Nicole M. Marchetto, M.D., M.P.H.

Board Certified Board Certified

  • Obstetrics and Gynecology
  • Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility Eligible

Biography

Nicole M. Marchetto, M.D., M.P.H., is board certified in obstetrics and gynecology (OB/GYN) and board eligible in reproductive endocrinology and infertility (REI). Dr. Marchetto earned her medical degree from Drexel University College of Medicine in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. During this time, she also earned her Master of Public Health. From there, she completed her residency training in OB/GYN at Mount Sinai St. Luke’s – Mount Sinai West in New York, New York. Dr. Marchetto then continued her training at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School to complete her fellowship in REI. 

Dr. Marchetto has been recognized for her excellence in women’s health education. As an accomplished researcher, Dr. Marchetto has contributed to numerous publications and presentations exploring topics such as preimplantation genetic testing, racial and ethnic disparities in fertility care, and polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).  

Dr. Marchetto sees patients at SGF’s Lancaster, PA, and Newark, DE, locations. Always up for an adventure, Dr. Marchetto enjoys traveling to new places, taking her Bernedoodle for a long hike, and working on large-scale landscape paintings.  

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Education

  • Residency: Obstetrics and Gynecology, Mount Sinai St. Luke’s – Mount Sinai West, New York, New York 
  • Fellowship: Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, Newark, New Jersey  
  • Outstanding Teacher Award by Medical Students 
  • Awarded Most Contributions to Intern Education 
  • Selected Member of Resident Selection Committee 
  • Resident Representative on Quality Improvement Committee 
  • Women’s Health Scholar 
  • Women’s Health Education Award for Overall Academic Excellence 
  • Diana J. Egan Award for Excellence in Clinical Obstetrics & Gynecology 
  • So, M., Marchetto, N. M., and S. S. Morelli. Diagnosis and Management of Hyperprolactinemia. Topics in Obstetrics & Gynecology: Practical CME Newsletter for Clinicians. 42(14). September 2022 (in press). 
  • Bhatt, S. J., Marchetto, N. M., Roy, J., Morelli, S.S., McGovern, P. Pregnancy Outcomes Following In Vitro Fertilization Frozen Embryo Transfer (IVF-FET) With Or Without Preimplantation Genetic Testing For Aneuploidy (PGT-A) In Women With Recurrent Pregnancy Loss (RPL): a SART-CORS Study. Submitted to Human Reproduction January 13, 2021. Revision submitted March 11, 2021. Accepted for publication in Human Reproduction, April 2021. Awaiting final proof.  
  • Hodge, S., Marchetto, N.M., Morelli, S.S. PCOS and Metabolic Syndrome. Accepted for publication in Topics in Obstetrics & Gynecology: Practical CME Newsletter for Clinicians April 2021.  
  • Marchetto, N. M., Chemerinski, A., Perlman, B., Roy, J., Morelli, S.S., Douglas, N., Loughlin, J., McGovern, P. Racial and ethnic disparities in the utilization of different aspects of ART between 2008 and 2018. SART CORS Database Query Proposal, Submitted January 8, 2021.  
  • Marchetto, N.M., Begum, S, Wu, T, O’Besso, V, Yarborough, C. C., Valero-Pacheco, N, Beaulieu, A.M., Kitajewski, J.K., Shawber, C.W., Douglas, N.C. 2020. Role of endothelial Jagged1 in decidual angiogenesis during early mouse pregnancy. Endothelial Jagged1 Antagonizes Dll4/Notch Signaling in Decidual Angiogenesis during Early Mouse Pregnancy. International Journal of Molecular Biology. 21(18):6477. 
  • Zhao., Q., Naaldijk, Y., Sandiford, O., Marchetto, N. M., Douglas, N. C., Rameshwar, P., Morelli, S. S. 2020. Bone Marrow-Derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells Modulate Endometrial Stromal Cell Migration and Invasion. Abstract accepted to March 2020 SRI Meeting.  
  • Taylor, D., Marchetto, N. M., ChuLam, M., Hussain, F., Overbey, J., Pan, S., Lewis, D., Rosenn, B., Brustman, L. 2018. Racial Disparity in the Treatment of Severe Hypertension with Labetalol. Abstract accepted to 2018 SMFM Pregnancy Meeting.  
  • Marchetto, N. M., Glynn, R. A., Ferry, M. L., Ostojic, M., Wolff, S. M., Yao, R., Haussmann, M. F. 2016. Prenatal stress and newborn telomere length. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology. 215(1): 94.e1-94.e8.  
  • Fasanello, V. J., Carlton, E.D., Pott, M., Marchetto, N.M., Vaugn, E., McGraw, K.J., Mauck, R.A., Haussmann, M.F. 2015. Monomorphic ornamentation related to oxidative damage and assortative mating in the Black Guillemot (Ceppus grille). Waterbirds. 38(1):106-110. 
  • Haussmann, M. F. and N. M. Marchetto. 2010. Telomeres: Linking stress and survival, ecology and evolution. Current Zoology. 56(6):714-727.  
  • Haussmann, M. F., Longenecker, A. S., Marchetto, N. M., Juliano, S. A., Bowden, R. M. 2012. Embryonic exposure to corticosterone modifies the juvenile stress response, oxidative stress and telomere length. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Biological Sciences. 279(1732):1447-1456.  
  • Parvizi, J., Pulido, L., Matar, M., Marchetto, N.M., Og, B. 2011. Direct Anterior Femoroacetabular Osteoplasty for Anterior Femoroacetabular Impingement. Orthopaedic Proceedings. 93- B(SUPP_III), 250-250. 

Q&A

I knew I wanted to be a doctor from a really young age. My dad is a physician, and I grew up seeing how much of an impact he had on improving other people’s lives. I absolutely love connecting with people and I am constantly fascinated by science. I knew that being a physician would provide me with so many opportunities to connect with people while constantly learning.    

REI is a unique field within women’s health and OB/GYN. As a physician, I have this amazing chance to help individuals build a family! The field is really on the leading edge of technology and discovery. I know that it will constantly challenge me and offer new learning opportunities for improving the reproductive health of our communities.

I appreciate how SGF values the team model in that everyone plays an important role in the patient experience. It’s so important to me that our patients feel how much we care about them. The SGF care team provides superior patient-centered care. In addition, SGF has leveraged our high-volume experience to advance the field of research. I have so much respect for science and research and feel that working with SGF is the perfect fit for me.

I find it so important to take the time to listen to my patients and help them identify their concerns. I always empathize with them. I want them to know that I’m working with them as their partner in all the difficulties they go through on this journey.   

I would say I’m a life enthusiast. I am upbeat, passionate, and genuinely curious about all aspects of life. I am always looking forward to my next experience and adventure. 

I’m an artist! I love large-scale landscape painting (oil is my favorite medium), and I also enjoy photography. My husband and I carved out space in our new home as my studio. I loved being able to paint our invitations for our wedding, it made the event so personal. Art has always been an important outlet throughout all of my schooling and training. I’m happy that I’ve been able to save time for it.

I love traveling to new places, taking our Bernedoodle, Hudson, for long hikes in the fall, and making my own pizza at home.   

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