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Edward E. Wallach, M.D.
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Edward WallachJ. Donald Woodruff Professor
Director, Assisted Reproductive Technologies Program

OFFICE PHONE
410-583-2751

EDUCATION – MEDICAL SCHOOL
Cornell University Medical College

EDUCATION – RESIDENCY
Cornell Division of Bellevue Hospital (Internal Medicine) – Internship
Kings County Hospital (Obstetrics/Gynecology) – Residency

EDUCATION – FELLOWSHIP
The Worcester Foundation for Experimental Biology

BOARD CERTIFICATION
The American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology (certified and recertified) and its Division of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (certified)

CLINICAL INTERESTS
Infertility and in vitro fertilization.

RESEARCH INTERESTS
Physiology of ovulation, in vitro fertilization, embryo cryopreservation, uterine fibroids.

ADMINISTRATIVE TITLE
Professor

PRIMARY LOCATION
Johns Hopkins at Green Spring Station

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Vlahos NP, Wallach EE. Uterine Myomass. An Overview of Development, Clinical Features and Management. Obstetrics & Gynecology.  2004; 104(2): 393-406.
 
Jurema M, Vieira A, Bankowski B, Petrella C, Zhao Y, Wallach E, Zacur H.  Effect of ejaculatory abstinence period on the pregnancy rate after intrauterine insemination.  Fertil and Steril.  2005: 84 (3); 678-681.
 
Bankowski B, Lyerly A, Faden R, Wallach E.  The Social Implications of Embryo Cryopreservation.  Fertil and Steril.  2005: 84; 823-832.

Lyerly AD, Steinhauser K, Namey E, Tulsky J, Cook-Deegan R, Sugarman J, Walmer D, Faden R, Wallach EE.  Factors that affect infertility patients decisions about disposition of frozen embryos.  Fertil and Steril. 2006: 85; 1623-1630.

Kim HS, Tsai J, Patra A, Lee JM, Griffith JG, Wallach, EE.  Effects of utero-ovarian anastomoses on clinical outcomes and re-intervention rates after UFE.  J Vasc Interv Radiol. 2006: 17; 783-789.

Kim HS, Tsai J, Lee JM, Vang R, Griffith JG, Wallach EE.  Effects of utero-ovarian anastomoses on basal FSH level change after uterine artery embolization with Tris-acryl gelatin microspheres. J Vasc Interv Radiol. 2006: 17; 965-971.

 

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