Gender Expansive Attitudes About Reproductive Health Study

Welcome to the Gender Expansive Attitudes about Reproductive Health (GEAR) Study at UCSF!

We are excited to launch a new study on transgender experiences in fertility care. Currently, there are few studies (and none in the United States) that seek to describe the impact of expanding fertility services on the transgender community and their quality of life. The GEAR study will be one of the first of its kind to explore the impact of fertility options on quality of life among transgender, non-binary, and non-conforming people.