The research laboratory of Margareta D. Pisarska, MD, investigates the role of differences in the genetics and epigenetics of pregnancies conceived from couples with infertility, including those conceived through in vitro fertilization. The Pisarska lab also investigates the role of alterations in implantation and their role on adverse pregnancy outcomes. Lab members look at how transcriptional regulation is affected by genetics and epigenetics during early implantation in ongoing pregnancies in order to better understand how these changes lead to adverse pregnancy outcomes. Another area of investigation in the laboratory involves transcriptional regulation in the ovary. The lab is looking at how certain transcription factors regulate follicle/egg development and premature loss leading to subsequent infertility. Specifically, the Pisarska lab is investigating the role of FOXL2, a transcription factor associated with premature ovarian failure.
Love Dr. Pisarska. She's attentive and helps me understand all the medical terms.
Dealing with patients who experience infertility is a very sensitive matter and the 2 offices I visited before were the reason why I fell into a depression. Dr. Pisarska and her team incl. the receptionist were amazing!! It is so important to be surrounded by not only knowledgeable but emphatic and friendly human beings!
A courtesy notice that the dr is running behind would be very appreciated.