Since 2013,  the Projects and Cores of the Oncofertility Consortium and Center for Reproductive Health After Disease published 80 papers; this group of papers has been collectively cited over 715 times by authors publishing in a diverse range of subject areas including: Medicine, Biochemistry, Agricultural and Biological Sciences, Computer Science, Engineering, and the Social Sciences. Our work has been cited by authors in over 50 countries and in 7 languages, illustrating the global influence of this work (Scopus).

Additionally, these 80 papers have a weighted Relative Citation Ratio (RCR) of 100, indicating this is a highly influential set of papers relative to other NIH-funded papers. For reference, the Relative Citation Ratio is a field-normalized metric that shows the scientific influence of one or more articles relative to the average NIH-funded paper; an RCR of 1.00 indicates that a paper has receive the same number of cites/year as the average NIH-funded paper. An RCR of 100 indicates that our papers are out-performing other NIH benchmark papers in the field. Furthermore, 16 papers are in the 80th percentile or greater amongst NIH-funded publications (iCite Tool).

In addition to excelling by the standards of traditional bibliometrics, our work has been featured in over 240 news stories worldwide, including features in US News Health, PBS, and the Chicago Tribune. This work has been collectively tweeted over 335 times by the medical community, legal community, and fertility organizations and advocates. This activity indicates our successful dissemination our work beyond academia and demonstrates public engagement and interest in the field (Altmetrics). To date, Altmetric has tracked 8,623,822 research outputs across all sources so far.

A number of high impact oncofertility papers were published in 2017. Below is a complete list of publications from 2017 supported by the Oncofertility Consortium and the Center for Reproductive Health After Disease (P50HD076188) from the National Institutes of Health National Center for Translational Research in Reproduction and Infertility (NCTRI). 

A bioprosthetic ovary created using 3D printed microporous scaffolds restores ovarian function in sterilized mice. Laronda MM, Rutz AL, Xiao S, Whelan KA, Duncan FE, Roth EW, Woodruff TK, Shah RN. Nat Commun. 2017 May 16;8:15261. 

This paper has received an outstanding amount of media attention, both in the academy and in the community. Currently, the paper has an Altmetrics score of 2258. The Altmetrics donut illustrates the influence of our research on the public and the score represents a weighted approximation of all the attention picked up for a research output. This paper is in the 99th percentile (ranked 27th) of the 253,589 tracked articles of a similar age in all journals in the 99th percentile (ranked 2nd) of the 1,015 tracked articles of a similar age in Nature Communications

"Tissue Papers" from Organ-Specific Decellularized Extracellular Matrices. Jakus AE, Laronda MM, Rashedi AS, Robinson CM, Lee C, Jordan SW, Orwig KE, Woodruff TK, Shah RN. Adv Funct Mater. 2017 Sep 13;27(3). 

Practices and Attitudes Regarding Women Undergoing Fertility Preservation: A Survey of the National Physicians Cooperative. Bortoletto P, Confino R, Smith BM, Woodruff TK, Pavone ME. J Adolesc Young Adult Oncol. 2017 Sep;6(3):444-449. 

Anticancer treatments and female fertility: clinical concerns and role of oncologists in oncofertility practice. Salama M, Woodruff TK. Expert Rev Anticancer Ther. 2017 Aug;17(8):687-692. 

"When You're a Baby You Don't Have Puberty": Understanding of Puberty and Human Reproduction in Late Childhood and Early Adolescence. Hurwitz LB, Lauricella AR, Hightower B, Sroka I, Woodruff TK, Wartella E. J Early Adolesc. 2017 Aug;37(7):925-947.

Fertility preservation training for obstetrics and gynecology fellows: a highly desired but non-standardized experience. Miller EJN, Cookingham LM, Woodruff TK, Ryan GL, Summers KM, Kondapalli LA, Shah DK. Fertil Res Pract. 2017 Jul 4;3:9.

Fertility Preservation for Pediatric Patients: Current State and Future Possibilities. Johnson EK, Finlayson C, Rowell EE, Gosiengfiao Y, Pavone ME, Lockart B, Orwig KE, Brannigan RE, Woodruff TK. J Urol. 2017 Jul;198(1):186-194.

Doxorubicin Has Dose-Dependent Toxicity on Mouse Ovarian Follicle Development, Hormone Secretion, and Oocyte Maturation. Xiao S, Zhang J, Liu M, Iwahata H, Rogers HB, Woodruff TK. Toxicol Sci. 2017 Jun 1;157(2):320-329. 

A Call for Fertility Preservation Coverage for Breast Cancer Patients: The Cost of Consistency. Walter JR, Xu S, Woodruff TK. J Natl Cancer Inst. 2017 May 1;109(5). 

Presence of Germ Cells in Disorders of Sex Development: Implications for Fertility Potential and Preservation. Finlayson C, Fritsch MK, Johnson EK, Rosoklija I, Gosiengfiao Y, Yerkes E, Madonna MB, Woodruff TK, Cheng E. J Urol. 2017 Mar;197(3 Pt 2):937-943.

A win-win for women's reproductive health: A nonsteroidal contraceptive and fertoprotective neoadjuvant. Woodruff TK. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2017 Feb 28;114(9):2101-2102.

Good manufacturing practice requirements for the production of tissue vitrification and warming and recovery kits for clinical research. Laronda MM, McKinnon KE, Ting AY, Le Fever AV, Zelinski MB, Woodruff TK. J Assist Reprod Genet. 2017 Feb;34(2):291-300. 

Ethical, moral and other aspects related to fertility preservation in cancer patients. Carvalho BR, Kliemchen J, Woodruff TK. JBRA Assist Reprod. 2017 Feb 1;21(1):45-48

Fertility Lost-Fertility Found: Narratives from the Leading Edge of Oncofertility. Woodruff TK. Narrat Inq Bioeth. 2017;7(2):147-150. 

In addition to high-impact publications, the Oncofertility Consortium has a number of other resources available to highlight oncofertility advances from around the world. View archived presentations from the Annual Oncofertility Conference and watch previously recorded Virtual Grand Rounds to learn more about the current state of oncofertility.