To dive deeper into the diagnosis and treatment of infertility, we founded the Zouves Foundation for Reproductive Medicine in 2017. Our aim is to expand our knowledge about early human development and implantation for the immediate benefit of our patients and to extend that knowledge to others through scientific publication of our findings.
With the use of metabolic, morphologic, and genetic tools we are investigating the differences between embryos that produce successful outcomes and those that do not. In doing so, we are developing methods that rank embryos for transfer by
· defining the chromosomal content in embryonic cell lineages,
· identifying small predictive genetic differences in normal embryos, and
· examining genes involved in stress response.
The creation of the Foundation also provides the opportunity to augment our research progress with philanthropy. Using private support to optimize our research efforts, we will translate the most promising and exciting ideas into effective diagnostics and therapies.
We invite you to join us in this endeavor to advance the study of reproductive medicine by making a tax-deductible donation to the Zouves Foundation for Reproductive Medicine.
Thank you for your interest and support.