by Sam Everingham
Posted on 2019-09-14 at 05:36:39
Jenny Cloherty has worked as a Clinical Embryologist for over 20 years and has a wealth of experience in all aspects of the field. She joined the Galway Fertility Clinic in 1997 and progressed with the clinic to her current role as Laboratory Director. Her main interests are in the implementation of new processes, such as egg freezing and genetic testing of embryos, which have expanded the services available in Galway Fertility Clinic, one of the few clinics worldwide that uses time lapse analysis for every cycle of IVF treatment. She was a founding member of the Irish Clinical Embryologists Association and the current Chair of the Irish Fertility Society. Jenny has a keen understanding of the details required to make IVF successful, and personally oversees the most difficult cases. With Known Consignor Status from the IAA, she has arranged international transfers of sperm and embryos for patients, allowing couples to focus on each part of their fertility journey separately. Galway Fertility Clinic is now part of the larger FutureLife group of Fertility Clinics, allowing for support from a wider family across Europe.
This guest blog is from Australian mum Jessie Schuhart McRae who will speak at the 4 July Domestic Surrogacy Webinar Infertility isn’t something you ever think about growing up. You fall in love, get married and say one day when we are ready we will start our family. For us we did a lot of […]
Lawyer, Stewart Dalley of D&S Law, has both lived and professional experience of surrogacy, having represented several people with their surrogacy journeys (domestically and internationally) as well as having three children of his own through surrogacy. Stewart is considered an expert in the field of the laws related to human assisted reproduction, including surrogacy, sperm, […]
In this difficult time, Growing Families is providing an update on current travel restrictions which will impact intended parents travelling internationally for embryo creation or the birth of children. OVERSEAS TRAVEL FOR BIRTHS (updated as at 4.30pm 22 July AEST) You need to consider Whether your local authorities will allow you to leave your home […]