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Research Triangle Park, North Carolina 27709

United States

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The NIEHS supports research to understand the effects of the environment on human health and is part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Its mission is to reduce the burden of human illness and disability by understanding how the environment influ ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

President

Society for Epidemiologic Research

Editor

The Epidemiology Monitor

Affiliations

Fellow
American College of Epidemiology

Member
Better Business Bureau Inc

Member
Netcheck

Education

M.D.

University of Michigan

M.P.H.

Department of Maternal and Child Health

School of Public Health at University of North Carolina , Chapel Hill

Ph.D.

Department of Epidemiology

School of Public Health at University of North Carolina , Chapel Hill

PhD

epidemiology

University of North Carolina

honorary doctoral degree

University of Bergen ( Norway )

medical degree

University of Michigan

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Thus, "the observed lower fertility rates ...

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Thus, "the observed lower fertility rates among older women presumably overestimate the effect of biological aging," says Dr. Allen Wilcox, who leads the Reproductive Epidemiology Group at the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences.

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"Even if we had good estimates for the average biological decline in fertility with age, that is still of relatively limited use to individuals, given the large range of fertility found in healthy women," says Allen Wilcox of the NIH.


Blog | Small Wonders | Supporting Jewish Couples Experiencing Infertility | Page 4

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Thus, "the observed lower fertility rates among older women presumably overestimate the effect of biological aging," says Dr. Allen Wilcox, who leads the Reproductive Epidemiology Group at the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences.

...
"Even if we had good estimates for the average biological decline in fertility with age, that is still of relatively limited use to individuals, given the large range of fertility found in healthy women," says Allen Wilcox of the NIH.


Thus, "the observed lower fertility rates ...

www.theatlantic.com [cached]

Thus, "the observed lower fertility rates among older women presumably overestimate the effect of biological aging," says Dr. Allen Wilcox, who leads the Reproductive Epidemiology Group at the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences.


Denise | Small Wonders | Page 2

smallwonders.ca [cached]

Thus, "the observed lower fertility rates among older women presumably overestimate the effect of biological aging," says Dr. Allen Wilcox, who leads the Reproductive Epidemiology Group at the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences.

...
"Even if we had good estimates for the average biological decline in fertility with age, that is still of relatively limited use to individuals, given the large range of fertility found in healthy women," says Allen Wilcox of the NIH.


Blog | Small Wonders | Supporting Jewish Couples Experiencing Infertility | Page 2

smallwonders.ca [cached]

Thus, "the observed lower fertility rates among older women presumably overestimate the effect of biological aging," says Dr. Allen Wilcox, who leads the Reproductive Epidemiology Group at the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences.

...
"Even if we had good estimates for the average biological decline in fertility with age, that is still of relatively limited use to individuals, given the large range of fertility found in healthy women," says Allen Wilcox of the NIH.

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