Our director Hung-Chi Chang went to America in 2001 after working for National Taiwan University hospital, obstetrics and gynecology department. In Ney York University School of Medicine, he worked as a full-time scientist in Center for Reproductive Medicine. Not only did he succeed developing a model of in-vitro fertilization using mouse’s sperm cell and oocyte in 2002, but he also succeeded developing vitrification of mouse’s oocyte and using it for patient’s clinical application in 2004. In 2005, the successful example of human oocyte cryopreservation development was reported by NBC TV which showed Director Chang several times, including him examining oocyte’s spindle. During 2002 to 2007 while he was working for the center, he published over 10 theses in the highest authority in the field of human reproduction, the American Society for Reproductive Medicine. He also gave lectures several times on scientific conference of reproductive medicine department in New York University Medical School.

This is the NBC news video broadcasted in 2005↓

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