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Jason Swain
National Foundation for Fertility Research

Jason E. Swain, PhD, HCLD is a member of the NFFR research team and also acts as the Corporate Laboratory Director of Fertility Laboratory Sciences in Englewood, CO, where he manages a growing network of clinical IVF laboratories. Previously, Jason was an associate professor in Obstetrics & Gynecology at the University of Michigan, where he also directed the Assisted Reproduction Technology Laboratories. Jason completed his BSc at Hillsdale College in his native Michigan, his MSc in Animal Science at Purdue University, his PhD in Molecular and Integrative Physiology at the University of Michigan and his clinical post-doctoral training in a private fertility clinic in San Antonio, TX. Jason’s research interests include pursuit of methods to improve in-vitro embryo culture conditions through modification of both the physical and chemical culture environment.