Professor, Arizona Center for Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility
Bin Wu, Ph.D. HCLD (ABB) is currently a director of the Assisted Reproductive Technology Laboratories at Arizona Center for Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility in USA. He received his training in animal genetics and reproductive biology at the Northwest Agricultural University in China and Cornell University, New York, where he worked with leading reproductive scientists in the field. Then, Dr. Wu was trained as a post-doctor fellow to work with famous embryo cryo-biologist Dr. Stanly Leibo at the University of Guelph in Canada. Dr. Wu ever was promoted as a professor to teach animal genetics, molecular genetics and reproductive bio-technology courses for graduate students in the College of Animal and Veterinary Sciences at the Northwest Agricultural University. As an embryologist, he later joined at the Center for Human Reproduction, the largest assisted reproduction facility in Chicago. Since 2001, Dr. Wu has been a chief embryologist and scientific laboratory director to obtain high IVF pregnant rates at Arizona Center.
Wu has an extensive research background with interest in oocytes in vitro maturation, embryo and egg freezing, testicular biopsy sperm in vitro culture, preimplantation genetic diagnosis, nuclear transfer, molecular biology, as well as perfecting blastocyst culture. He has published some significant papers on molecular regulation of oocyte in vitro maturation and cryobiology, embryo sexing, proto-oncogene expression by preimplantation embryos, optimal use of testicle biopsy tissue sperm in peer review journals. Dr. Wu is a member of many professional associations, such as the American Society for Reproductive Medicine; the International Embryo Transfer Society; the Society for the Study of Reproduction; American Association of Bioanalysts, Pacific Coast Reproductive Society and European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology. Also, Dr. Wu has obtained some significant research awards from these professional associations.