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COVID-19 Research

At the onset of the pandemic, our clinicians developed a rapid response to study the effects of COVID-19 exposure on early pregnancy as well as pregnancy using assisted reproductive technologies. Within weeks of the onset of the pandemic, our research team was developing studies that are now nationwide. When confronted with change, our research team is consistently striving to investigate these changes and potential effects on reproductive health and fertility.

Status: Active, Enrolling

ASPIRE Study | Assessing the Safety of Pregnancy In the Coronavirus Pandemic

A team of UCSF researchers at CRH are spearheading a nation-wide study to better understand the effects of COVID-19 in pregnancy, and to promote the health and safety of pregnant women and their babies everywhere. Learn more about ASPIRE in the link below!

Headshot of Marcelle Cedars, MD - Principal Investigator
Marcelle Cedars, MD
Principal Investigator
Headshot of Heather Huddleston, MD - Principal Investigator
Heather Huddleston, MD
Principal Investigator
Headshot of Eleni Jaswa, MD - Principal Investigator
Eleni Jaswa, MD
Principal Investigator
Headshot of Marika Stanford-Moore - Project Manager
Marika Stanford-Moore
Project Manager
Headshot of Jamie Corley - Research Coordinator
Jamie Corley
Research Coordinator
Headshot of Alexis Higgins Williams - Research Coordinator
Alexis Higgins Williams
Research Coordinator