The National Research for Involuntary Childlessness™ (NRIC) is a comprehensive research group that focuses specifically on research studies in infertility and female childlessness. At NRIC, research is the backbone of what we do. From causes and links to infertility to effects of involuntary childlessness, our researchers are among the best in their field. Research is more than just a career — it’s a passion. We know medical breakthroughs occur at the intersection of different scientific disciplines. Our disruptive approach to reproductive health has given birth to groundbreaking discoveries that assist the larger scientific community in improving the overall health of women.
More than 10 million women in the United States are unable to naturally conceive or carry a child to term. One in five women will remain childless and for 90% of them, it was not by choice. Addressing under-researched issues related to infertility in women is a central part of the NRIC mission.
NRIC conducts research on various aspects of infertility and female childlessness, including (but not limited to):
Renowned researcher and essayist Jobi Tyson leads the National Research for Involuntary Childlessness. Find out more about her extensive research experience.
Our research offers comprehensive national discussions that address current issues in infertility and female childlessness. Learn more about our focus areas of research.
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