Kelly Sagerer began her career in research at the University of Pennsylvania in their reproductive biology laboratory in 1991. After spending a few years in reproductive research using animal models, Kelly longed to take the next step into human reproduction. In 1992 Kelly joined a large IVF center in NJ and traveled the world learning new and exciting advances in human reproduction.
Kelly has been working in reproductive laboratories for more than 18 years and has experienced the rapid and powerful growth in this technology. She has experience in both small and large programs. Through the years, Kelly’s fascination with the human embryo at its earliest stages of development has only increased. Having witnessed first-hand the dramatic improvements that have occurred in human embryology over the years, Kelly finds it thrilling to be able to personally offer a level of advanced technical care of early embryos that was once unimaginable.