Ashley W. Tiegs, MD, FACOG
Atlanta Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility Specialist
Ashley Tiegs, M.D., joined the Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine
in the summer of 2020. She completed her fellowship training at Jefferson-RMA.
During her fellowship, Dr. Tiegs received many awards, including the SRI
President’s Presenter’s Award at the SRI Annual Scientific
Meeting 2020, the ASRM 2019 Corporate Member Council In-Training Award
and Travel Grant, the SMRU Traveling Scholar Award, the ASRM 2018 Annual
Scientific Congress, Denver, CO, and the PCRS Professional-in-Training
Scholarship Award at the 64th Annual Meeting in 2020 and 2018.
Dr. Tiegs earned her undergraduate degree from Wake Forest University and
then received her M. D. from Wake Forest School of Medicine. While at
Wake Forest University, she received the ACOG John Gibbons Medical Student
Award and the Wake Forest School of Medicine’s Obstetrics and Gynecology
Merit Award for two consecutive years.
Dr. Tiegs completed residency training at New York University School of
Medicine in Obstetrics and Gynecology, where she was actively involved
in research in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility. During her
residency training, she received the Professional in Training Scholarship
from the Pacific Coast Reproductive Society and was appointed as a Resident
Reporter for the American Society for Reproductive Medicine.
Dr. Tiegs is passionate about helping create and complete families, and
is honored to be able to do so in her hometown of Atlanta at ACRM! She
looks forward to the opportunity to assist as many patients as possible
in creating the families that they desire. She aspires to heighten awareness
of infertility as a relatively common condition, as well as provide options,
hope and results for patients seeking treatment.
“The physicians, nurses, embryologists, and supportive staff at ACRM
are incredibly talented and passionate about their work, excelling at
every aspect of patient care. I am eager to work closely with and learn
from each of them. The state-of-the-art embryology laboratory is also
not only an incredible asset, but undoubtedly vital to their success.
I am thrilled to be joining such an impressive team!”
- Dr. Ashley Tiegs
Tiegs AW, Tao X, Zhan Y, Whitehead C, Kim JG, Hanson BM, Osman EK, Seli
E, Kim TJ, Patounakis G, Gutmann J, Castelbaum A, Jalas C, Scott, RT Jr.
A multi-center, prospective, blinded, non-selection study evaluating the
predictive value of an aneuploid diagnosis and impact of biopsy. Fertil Steril 2020.
Tiegs AW, Scott RT, Jr.
Evaluation of fertilization, usable blastocyst development, and sustained
implantation rates according to intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI)
operator experience. Repro BioMed Online 2020.
- Tiegs AW, Sun L, Scott RT, Jr., Goodman LR. Comparison of pregnancy outcomes
following intrauterine insemination (IUI) in young women with decreased
versus normal ovarian reserve. Fertil Steril 2020. DOI: 10.1016/j.fertnstert.2019.12.006.
Tiegs AW, Sun L, Patounakis G, Scott RT Jr. Worth the wait? Day 7 blastocysts
have lower euploid rates but similar sustained implantation rates as compared
with day 5 and day 6 blastocysts.
Hum Reprod. 2019 Aug 12. PMID: 31402381
Tiegs AW, Landis J, Garrido, N, Scott, RT Jr, Hotaling, JM. Total motile
sperm count trend over time: Evaluation of semen analyses from 119,972
men from subfertile couples. Urology. 2019 PMID: 31326545