Joseph Hochman

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Joseph Hochman

Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Contact Info

Address
560 First Avenue
New York, NY 10016

212/263-6474

Education

1971-1975 — NYU Medical Center (Obstetrics & Gynecology), Residency Training

Absence of a luteotropic effect of prolactin and human placental lactogen on the human corpus luteum of pregnancy
Quagliarello, J; Goldsmith, L; Szlachter, N; Hochman, J; Weiss, G. Absence of a luteotropic effect of prolactin and human placental lactogen on the human corpus luteum of pregnancy. Advances in biochemical psychopharmacology. 1980 ;23:229-233 (105267)

Serum immunoreactive relaxin concentrations in human pregnancy, labor and the puerperium
Quagliarello, J; Nachtigall, R; Goldsmith, L T; Hochman, J; Steinetz, B G; O'Bryen, E M; Weiss, G. Serum immunoreactive relaxin concentrations in human pregnancy, labor and the puerperium. Advances in experimental medicine & biology. 1979 ;112:743-748 (105272)

Effect of human placental lactogen upon the human corpus luteum of late pregnancy
Goldsmith LT; Hochman JA; Weiss G. Effect of human placental lactogen upon the human corpus luteum of late pregnancy. Gynecologic investigation. 1978 ;9(4):210-218 (67187)

Serum relaxin concentrations in prostaglandin- and oxytocin-induced labor in women
Hochman J; Weiss G; Steinetz BG; O'Byrne EM. Serum relaxin concentrations in prostaglandin- and oxytocin-induced labor in women. American journal of obstetrics & gynecology. 1978 Feb 15;130(4):473-474 (67186)

Relaxin bioactivity and immunoactivity in human corpora lutea
O'Byrne, E M; Flitcraft, J F; Sawyer, W K; Hochman, J; Weiss, G; Steinetz, B G. Relaxin bioactivity and immunoactivity in human corpora lutea. Endocrinology. 1978 May ;102(5):1641-1644 (162689)