Institute for Reproductive Medicine and Genetic Testing
Pioneer in Embryo Genetic Testing and Gender Selection
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Dr. Jerry Hall
Dr. Jerry Hall is the Laboratory Director of the Institute for Reproductive Medicine and Genetic Testing, an affiliate of The Tyler Medical Clinic. Dr. Hall has been involved in human assisted reproductive technologies for over 20 years, including seven years as laboratory director of In Vitro Fertilization at George Washington University.
Dr. Jerry Hall received his Ph.D. in 1974 from the University of Mississippi. After that he served a three year postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania, School of Medicine, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology.
Subsequently, Dr. Hall directed gamete research for the Laboratory of Reproductive and Developmental toxicology at the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences for four years. In 1981 Dr. Hall established the Center for Reproductive Research and Testing, the first private, comprehensive andrology laboratory in the United States.
He has had two general program award papers and a prize poster over the past few years at the American Society of Reproductive Medicine Annual Meeting and has authored over 100 scientific articles and abstracts. In addition, he also serves as a consultant to fertility programs throughout the United States and internationally.
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