Eric Urcia received his Bachelor’s of Science in Biology from James Madison University, and his Master’s Degree in Biomedical Science from Barry University. Mr. Urcia has over 17 years of experience as a Clinical Embryologist, and began his career at the Weill Cornell’s Center for Reproductive Medicine in New York City where he trained with pioneers in the field of in vitro fertilization and assisted reproductive technology. He has had the opportunity to work in world-class IVF Centers including Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey, the Genetics and IVF Institute, and Columbia University. Mr. Urcia is an expert in all current embryo and gamete micromanipulation techniques including ICSI, assisted hatching, and multiple forms of embryo biopsy, and has presented his clinical and research findings at the American Society for Reproductive Medicine.
“I’ve been fortunate to have worked with and learned from pioneers in the field of IVF, and feel honored to continue that tradition here with such a committed group of individuals at CFP.”
He holds accreditation from the American Association of Bioanalysts as a Technical Supervisor, and has been certified as a Clinical Laboratory Technologist from the New York State Department of Health. Mr. Urcia is a member of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine and the American Association of Bioanalysts, and is a past member of the New York Metropolitan Embryologists Society.