The International IVF Initiative - i3

Session 2: Breakthroughs In Cryostorage Technology

International IVF Initiative

Session 2: Breakthroughs In Cryostorage Technology

Session 2: Breakthroughs In Cryostorage Technology

Host / Moderator Dr. Jacques Cohen 

Thermographic Imaging: A Breakthrough Invention Providing an Effective and Reliable Cryogenic Storage Monitoring
Dr. Zsolt Peter Nagy

Directly tracking biological samples at cryo-temperatures using a retrofit system to automate auditing and billing
Alex Parker

A robotic cryostorage solution that provides comprehensive software for both specimen and inventory management; novel labware; and, proactive environmental monitoring.
Cynthia Hudson


Dr. Zsolt Peter Nagy, M.D., Ph.D., HCLD

Dr. Zsolt Peter Nagy, M.D., Ph.D., HCLD

Dr. Nagy is member of several national and international professional societies, including ASRM, ESHRE, Alpha. He is also board member of the International Society for Fertility Preservation (ISFP) and of the Alliance for Fertility Preservation (AFP) and past Chair of Alpha Scientist in Reproductive Medicine (ALPHA). Dr. Nagy is a reviewer of several medical journals, and currently he is section editor of RBMonline, past Section Editor of Human Reproduction. He has been an invited speaker in several hundreds of meeting/congresses in over 50 countries across the world. Dr. Nagy is author or co-author of over 200 publications, including several dozens of book chapters and five books.

Alex Parker

Alex Parker

Alex is the newly-appointed CEO of Kustodian, a hardware and software company specialising in cryo-temperature tracking. He has been involved in the fertility industry for three years. Previously, Alex managed research and development teams at a quantum computing company in Vancouver, Canada. He earned his Masters in Mathematics from the University of Leeds.

Cynthia Hudson

Cynthia Hudson

As Founder and CEO of Manhattan Fertility Services, a full-service fertility center with in-house IVF lab, Cynthia built and operated the practice while developing a pioneering patient experience and new, viable revenue streams. Her creation of a reference andrology lab, management corporation, and associated medical practice played a critical role in the center’s growth and eventual sale.
She applied this same holistic expertise as co-Founder of Kindbody — a revolutionary reproductive firm that combines best-in-class technology, clinical excellence, and accessible pricing to connect the full patient experience on one intuitive platform. And as Founder and CEO of Cellavita, an Assisted Reproductive Technology consulting service established in 2004, Cynthia offered a variety of advisory and laboratory services to a wide range of corporate clients and domestic and international clinical IVF programs.
Cynthia is a member of multiple medical organizations, including the American Board of Bioanalysis, American Society for Reproductive Medicine, and American College of Embryology. She she has made dozens of published contributions to leading scientific journals, such as Fertility & Sterility, Human Reproduction, and Science. Her work has also been featured in presentations at the American Society for Reproductive Medicine and European Society for Human Reproduction and Embryology. 

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