Bailey has served as the Embryologist at ACRM since January 2021. Prior to joining ACRM, she completed her Master of Science degree in Animal Science at Virginia Polytechnic and State University in 2020 where she specialized in Reproductive Biology and Genomics. She also holds degrees from Auburn University (BS in Animal Science) and Wichita State University (BGS in Chemistry). Additionally, she received further training in Embryology at W.E.S.T in Carlsbad California. As a graduate student her research was centered on improving reproductive efficiency, with a direct focus on oocyte (egg) growth and early embryonic development. She has publications within multiple peer reviewed scientific journals, including Biology of Reproduction, Journal of Animal Science and Biotechnology, and Scientific Reports. She has also had the opportunity to present her research at scientific conferences and as part of an initiative for communicating science. Since joining the ACRM team, she has been working within the Embryology lab performing IVF. Every day, she works diligently to ensure the best outcome for each patient that undergoes IVF procedures. When not in the lab, she and her husband, Cary, are usually at home covered in baby spit-up and pet hair as they take care of their two fur babies, Hendrix and Kevin Butters; and are first-time parents to their daughter, Hope Eleanor, who was born in March 2022! When they are able to get out of the house it’s usually to eat Mexican food or shop at Target.
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