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New Jersey Information

Welcome to New Jersey


 Our fellowship program is based in suburban Somerset County New Jersey and easily accessed by road, rail, bus, and served by three major airports, Newark Liberty, JFK, and LaGuardia.

To most people New Jersey is known as the “Garden State.” However it could also be called the “Innovation State” thanks to the many healthcare, pharmaceutical, technology, and educational institutions and firms that have national or international headquarters and research sites here. With regards to reproductive medicine, the New Jersey/New York City region boast the largest number and most widely renowned group of IVF programs in the world, including Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey (RMANJ).

About a 1-hour drive or 1.5-hour train ride from New York City, our fellowship program is surrounded by many family friendly towns and communities. CNN Money recently voted five towns in New Jersey as part of their “Top 100 Best Small Towns in America” Survey including Hillsborough, Madison, Montville, and Ridgewood, which are within commuting distance to our program.

Additionally, communities like Maplewood, Westfield, Summit, Chatham, Cranford, Scotch Plains, Livingston, Millburn, Bridgewater, Martinsville, Morristown, and Basking Ridge provide a small town feeling with great schools and multiple arts and cultural opportunities.

If you’re a fan of professional or college sports the Northern New Jersey area boasts no less than 8 professional sports teams including the Yankees, Mets, Nets, Devils, Jets, and Giants. Recreational opportunities in and around the state are plentiful and include hiking along the Appalachian Trial in Sussex County, watching an NFL game or concert in the Meadowlands, biking on many of the country roads in Hunterdon County, antiquing in Frenchtown and Lambertville, sampling the many restaurants of Hoboken, or relaxing on the world famous New Jersey beaches stretching over 100 miles from Sandy Hook National Park to Cape May at the mouth of the Delaware Bay.