Teaching Title and Responsibilities
Clinical Title and Responsibilities
1. October 3, 1996 Obstetrical and Neonatal Management of Conjoined Twins. Annual Meeting of the Irish and American Pediatric Society, Dublin, Ireland.
2. September 21, 1999 Decision Support Systems in Medicine. Mount Sinai Hospital New York, New York.
3. September 22, 1999 Neural Networks, K Nearest Neighbor for Prediction Analysis. Harvard-MIT Medical Informatics Series. Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Boston, Massachusetts.
4. December, 1999. IT in Medicine. McGill University Grand Rounds. Montreal.
5. December 15, 1999 Expert Systems for Clinical Guidance in Narrow Domain Medical Fields. Blair Bell Research Society Competition. Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. UK.
6. January 4, 2000 Prediction of Ideal Number of Embryos to be Transferred in Assisted Reproduction Treatment Programs – Project Report, Harvard Medical School.
7. January 31, 2000 Medical Decision Support Systems – Prediction of ART Outcome Using Artificial Neural Networks. Cleveland Clinic, Foundation. Cleveland, Ohio.
8. May 8, 2004 Current Theories and Management of PCOS. Washington University School of Medicine. St. Louis, Missouri.
9. March 16, 2005 Current Theory and Management of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome. Alton Memorial Hospital. Alton, Illinois.
10. June 14, 2005 Deleterious Effect of Hyperinsulinemia on Embryo Glucose Metabolism: Treatment Options for PCOS. Rotunda Hospital. University of Dublin. Dublin, Ireland.
11. July 2005 Hyperinsulinemia and PCOS: Affect on Reproductive Potential. SAT Hospital, Medical College TVM. University of Kerala. Kerala, India.
12. July 2006 Assisted Reproductive Treatments – Basics for the primary care physician, Alton Memorial Hospital, Alton, Illinois.
13. August 2007 Grand rounds- Anderson Hospital – Infertility for primary care physician.
Non-Governmental Eclampsia Research Grant, University of Kerala, India – $5,000
Peer Reviewed Manuscripts:
1.Jacob S, Moley KH. Gametes and embryo epigenetic reprogramming affect developmental outcome: implication for assisted reproductive technologies. Pediatric Research 2005; 58:437-446.
2.Harrison RF, Jacob S, Spillane H, Mallon E, Hennelly B. A prospective randomized clinical trial of differing starter doses of recombinant follicle stimulating hormone (follitropin-b) for first time IVF/ICSI cycles. Fertility and Sterility 2001; 75:23-31.
3.Cunningham P, Carney J, Jacob S. Stability problems with artificial neural networks and the ensemble solution. Artificial Intelligence in Medicine 2000; 20:217-225.
4.Hennely B, Harrison RF, Jacob S, Kelly J, Barrett T. Spontaneous conception after Successful attempt at IVF/ICSI. Fertility and Sterility 2000; 73:774-778.
5. Jacob S, Spillane H, Keane D, Waite K, McSorley G, Harrison RF. Initial experiences of a testicular sperm extraction programme for assisted reproduction in Ireland. Irish Journal of Medical Science 2000; 169(1):26-29.
6. Jacob S, Byrne P, Harrison RF. Symptomatic cystic swelling at the root of the neck with Left sided pleural effusion as presentation of severe ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome. British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 1999; 106:986-988.
7. Jacob S. Price and lack of data precludes use of recombinant FSH. Trends in Urology, Gynecology and Sexual Health 1999 Supplement.
8. Jacob S, Drudy L, Conroy R, Harrison RF. Outcome from consecutive IVF/ICSI Attempts in the final group treated with urinary gonadotrophins and the first group Treated with recombinant FSH. Human Reproduction 1998; 13:1783-1787.
9. Jacob S, Lalitha K, Gopalakrishnan K, Nair K, Sankarnarayan R. Malignant ovarian Tumors – a profile. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology of India 1993; 43:413-417.
1. Jacob S, Gopalakrishnan K, Lalitha K. Standardized clinical trial of magnesium sulphate regime in comparison with MKK menon’s lytic cocktail regime in the management of eclampsia. The 27th British Congress of Obstetrics and Gynecology. London, 1995 Abstract #303. Results referenced in the systematic review clinical evidence issue 6 December 2001, BMJ Publishing Group, London.
2. Jacob S, O’Donoghue M, Jenkins DM, Collins JK, Cole MM, O’Shea R. Comparative Study of sperm deoxyribo nucleic acid (DNA) content and damage between fertile and Infertile men using flow cytometry and gel electrophoresis. Fertility and Sterility 1997; 69:S31.
3. Jacob S. Flow cytometry and gel electrophoresis – a novel technique to assess sperm DNAcontent and damage in fertile and infertile men. EAGO Book of Abstracts, p. 5. May 10-14, 1998.
4. Jacob S, Durdy L, Conroy R, Harrison RF. Comparitive study of clinicaloutcome of consecutive IVF/ICSI cysles treated with hMG and FSHr. Fertility and Sterility 1998; 70(3):S92-93.
5. Jacob S, Cunningham P, Harrison RF. Prediction of assisted reproduction treatment outcome using artificial neural networks. Fertility and Sterility 1999; 72:S167.
6. Jacob S, Conroy R, Harrison RF. Predictive value of day 3 FSH in young women (<35yrs) undergoing assisted production treatment (ART). Fertility and Sterility 2000; 74:S171.
7. Chang AS, Jacob S, Moley K. Effects of hyperglycemia on oocyte maturation and Development. 2004; SGI Abstract #951050.