LEE MAN, CTN, LABORATORY AND SCIENTIFIC DIRECTOR HCLD
Dr. Lee Meng received his doctorate in reproductive physiology and also earned a doctorate from the University of Western Ontario, Canada and the Oregon National Primate Research Center (ONPRC). Based on non-human models of rodents and primates, Dr. Meng's studies focused on the interaction of nucleocytoplasm during oocyte maturation and the development of preimplantation embryos in human and human primates. Dr. Maine successfully cloned the world's first Rhesus primacy in 1997 at ONPRC. In 1998, Dr. Maine began his first IVF clinical laboratory at Brown University. Dr. Meng also twice won the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) General Program Award, which emphasizes the importance of germinal vesicle transfer in human oocytes and SpindleView imaging systems for non-invasive monitoring of cell spindles life.