Kathleen Miller – Vice President of Laboratory Services, leads the team specializing in assisted reproduction technologies. The author of more than 100 abstracts and papers on fertility and assisted reproduction technologies, Ms. Miller is well known for research advances in the field of blastocyst culture, and pre-implantation genetics as well as a leading expert in laboratory management, quality improvement programs, and single embryo transfer.
Her state-of-the-art designed laboratories at Billings Clinic, University of Alabama, Advanced Reproductive Medicine and Gynecology’s Fertility Institute of Hawaii, Aurora Reproductive Care in Saskatoon, Coastal Fertility Center in Charleston, SC, UNC Fertility Center in Chapel Hill, NC, and Family Fertility Center at Texas Children’s Hospital, Baylor College of Medicine in Houston TX and Spring Creek Fertility Center in Dayton, OH continue to deliver exceptional pregnancy rates and cutting edge technologies. Ms. Miller continues to function as scientific director at IVF Florida and the IVF laboratory director at Family Fertility Center, Reproductive Gynecology of Ohio, and Billings Clinic.
Ms. Miller is actively involved research projects relating to many areas of assisted reproduction. She is actively involved in research projects with medical students, residents and fellows at the University of Miami, Florida International University, Florida Atlantic University and Baylor College of Medicine. She also involved with conducting the triennial IFFS survey. At IVF Florida, she continues to work on time-lapse technology to select embryos that have the best chance of developing into a successful pregnancy and birth.
Previously, she was the director of the Genesis Fertility Centre in Vancouver, Canada, Assisted Reproduction Laboratories at the Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey and the joint program at Southeastern Fertility Center, the Medical University of South Carolina, and the University of South Carolina School of Medicine. She is certified in the disciplines of embryology and andrology by the American Board of Bioanalysis. A former president of the College of Reproductive Biology of the AAB, she is still an active member and serves on many committees of ASRM, ESHRE, and AAB.