SERENA H CHEN, MD
Graduated from Brown University in Providence Rhode Island. She attended Duke University School of Medicine in Durham, North Carolina, and then trained in Gynaecology and Obstetrics and Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland.
Dr. Chen serves as Director for the Division of Reproductive Medicine in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at Saint Barnabas Medical Center, and the Institute for Reproductive Medicine and Science at Saint Barnabas, and is a Clinical Associate Professor at Rutgers, UMDNJ Medical School and the St George’s University School of Medicine. She is honored that she has been voted by her peers to be a top Doctor in the NJ Monthly survey, Castle Connelly, US News and World Report, Inside Jersey Magazine, and NY Magazine in reproductive medicine, infertility and cancer for her work in promoting Oncofertility awareness.
SHOULD YOU FREEZE YOUR EGGS? “IT DEPENDS…”
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OBESITY AND PREGNANCY: TIME FOR STRAIGHT TALK
VITRIFICATION, FERTILITY AND BREAST CANCER: WHY IT MATTERS
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FROM YOUR FERTILITY DOCTOR: QUESTIONS I WISH MY PATIENTS WOULD ASK
Dr. Chen is a board-certified reproductive endocrinologist who trained at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland after graduating from Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island and Duke University School of Medicine in Durham, North Carolina. She is passionate about ethical issues in reproductive medicine, preimplantation genetics, fertility preservation for cancer patients, and healthcare equity and access. She frequently speaks to lay and professional audiences around the world to raise awareness and encourage responsible and transparent dialogue about these technologies and their risks and benefits. She consults on a regular basis for the industry as a thought leader in IVF, reproductive technology, genetics, and hysteroscopy. She has actively participated in advocacy efforts at a local and national level to improve patient access to fertility treatment, including removing barriers faced by the LGBTQ community. She is active on social media and uses the power of these platforms to raise awareness, educate, and promote collaboration in healthcare.