64. Buck Louis GM, Druschel C, Bell E, Stern JE, Luke B, McLain A, Sundaram R, Yeung E. Use of assisted reproductive technology treatment as reported by mothers in comparison with registry data: the Upstate KIDS Study. Fertil Steril 103:1461-8, 2015.
  65. Luke B, Stern JE, Kotelchuck M, Declercq ER, Hornstein MD, Gopal D, Hoang L, Diop H. Adverse pregnancy outcomes after in vitro fertilization: Effect of number of embryos transferred and plurality at conception. Fertil Steril 104:79-86, 2015.
  66. Declercq ER, Luke B, Stern JE, Diop H, Gopal D, Cabral H, Belanoff C, Kotelchuck M. Maternal Postpartum Hospitalization Following ART Births (Research letter) Epidemiology 26:e64-65, 2015.
  67. Luke B, Brown MB, Spector LG, Missmer SA, Leach RE, Williams M, Koch L, Smith Y, Stern JE, Ball GD, Schymura MJ. Cancer in women after assisted reproductive technology. Fertil Steril 104:1218-26, 2015.
  68. Luke B, Stern JE, Kotelchuck M, Declercq E, Cohen B, Diop H. Birth outcomes by infertility diagnosis: Analyses of the Massachusetts Outcomes Study of Assisted Reproductive Technologies (MOSART). J Reprod Med 60:480-490, 2015.
  69. Luke B, Brown MB, Missmer SA, Spector LG, Leach RE, Williams M, Koch L, Smith YR, Stern JE, Ball GD, Schymura MJ. Assisted reproductive technology use and outcomes among women with a history of cancer. Human Reprod 31:183-9, 2016.
  70. Luke B, Stern JE, Hornstein MD, Kotelchuck M, Diop H, Cabral H, Declercq ER. Is the wrong question being asked in infertility research? J Assist Reprod Genetics 33:3-8, 2016.
  71. Diop H, Gopal D, Cabral H, Belanoff C, Declercq ER, Kotelchuck M, Luke B, Stern JE. Assisted reproductive technology and Early Intervention enrollment. Pediatrics 137 (3) e20152007, 2016.
  72. Belanoff C, Declercq ER, Diop H, Gopal D, Kotelchuck M, Luke B, Nguyen T, Stern JE. Severe maternal morbidity and the use of assisted reproductive technology. Obstet Gynecol 127:527-534, 2016.
  73. Luke B, Stern JE, Kotelchuck M, Declercq E, Anderka M, Diop H. Birth outcomes by infertility treatment: Analyses of the Massachusetts Outcomes Study of Assisted Reproductive Technologies (MOSART). J Reprod Med 61:114-127, 2016.
  74. Luke B, Brown MB, Spector LG, Stern JE, Smith YR, Williams M, Koch L, Schymura MJ. Embryo banking among women diagnosed with cancer: A population-based study in New York, Texas, and Illinois. J Assist Reprod Genetics 33:667-674, 2016.
  75. Toner J, Coddington CC, Doody K, van Voorhis B, Seifer D, Ball GD, Luke B, Wantman E. SART & ART in the US: a 2016 Update. Fertil Steril 106:541-6, 2016.
  76. Dickey, RP, Xiong X, Pridjian G, Klempel, MC. Singleton birthweight by gestational age following in vitro fertilization in the United States. Am J Obstet Gynecol 214(1):101.e1-101.e13, 2016.
  77. Seifer DB, Tal O, Wantman E, Edul P, Baker VL. Prognostic indicators of ART outcomes of cycles with ultra-low serum antimüllerian hormone (AMH): a multivariate analysis of over 5000 autologous cycles from the SART CORS database for 2012-2013. Fertil Steril 105:385-93, 2016.
  78. Styer AK, Luke B, Christianson MS, Vitek W, Baker V, Armstrong A, Polotsky AJ.  Factors associated with the use of elective single embryo transfer and pregnancy outcomes in the United States 2004-2012. Fertil Steril 106:80-9, 2016.
  79. Luke B, Brown MB, Spector LG. Validation of Infertility Treatment and Assisted Reproductive Technology Use On the Birth Certificate in Eight States. (Research Letter) Am J Obstet Gynecol 215:126-7, 2016.
  80. Stern JE, McLain AC, Buck Louis GM, Luke B, Yeung EH. Accuracy of self-reported survey data on assisted reproductive technology treatment parameters and reproductive history. Am J Obstet Gynecol 215:219.e1-6, 2016.
  81. Acharya KS, Keyhan S, Acharya CR, Yeh JS, Provost MP, Goldfarb JM, Muasher SJ. Do donor oocytes cycles comply with ARM/SART embryo transfer guidelines? An analysis of 13,393 donor cycles from the SART registry. Fertil Steril 106:603-07, 2016.
  82. Keyhan S, Acharya KS, Acharya CR, Yeh SJ, Provost MP, Goldfarb JM, Muasher SJ. How compliant are in vitro fertilization member clinics in following embryo transfer guidelines? An analysis of 59,689 fresh first in vitro fertilization autologous cycles from 2011 to 2012. Fertil Steril 106:645-52, 2016.
  83. Dude AM, Yeh JS, Muasher SJ. Donor oocytes are associated with preterm birth when compared to fresh autologous in vitro fertilization cycles in singleton pregnancies. Fertil Steril 106:660-5, 2016.
  84. Stern JE, Gopal D, Liberman R, Anderka M, Kotelchuck M, Luke B. Validation of birth outcomes from the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology Clinic Outcome Reporting System (SART CORS): population-based analysis from Massachusetts Outcome Study of Assisted Reproductive Technology (MOSART). Fertil Steril 106:717-22, 2016.
  85. Luke B, Gopal D, Cabral H, Diop H, Stern JE. Perinatal outcomes of singleton siblings: The effects of maternal fertility status and ART treatment. J Assist Reprod Genetics 33:1203-13, 2016.
  86. Grimstad FW, Nangia AK, Luke B, Stern JE, Mak W. Use of ICSI in IVF cycles in women with tubal ligation does not improve pregnancy or live birth rates. Human Reprod 31:2750-2755, 2016.
  87. Provost MP, Thomas SM, Yeh JS, Hurd WH, and Eaton JL. State insurance mandates and multiple birth rates after in vitro fertilization. Obstet Gynecol 128:1205-14, 2016.
  88. Dickey RP, Pridjian G, Xiong X, Klempel MC. Birth weight by gestational age for 76,710 twins born in the United States as a result of In Vitro Fertilization: 2006-2010. Am J Perinatology 34: 31-37, 2017.
  89. Kushnir VA, Darmon SA, Shapiro AJ Albertini DF, Barad DH, Gleicher N. Utilization of third party reproductive technology in the United States. Am J Obstet Gynecol Mar; 216:266.e1-266.e10, 2017.
  90. Wang ET, Kathiresan ASQ, Bresee C, Greene N, Alexander C, Pisarska MD. Abnormal implantation after fresh and frozen in vitro fertilization cycles. Fertil Steril 107:1153–8, 2017.
  91. Shapiro AJ, Darmon SK, Barad DH, Albertini DF, Gleicher N, Kushnir VA. Effect of race and ethnicity on utilization and outcomes of assisted reproductive technology in the USA. Reprod Bio and Endo 15:44, 2017.
  92. Xiong X, Dickey RP, Buekens P, Shaffer J, Pridjian G. Use of Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection and Birth Outcomes in Women Conceiving Through In Vitro Fertilization. Paediatr Perinat Epidemiol 108-115, 2017.
  93. Knudtson JF, Failor CM, Gelfond JA, Goros MW, Chang TA, Schenken RS, Robinson RD. Assisted hatching and live births in first-cycle frozen embryo transfers. Fertil Steril 108:628–3, 2017.
  94. Luke B, Brown MB, Wantman E, Stern JE, Toner J, Coddington CC. Increased risk of large-for-gestational age birthweight in singleton siblings conceived with in vitro fertilization in frozen versus fresh cycles. J Assist Reprod Genetics 34:191-200, 2017.
  95. Luke B, Stern JE, Hornstein MD, Kotelchuck M, Diop H, Cabral H, Declercq ER. Is the wrong question being asked in infertility research? J Assist Reprod Genetics 33:3-8, 2017.
  96. Luke B, Gopal D, Stern JE, Diop H. Pregnancy, birth, and infant outcomes by maternal fertility status: The Massachusetts Outcomes Study of Assisted Reproductive Technology. Am J Obstet Gynecol, 217:327.e1-14, 2017.
  97. Luke B, Gopal D, Stern JE, Diop H. Adverse pregnancy, birth, and infant outcomes in twins: Effects of maternal fertility status and infant gender combination. The Massachusetts Outcomes Study of Assisted Reproductive Technology.  Am J Obstet Gynecol 217:330.e1-15, 2017.
  98. Luke B. Invited Expert Review. Adverse effects of female obesity and interaction with race on reproductive potential. Fertil Steril 107:868-877, 2017.
  99. Stern JE, Gopal D, Diop H, Missmer S, Coddington C, Luke B. Inpatient hospitalizations in women with and without assisted reproductive technology live birth. J Assist Reprod Genetics 34:1043-1049, 2017.
  100. Liberman R, Getz KD, Luke B, Stern JE, Declercq ER, Chen X, Anderka M. Assisted Reproductive Technology and Birth Defects: Effects of Subfertility and Multiple Births. Birth Defects 109:1144-1153, 2017.
  101. Barad DH, Darmon SK, Kushnir VA, Albertini DF, Gleicher N. Impact of Preimplantation Genetic Screening on Donor oocyte-recipient cycles in the United States. Am J Obstet Gynecol 217:576.e1-e8, 2017.
  102. Mersereau J, Stanhiser J, Coddington C, Jones T, Luke B, Brown MB. Patient and cycle characteristics predicting high pregnancy rates with single embryo transfer: an analysis of the SART outcomes between 2004 and 2013. Fertil Steril 108:750-756, 2017.
  103. Luke B. Invited Expert Review. Pregnancy and birth outcomes in couples with infertility with and without assisted reproductive technology: With an emphasis on US population-based studies. Am J Obstet Gynecol 217:270-281, 2017.
  104. Luke B, Brown MB, Liu CL, Diop H, Stern JE. Validation of severe maternal morbidity on the US certificate of live birth (Research Letter) Epidemiology 29:e31-e32, 2018.
  105. Vega M, Zaghi S, Buyuk E, Jindal S. Are All Twins Monozygotic Following Elective Single Embryo Transfer? Analysis of 32,600 eSET Cycles Reported to SART. Fertil Steril 109:118-122, 2018.
  106. Tal R, Seifer DB, Wantman E, Baker V, Tal O. Antimullerian hormone as a predictor of live birth following assisted reproduction: an analysis of 85,062 fresh and thawed cycles from the Society of Assisted Reproductive Technology Clinic Outcome Reporting System database for 2012-2013. Fertil Steril 109:258-265, 2018.
  107. Murugappan G, Farland LV, Missmer SA, Correia KF, Anchan RM, Ginsburg ES. Gestational carrier in Assisted Reproductive Technology. Fertil Steril 109:420-8, 2018.
  108. Holden EC, Kashani BN, Morelli SS, Alderson D, Jindal SK, McGovern PG. Improved outcomes after blastocyst stage frozen, thawed embryo transfers compared to cleavage stage: a SART CORS study. Fertil Steril 110:89-94, 2018.
  109. Keyhan S, Truong T, Li Y-J, Jackson-Bey T, Eaton J.  Preterm delivery and low birth weights among neonates conceived with Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection compared with Conventional In Vitro Fertilization. Obstet Gynecol 131:262-268, 2018.
  110. Quinn MM, Rosen MP, Huddleston HG, Cedars MI, Fujimoto VI. Interpregnancy interval (IPI) and singleton live birth outcomes from in vitro fertilization (IVF). Obstet Gynecol 132:115-121, 2018.
  111. Quinn MM, Rosen MP, Allen IE, Huddleston HG, Cedars MI, Fujimoto VY. Decreased clinical pregnancy and live birth rates from delivery to subsequent assisted reproductive treatment cycle. Human Reprod 33:1316-1321, 2018.
  112. Luke B, Brown MB, Liu CL, Diop H, Stern JE. Validation of severe maternal morbidity on the US certificate of live birth (Research Letter). Epidemiology 29:e31-32, 2018.
  113. Amrane S, Lobo R, Brown MB, Luke B. Factors associated with interpregnancy interval among women treated with in vitro fertilization. J Assist Reprod Genetics 35:1595-1602, 2018.
  114. Nichols HB, Anderson C, Ruddy K, Black KZ, Luke B, Engel S, Mersereau J. Childbirth after adolescent and young adult cancer in North Carolina, 2000-2014. Journal of Cancer Survivorship 12:592-600, 2018.
  115. Mahesan AM, Sadek S, Moussavi V, Vazifedan T, Majeed A, Cunningham T, Oehninger S, Bocca S.   Clinical outcomes following ICSI cycles using surgically recovered sperm and the impact of maternal age: 2004-2015 SART CORS registry. J Assist Reprod Genetics, 35:1239-46, 2018.
  116. Vega M, Zaghi S, Buyuk E, Jindal S, Yu B. Comparison of perinatal outcomes following frozen embryo transfer cycles using autologous versus donor oocytes in women 40 to 43 years old: analysis of SART CORS data. J Assist Reprod Genetics 35:2025-9, 2018.
  117. Acharya KS, Acharya CR, Bishop K, Harris B, Raburn D, Muasher SJ. Freezing of all embryos in in vitro fertilization is beneficial in high responders, but not intermediate and low responders: an analysis of 82,935 cycles from the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology registry. Fertil Steril 110:880-7, 2018.
  118. Luke B, Boulet S, Henningsen AKA. Chapter 3.5. Monitoring long-term outcomes of ART practice: Linking ART surveillance data with other datasets. In Assisted Reproductive Technology Surveillance. Dmitry Kissin, David Adamson, Georgina Chambers (editors). Oxford: Cambridge.
  119. Seifer DB, Wantman E, Sparks AT, Luke B, Doody KJ, Toner JP, Van Voorhis BJ, Reindollar RH. National survey of the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology membership regarding insurance coverage for assisted reproductive technologies. Fertil Steril 110:1081-88, 2018.
  120. Yu B, Fritz R, Negassa A, Xie X, Jindal S, Vega M, Buyuk E. Use of donor sperm in ART cycles does not affect gestational age or birth weights. Fertil Steril 110:1285-89, 2018.
  121. Segal TR, Kim K, Mumford SL, Goldfarb JM, Weinerman RS. How much does the uterus matter? Perinatal outcomes are improved when donor oocyte embryos are transferred to gestational carriers compared to intended parent recipients. Fertil Steril 110:888-895, 2018.
  122. Nichols HB, Anderson C, Ruddy K, Black KZ, Luke B, Engel S, Mersereau J. Childbirth after adolescent and young adult cancer: a population-based study. J Cancer Surviv 12:592-600, 2018.
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  132. Olcha M, Kuokkanen S, Negassa A, Pal L, Jindal SK. Exposure to natural disasters may influence gender selection in utero: analysis of 451,848 fertility cycles occurring during the time of Hurricane Katrina. In preparation.
  133. Hipp HS, Shandley L, Schirmer DA, McKenzie L, Kawwass JF. Oocyte cryopreservation in young women. In preparation.
  134. Roeca C, Johnson R, Truong T, Carlson N, Polotsky AJ. Transfer of fresh versus frozen embryos for donor oocyte recipients. In preparation.
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  137. Park H, Sundaram R, Bell EM, Bell G, Ghassabian A, Lawrence DA, Luke B, Yeung E. Newborn biomarkers on infectious and respiratory diseases during early childhood. In preparation.
  138. Luke B, Brown MB, Wantman E, Foresteri N, Watkins S, Yazdy M, Browne M, Fisher S, Schymura MJ, Canfield MA, Ethen M, Nichols HB, Oehninger S, Doody K. The risk of birth defects among children conceived with in vitro fertilization. In preparation.
  139. Luke B, Brown MB, Wantman E, Meyer RE, Foresteri N, Watkins S, Yazdy M, Browne M, Fisher S, Canfield MA, Ethen M, Nichols HB, Oehninger S, Doody K. Risk of blastogenesis birth defects in IVF, non-IVF ART, and fertile births. In preparation.
  140. Luke B, Brown MB, Wantman E, Meyer RE, Foresteri N, Watkins S, Yazdy M, Browne M, Fisher S, Schymura MJ, Canfield MA, Ethen M, Nichols HB, Oehninger S, Doody K. The risk of cancer among children with birth defects: the effect of conception by in vitro fertilization. In preparation.
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  142. Baker VL, Brown MB, Luke B. Risk of pre-eclampsia in IVF pregnancies in the absence of the corpus luteum. In preparation.
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