Infertility Clinical Trials and Research Studies

The physician group at SRM was in academic medicine at the University of Washington (UW) for a number of years before SRM was launched in 2004. At the University of Washington our physicians received several prestigious National Institute of Health grants, and helped to make groundbreaking discoveries on reproductive aging. At SRM, we have continued our research endeavors to learn more about infertility, reproductive aging, and treatment options to best serve our patients and lead to new discoveries to help future patients.

We encourage our patients to learn more about our ongoing trials, as they offer unique advantages, including, in some cases, free or discounted access to new treatments before they’re widely available. If you choose to participate in a clinical trial, you may receive the new approach being tested. At SRM, as always, you will have the support of your physician and health care team.

Active Clinical Trials and Research Studies


SRM has partnered with Celmatix in a research project aiming to gain a better understanding of the genetic factors that underlie both fertility potential and infertility.  Researchers hope to use the information gathered from this research to help further improve the effectiveness of fertility treatments.

Women between the ages of 18-45 may be eligible for this study.

Study activities include the collection of blood, during a routine blood draw, and relevant medical information.

Participants will receive a $25 gift card upon completion of blood collection for this research.

Please contact a member of your clinical care team or our clinical research team at 206-301-5000 or to learn more or determine if you are eligible to participate.