Colorado is home to eight infertility programs in Denver, Parker, Lone Tree, Littleton, Englewood, Colorado Springs and Fort Collins, ranging from small, single physician clinics to large, multi-office programs with several doctors. This group of nationally leading IVF laboratories is home to over 50 clinical embryologists and andrologists, as well as clinical researchers. CART was founded to serve this community of extraordinary, dedicated reproductive technologists by providing access to educational events, networking opportunities and a platform to share thoughts and experiences with peers in our state. We hope that you will join us in bringing reproductive technologists of Colorado together for the benefit of us all.
Here is a list of the active IVF laboratories in Colorado:
ADDITIONAL REGIONAL ART SOCIETIES AROUND THE NATION
Atlantic Coast Embryology Society (ACES) - Contact: Dara Berger
Chicago Area Reproductive Association (CARA) - Contact: Jaclyn Lambe-Steinmiller
Dallas Embryologist Association (DEA) - Contact: Carlos Guerrero
Desert Southwest Embryology Association (DSEA) - Contact: Brian LoManto
New England Association of Reproductive Biologists (NEARB) - Contact: Rebecca Holmes
New York Metropolitan Embryology Society (NYMES) - Contact: Eva Johnson Schenkman
Northern California Association of Reproductive Biologists (NCARB) - Contact: Phil Marsh
Northern Utah Reproductive Scientists (NURDS) - Contact: Shaun Reed
Seattle Tacoma Area Reproductive Society (STARS) - Contact: Anna Caldwell
Southern California Assisted Reproductive Biologists (SCARB) - Contact: Linda Anderson
South Texas Association of Reproductive Technologists (START) - Contact: Tony Anderson
To facilitate communication between reproductive technologists, to offer a forum for scientists associated with reproductive biology for exchange of ideas, concerns and experiences, and to organize educational events for reproductive technologists as well as other professionals involved with assisted reproduction.