Anil Dubey has been a Doctor of Reproductive Physiology for over 30 years. He has held positions in research and administration. Dr. Dubey has directed numerous laboratories; including New England Memorial Fertility Center, State University of New York, and The American Board of Bioanalysts. He is also a reviewer for Scientific Journals like Biology of Reproduction, New England Journal of Medicine, and Fertility and Sterility. Dr Dubey has much experience in the fields of Andrology and Embryology, which he employs for our training and verification purposes.
Dr. Angle received her Ph.D. in 1983 from Auburn University in Reproductive Physiology. She completed two NIH (National Institute of Health) sponsored post-doctoral fellowships at universities in Texas and then moved to San Francisco for her IVF training at the University of California, San Francisco. Over the past twenty years, she has been an IVF Laboratory Director in Las Vegas, Seattle, and Little Rock. She has been licensed as a High Complexity Laboratory Director through the American Association of Bioanalysts since 1994. Dr. Angle teaches oocyte and embryo vitrification around the world and is an adjunct faculty member for the Embryology Master’s program at Eastern Virginia Medical School. She serves as a laboratory inspector for the College of American Pathologists, participates in several committees and task forces for ASRM, and is co-owner of International Reproductive Information and Services, L.L.C. (IRIS). She has published more than 50 scientific articles, book chapters, and abstracts and is an ad hoc reviewer for Fertility and Sterility. Dr. Angle joined Laurel Fertility Care in 2008 as Director of Embryology and their state-of-the-art laboratory.
Mike Perretti graduated from the University of Stonybrook in New York with a Bachelors in Biology. He has been in the embryology field for over 20 years. Perretti served as Senior Embryologist with Reproductive Specialists of NY for a number of years and oversaw many different clinical outcomes; this gives him vast knowledge regarding possible outcomes and solutions that may arise throughout our processes. He lends his experience in IVM, PGD and Vitrification, and skilled in both Andrology and Embryology to our esteemed team.
Emily Tornga graduated with Highest Distinction from Purdue University in 2006 with a B.S. in Medical Technology. She has worked as an embryologist in the field of Assisted Reproduction Technologies for 8 years and has worked as a supervisor; planning and executing all aspects of two ART laboratories. She has written laboratory protocols for vitrification and thawing of human oocytes and improved pregnancy rates through her efforts. Tornga received her Technical Supervisor certification in Embryology from the American Board of Bioanalysis in 2010 and is a certified Medical Laboratory Scientist through the American Society of Clinical Pathology.
Herman Rodriguez has over twenty years of experience in Embryology. He received his Masters in Reproductive Physiology from the University of Puerto Rico, Board certified through American Board of Bioanalysts (ABB) as a Technical Supervisor, and with the American College of Embryology (ACE) as an Embryology Associate. Early in his career, Mr. Rodriguez learned micromanipulation and ICSI under Dr. Frank Barnes. Mr. Rodriguez excels in supervising high pace and high volume IVF programs, developing and implementing new procedures such as embryo biopsy, High Magnification Sperm Selection for ICSI (IMSI), vitrification, and more recently embryo evaluation using time-lapse photography through the EEVA system. His latest endeavor is to become a laboratory consultant and establish his own company, INICIO. It is with this passion and pride that Mr. Rodriguez keeps pushing to provide the highest level proficiency and latest technologies to any IVF practice he is associated with and in turn, provide the highest and safest pregnancy rate for patients.
Justin Hall earned his Master’s Degree in reproductive physiology from Utah State University where he joined the research team that cloned the first mule. His research dealt specifically with the epigenetic reprogramming that donor cells experience as they are transformed from an adult cell to a stem cell. Upon completion of his degree he stayed at Utah State and managed a research lab involved in many animal cloning projects dealing with atrial fibrillation and cystic fibrosis. This research experience provided the foundation needed to enter the world of human assisted reproductive technology. He started his human IVF career working at the Fertility Center of San Antonio for Dr. Thomas Pool. After a few years in San Antonio he returned to the intermountain West and now works for the Idaho Center for Reproductive Medicine in Boise.