Histology, Mammalogy, Reproductive Biology, Embryology
Dr. Carolyn Jaslow’s research focuses on reproductive biology. She is particularly interested in the factors related to infertility and miscarriage, including hormonal, physiological, and anatomical anomalies associated with recurrent pregnancy loss. She also researches the functional morphology of mammalian skulls and the development and biomechanics of bone and teeth.
Bailey AP, Jaslow CR, Kutteh WH. 2015. Minimally invasive surgical options for congenital and acquired uterine factors associated with recurrent pregnancy loss. Women’s Health. 11:161-7.
Jaslow CR. 2014. Uterine factors. Obstetrics and Gynecology Clinics of North America. 41:57-86.
Jaslow CR, Kutteh WH. 2013. Effect of prior birth and miscarriage frequency on the prevalence of acquired and congenital uterine anomalies in women with recurrent miscarriage: a cross-sectional study. Fertility and Sterility. 99:1916-22.
Jaslow CR, Patterson KS, Cholera S, Jennings LK, Ke, RW, Kutteh WH. 2010. CD9 expression by human granulosa cells and platelets as a predictor of fertilization success during IVF. Obstetrics and Gynecology International. doi:10.1155/2010/192461.
Jaslow CR, Carney JL, Kutteh WH. 2010. Diagnostic factors identified in 1020 women with two versus three or more recurrent pregnancy losses. Fertility and Sterility. 93:1234-43.
Jaslow CR, Biewener AA. 1995. Strain patterns in the horncores, cranial bones and sutures of goats (Capra hircus) during impact loading. Journal of Zoology, (London). 235:193-210.
Anton SC, Jaslow CR, Swartz SM. 1992. Sutural complexity in artificially deformed human (Homo sapiens) crania. Journal of Morphology. 214:1-12.
Jaslow CR. 1990. Mechanical properties of cranial sutures. Journal of Biomechanics. 23:313-21.
Jaslow CR. 1989. Sexual dimorphism of cranial suture complexity in wild sheep (Ovis orientalis). Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society. 95:273-84.
B.A., Mount Holyoke College
M.S., Ohio University
Ph.D., University of Chicago
(Biomechanics, Histology, embryology, reproductive biology, mammology)