Research

According to a New Study by Alife Health AI Models Can Help Optimize Ovulation Trigger Injection Timing to Improve IVF Outcomes

A study led by researchers at Alife Health, a fertility technology company building artificial intelligence (AI) tools designed to improve in-vitro fertilization (IVF) outcomes, found that an interpretable machine learning model can help doctors optimize ovulation trigger injection timing to improve patient outcomes for a significant number of patients.  When undergoing IVF, patients are prescribed fertility medications to stimulate the ovaries to…

New Report: Zocdoc Shares Women’s Health Related Healthcare Appointment Booking Trends

Healthcare marketplace Zocdoc makes it easy for people to find and book in-person or virtual care across more than 200 specialties and 12,000 insurance plans. A few days ago the company has now released its first women’s health-focused report, a comprehensive data analysis, of women’s health-related appointment booking trends. For the report Zocdoc explored how American women are engaging with healthcare professionals, and how…

1 in 2 Girls Are Quitting Sport Due to Periods, According to a New Global Report by PUMA and Modibodi 

As part of the launch of their new leak-proof underwear collection, global sports company PUMA and leak-proof apparel company Modibodi have commissioned a global survey which interviewed girls all over the globe, that investigated the reason girls are leaving sport. The new report found that 1 in 2 teens are skipping sport because of their period. The PUMA and Modibodi global survey…

Modern Fertility Teams Up with Bumble to Release Its Modern State of Fertility Report in 2022

Yes, it is indeed this time of the year again… Modern Fertility has released this year’s Modern State of Fertility report and this year it’s in collaboration with dating app Bumble. The focus, unsurprisingly given its partner, is on Fertility and Dating this time. Have you talked about fertility on a first date? Are kids essential for living a fulfilled life? This…

4 in 5 Women Experience Fertility Anxiety According to a New Study by Maven Clinic

Maven Clinic, the virtual clinic for women’s and family health, has released findings from a new study exploring women’s perceptions of their fertility and what influences their beliefs about their ability to become pregnant. The study, which captured the sentiment of 1,500 women ages 28-38 living in five large U.S. cities, sheds light on the factors contributing to women’s emotional wellbeing as…

Visiting Scientists: Maven Launches New Programs Inviting Clinician Innovators to Help Advance the Company’s Care Model

Maven, the 24/7 virtual clinic for women’s and family health, offers continuous, holistic care for fertility, pregnancy and parenting supported by providers from 30+ specialties. Since its founding in 2014, the company has raised more than $200M in venture funding. In order to further develop its care model Maven has now announced two new programs with the goal to bring clinical innovation…

Alife Health Publishes Promising Research Findings from a Study on Embryo Ranking Using AI

The study, published in Fertility and Sterility, demonstrates Alife Health’s commitment to building scientific evidence for the application of artificial intelligence to improve IVF outcomes.  Today, researchers at Alife Health, a fertility technology company building artificial intelligence (AI) tools designed to improve in-vitro fertilization (IVF) outcomes, published data on embryo prioritization using AI technology. The study, published online in Fertility and Sterility, was conducted…

New Study: Mirvie Can Predict Pregnancy Complications Months Before They Happen

Mirvie, a pioneer in predicting unexpected pregnancy complications, has announced the publication of a study in Nature proving the proprietary Mirvie RNA platform is first to predict unexpected complications by revealing the underlying biology of each pregnancy. The research analyzed the largest and most diverse dataset of maternal transcriptomes to date. The platform opens a new window into pregnancy health for women to act…