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Our embryologist



Lab Director   Wen-Yi, Julia, Chiang 



Julia has worked at the department of assisted reproduction technology (ART) for 16 years. And now, she is the director of the embryology lab, supervising the ART procedures, oocyte cryopreservation, and technique upgrading. 


A sense of mission


Julia started from a consultant, and truly understood what the customers need. She likes listening their sharing, as well as the story behind. Once she received a call, telling that she couldn't make the injection herself. Julia finished the routine works as soon as possible, and drove to that case's home to do the injection. Just like caring the patient, she served the embryo with all her heart.

"I always remind myself not to forget my original mind."


   With department of nursing


Be a learner

Although the daily work is tight now, Julia doesn't stop learning. At Stork Fertility Center, every patient has her own "pregnancy code," calculating the possibility of getting pregnancy based on the individual profile and IVF outcomes. This code is fully personalized, and also providing an indication for adjusting the following ART procedures. Julia believed that the works of an embryologist should not be routine, and there are many unknowns in this realm.

"The ART equippments are improved every day, so are we (embryologists)." 



With department of ART



Always dreaming

A 57-year-old case impressed Julia so much. After the patient's children going to the primary school, Julia still visited her family annually. Because the companion was from the beginning to the end during IVF, Julia still remembered her expression after hearing the pregnancy result. This memory pushed Julia to face each challenge bravely, and she said to herself,

" Every embryo is a dream from the family. I just want to realize the dream."
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