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Barry Witt

Associate Professor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Obstetrics and Gynecology
NYU Fertility Center

Contact Info

Address
660 First Avenue
New York, NY 10016

203/863-2990



Reply of the Authors: Less may, indeed, be less: multicollinearity in studies of ovarian reserve
Pal L.; Jindal S.; Witt B.R.; Santoro N.F.
2012-02-05; 0015-0282,Fertility & sterility - id: 99002, year: 2009

Less is more: increased gonadotropin use for ovarian stimulation adversely influences clinical pregnancy and live birth after in vitro fertilization
Pal, Lubna; Jindal, Sangita; Witt, Barry R; Santoro, Nanette
2012-02-05; 1556-5653,Fertility & sterility - id: 94336, year: 2008 Journal Article

Postthaw blastomere survival is predictive of the success of frozen-thawed embryo transfer cycles
Pal, Lubna; Kovacs, Peter; Witt, Barry; Jindal, Sangita; Santoro, Nanette; Barad, David
2012-02-05; 0015-0282,Fertility & sterility - id: 138405, year: 2004

Day 6 estradiol level predicts cycle cancellation among poor responder patients undergoing in vitro fertilization-embryo transfer cycles using a gonadotropin-releasing hormone agonist flare regimen
Kovacs, Peter; Witt, Barry R
2012-02-05; 1058-0468,Journal of assisted reproduction & genetics - id: 42944, year: 2002 Comparative Study; Journal Article

Hypothalamic-pituitary suppression with oral contraceptive pills does not improve outcome in poor responder patients undergoing in vitro fertilization-embryo transfer cycles
Kovacs P; Barg PE; Witt BR
2012-02-05; 1058-0468,Journal of assisted reproduction & genetics - id: 42945, year: 2001 Comparative Study; Journal Article