Dr. Nicole Noyes

Reproductive Endocrinologist
Specializing in Infertility,
In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)
and Egg Freezing

In the News

As a recognized expert in the field of reproductive endocrinology, I am frequently asked to provide insight into topics that include infertility or egg freezing. I also actively participate in ongoing research in the field and have been recognized for my efforts.

Articles

Television Appearances

Scientific & Academic Events

  • 3rd International Congress in Cryopreservation of Stem Cells, Reproductive Cells, Tissue and Organs (March 2013): Lecture presentation Impact of Developmental Stage at Cryopreservation and Transfer on Clinical Outcome of Frozen Embryo Cycles
  • The international Congress on Oncological Perspectives of Fertility Preservation: Gynecological and Breast Cancer (March 2013): Lecture presentation Stimulation for Egg Retrieval (IVF) in Cancer Patients Before Starting Treatment
  • Tecnobios Procreazione Symposium 2012 (November 2012): Lecture presentation Oocyte Cryopreservation and Fertility After Cancer
  • Ovarian Club (November 2012): Meeting on The Fertilization Process of the Oocyte and Embryo Development in Relation to Various Clinical Conditions in Prague, Czeck Republic. Lecture titled Oocyte Cryopreservation for Cancer and Deferred Reproduction
  • The Continuum of Breast Cancer Risk (October 2012): Treatment & Survivorship in Women Under 40
  • Oncofertility Consortium (September 2012): Behind the Cure: Efforts to Ensure That Fertility Remains an Option at the Finish.
  • Society for the Study of Reproduction (August 2012): Debate: Can We and Should We Be Freezing Oocytes from Humans?
  • Midwest Reproductive Symposium (May 2012): How to Incorporate Oncofertility into your REI Practice and Why lecture, as well as a workshop Oocyte Cryopreservation: An Update.
  • Pacific Coast Reproductive Society (April 2012): Plenary lecture titled Oocyte Cryopreservation: Current Application in the USA.
  • Society of Gynecologic Oncologists (March 2012):  Lecture titled Debulking the Doubt: New Developments in Fertility Preservation for Patients with Gyn Malignanciesin the area of Oncofertility: Preserving Fertility for Patients with Gyn Cancers.
  • International Society for Fertility Preservation (December 2011):Lecture "Behind the Cure: Efforts to Ensure that Fertility, through Oocyte Cryopreservation, Remains an Option at the Finish" was one of only eight oral presentations selected from more than 100 submitted abstracts at the 2nd World Congress on Fertility Preservation.
  • Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (October 2011):Lectured on "Cancer & Fertility: Options, Challenges, Strategies" to medical oncologists, oncology nurses, social workers and psychologists at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center's Fertility Preservation for Cancer Patients educational program.
  • American Society of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) (October 2011): Part of the panel for a symposium, "Fertility Preservation: Everything and More You Need to Know" and also a presenter at the interactive session, "Oocyte Cryopreservation as an Alternative to Embryo Cryopreservation in the IVF Patient - an Interactive Debate".
  • Serono Symposia International Foundation (September 2011):Served on the International Scientific Committee and gave a lecture entitled "Fertility Preservation: A Reappraisal".
  • Florida Society of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (August 2011):Speaker at the FSREI's annual meeting - two presentations: "Scientific, Practical and Ethical Concerns for Clinics Providing Reproductive Options to Cancer Patients" and "Oocyte Cryopreservation and Other Reproductive Options for Cancer Patients".
  • 2nd International Congress on Controversies in Cryoperservation (April 2011): 2nd International Congress on Controversies in Cryopreservation of Stem Cells, Reproductive Cells, Tissue & Organs. Chaired a session on the topic of Oocyte Vitrification, as well as presented a talk entitled, "Social Egg Freezing - What are the Limits?"
  • Society of Gynecologic Oncologists (February 2011): Presented a talk, Fertility Preservation Options Prior to Surgery/Chemotherapy, at the 16th Annual Winter Meeting.
  • Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (October 2010): Delivered the key address Fertility Preservation for Women: State of the Scienceto medical oncologists, oncology nurses, social workers and psychologists at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center's Fertility Preservation for Cancer Patients educational program.
  • American Society of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) Fertility Preservation Special Interest Group (FPSIG) (October 2010): Elected Vice-Chair of the American Society of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) Fertility Preservation Special Interest Group (FPSIG).
  • Istituto Superiore di Sanita (October 2010): Served as International Scientific Director for their Born in Iceconference.
  • Canadian Fertility and Andrology Society Lecture (November 2009): State of the Art Lecture at the annual meeting of the Canadian Fertility and Andrology Society.

  • Barnard College Panel Discussion on Egg Donation (November 2009): Joined other panelists in discussing "Egg Donation: A Blessing or a Business". Sponsored by The Hughes Science Pipeline Project (HSPP) and the Office of Career Development.

  • American Society for Reproductive Medicine Honorable Mention (October 2009): Awarded members of NYUFC an Honorable Mention for Technical Achievement in Video in the Assisted Reproductive Technologies category for their video titled: Time-lapse Imaging of Murine Embryogenesis: Surprise Observations Providing Insight into Early Reproductive Processes.

  • American Society for Reproductive Medicine Honorable Mention (November 2008): Awarded members of NYUFC an Honorable Mention for Technical Achievement in Video in the Assisted Reproductive Technologies category for their video titled: Time-Lapse Microscopy: A High Resolution Method for In Depth Analysis of Tripronuclear (3pn) Zygotes.

  • $1 million Research Funding Grant Awarded (September 2008): Along with Dr. Kristin Gunsalus of NYU's Center for Genomics and Systems Biology, was awarded $1 million from the National Institutes of Health for their collaborative study, titled "A Systems Biology Approach to Mammalian Early Embryogenesis."

Honors & Recognitions

  • New York Metro Area Top Doctors: Recognized since 2003 as a New York Metro Area Top Doctor for Reproductive Endocrinology in Castle Connolly's authoritative guide to finding the top primary care and specialty care doctors in the tri-state metropolitan New York area.
  • Top Doctors for Cancer: Recognized since 2003 in this national guide by Castle Connolly that contains detailed profiles of more than 2,100 of the nation's best doctors, across more than 40 medical specialties, involved in the diagnosis and treatment of cancers in adults and children. Castle Connolly: America's Top Doctors for Cancer
  • America's Top Doctors: Recognized since 2003 in this national guide by Castle Connolly that identifies more than 6,200 of the best doctors throughout the U.S. in more than 60 medical specialties and subspecialties for the care and treatment of more than 1,700 diseases and medical conditions. These outstanding doctors represent the top 1% in the nation. Castle Connolly: America's Top Doctors
  • NYU Langone Medical Center Dean's Honors Day (October 2010): Honored for promotion to Professor in September 2009. 
  • American Fertility Association's Family Building Award (November 2007): Received the Family Building Award at the 2007 Kokopelli Ball.