Hisham Greiss, MD, PhD - Bio

Hisham Greiss, MD, PhD - Bio

Dr. Hisham Greiss, a renowned geneticist, is director of Fertility and Cryogenics Lab. Dr. Greiss received his Doctor of Medicine degree from the medical college of Cairo University and his Ph.D. in genetic selection from the Bulgarian Academy.

Dr. Hisham Greiss, a renowned geneticist, is director of Fertility and Cryogenics Lab. Dr. Greiss received his Doctor of Medicine degree from the medical college of Cairo University and his Ph.D. in genetic selection from the Bulgarian Academy.

He was awarded an Honoree Professorship in the Ukrainian Academy, and he is a certified High-Complexity Clinical Lab Director (HCLD), certified Embryology Laboratory Director (ELD) from the American Board of Bio-analysis (ABB). He is also a certified tissue bank specialist from the American Association of Tissue Banks (AATB).

Experience

Prior to opening Fertility and Cryogenics Lab, Dr. Greiss held many prestigious positions, including lab director of Midwest Fertility Center in the Chicago area, lab director of Palm Beach Fertility Center and Supervisor of Embryology and Andrology at the Center of Human Reproduction in Chicago, Illinois.

Under the direction of Dr. Greiss, Fertility and Cryogenics Lab is accredited with commendation by the American College of Pathologists (CAP), certified by Clinical Lab Improvement Amendment (CLIA) and registered at the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Dr. Greiss has published more than 50 peer-reviewed articles in 10 countries on the subject of genetic selection. He also has visited and served in more than 25 countries in a professional capacity. His expertise in micromanipulation and extended sequential embryo culture has maintained pregnancy and take-home baby rates higher than the U.S. national average.

Professional Organizations

Hisham Greiss, M.D., Ph.D. is an active member of the American Society of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM), the American College for Reproductive Biology (CRB), the American Association of Bio-analysts (AAB) and the American Association of Tissue Banks (AATB).

 



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