Adrienne Reing is an embryology supervisor, a position she has held for more than a decade. In the late 80’s, Adrienne developed a specialty in cryopreservation, under the guidance of Dr. Jacques Cohen. To this day, Adrienne is a leader in the IRMS laboratory in the technical application of cryopreservation to human eggs and embryos. Adrienne is also one of the first American embryologists to perform intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) in humans. In 1993, she received training in Belgium, in the laboratory in which ICSI was introduced, and extensive instruction directly from the developer of the procedure, Dr. Gianpiero Palermo. Along with her considerable micromanipulation and cryopreservation expertise, Adrienne brings to the lab an uncompromising dedication to precision in the performance of even the most routine embryologic task. In the complex environment of the embryology lab, this type of focused attention is crucial, and is the hallmark of every accomplished embryologist. Adrienne’s leadership in this area is essential to the overall laboratory mandate to provide completely individualized care to not only each patient, but to each and every embryo.