We are excited to announce that we have added new laboratory staff to our Park Avenue Fertility team. Dr. Kloos is the director of our on-site laboratory and Jennifer Hu leads our advanced andrology (sperm) services.
Dr. Bryan Kloos, PhD, TS
Dr. Kloos brings with him experience as the lead embryologist at the Fertility Centers of New England in Massachusetts. Embryology is a key factor in determining and supporting healthy embryos used in IVF procedures. Through testing, assisted zone hatching, and providing the correct atmosphere for developing embryos, many IVF treatments are able to successfully result in pregnancy.
Jennifer Hu, BGS, MS
Formerly with Cornell Center for Reproductive Medicine and Infertility in New York City, Jennifer Hu will be leading our advanced andrology services in our Connecticut fertility centers. As male fertility and reproductive health is a key factor in a couple’s ability to conceive, andrology is important for understanding what treatments can prove effective in treating male-related infertility. Low sperm count, irregular shaped sperm, restricted movement (motility), or impotence can affect fertility, however IVF and Intrauterine insemination (IUI) can improve successful pregnancy rates.
We are pleased at the opportunity to offer more patients our excellent level of care in our state-of-the-art Connecticut IVF centers. To learn more about additional treatments and services we offer at Park Avenue Fertility like comprehensive chromosome screening or intracytoplasmic sperm injection during IVF, egg cryopreservation, and natural cycle “green” IVF, contact our Fairfield, CT office at 203-254-6000, our Trumbull, CT location at 203-372-6700, or email us at email@example.com to arrange a consultation with Dr. Levi.
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