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Dr Dean Morbeck

by Sam everingham


Posted on 2019-01-23 at 23:57:20


Dr Morbeck  is actively involved with research, focusing on in vitro stress during embryo culture, specifically, identifying sources of stress and developing improved methods for detection and prevention of factors that cause stress during preimplantation embryo culture. As a Lecturer at the University of Auckland, Dr. Morbeck is actively investigating providing better embryo selection. Prior to joining in 2016, Dr. Morbeck spent 10 years at the Mayo Clinic and prior to that over 10 years as a laboratory director in private practice, first in Ohio and then in Minnesota. For three years (2004-2006) he functioned independently as  an off-site director/consultant at several clinics across the US

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