More than Just Eggs!
The World Egg Bank offers you more than just eggs – we pride ourselves on our relationships with our Recipients, Donors, and each Clinic with which we work. Our staff utilizes sophisticated software to facilitate the process of selecting a donor, ordering eggs, securing financial arrangements, coordinating training, and finalizing the shipping. Since we are the most experienced egg bank in the world, you can count on your cycle to proceed efficiently; we will keep you in the loop all along the way! With The World Egg Bank there are no complicated formulas, long term commitments, or false-hope guarantees – just plain science.
Dr. Kuwayama earned his PhD. in biology at the School of Veterinary Science at Hokkaido University in Japan in 1997. His doctoral thesis work involved vitrification of embryos and mammalian oocytes, achieving the world’s first pregnancies with vitrified bovine eggs. Moving into the field of human embryology, he obtained the first babies in Japan and the US with vitrified oocytes. He has also perfected the technique and apparatus being used by most successful programs in the world (in 40 countries).He is currently the CEO of a private research institute, Repro-Support Medical Research Center in Japan, with a staff of 65 embryologists and 13 scientists studying vitrification and other related areas of expertise. Dr. Kuwayama is also the academic and technical supervisor of the embryology laboratory at Kato Ladies Institute, one of the largest IVF centers in the world, which currently undertakes 21,000 IVF cycles per year.
He has vitrified more than 200,000 human oocytes and embryos in his own center and others he works with. Dr. Kuwayama has sat on many international academic and professional boards, occupied Directorships, and invited lectures including:
Advanced Medical Research Institute of Fertility
Scientific Consultant, Irvine Scientific, California
Visiting Professor, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina
Invited Scientist, Royal Copenhagen University, Denmark
Visiting Scientist, Adelaide University, Australia,
Editor, Journal of Reproductive Bio Medicine Online
Board Member, Japanese Society of Clinical Embryologists
Lecturer, Meiji University
Lecturer, Azabu University
He has published 81 papers in vetted scientific journals on Reproduction and Fertility, Cryobiology, Biology of Reproduction and Theriogenology.
Considering Becoming an Egg Donor?
As the Spring Semester winds down, Arizona’s population growth comes to a halt – but not The World Egg Bank’s outreach efforts! With thousands upon thousands of qualified young living in the Phoenix area, The World Egg Bank gives them the resources they need to learn more about egg donation. You can find us on campuses around the Phoenix metro area and at student events, as well as in the College Times and New Times! If you have questions about becoming a donor please check out our website’s Donor resources or email Anna at email@example.com
The World Egg Bank strives to make building a family a simple reality.