Founded by Dr. Joe Massey, The Egg Donor Collaborative exceeds over 50 years of combined expertise in fertility care. Dr. Massey believes that a shared egg donor network approach with like minded fertility centers will provide patients more options at a more affordable cost.

Joe Massey, M.D.

Joe Massey M.D. has been a pioneer in the field of infertility his entire career. He was involved in the first pregnancy in the world following assisted hatching in 1988 and the first ICSI in the U.S. in 1993. He has guided clinical trials and co-authored a plethora of medical journal articles. Along with Edouard Servy MD, Dr. Massey co-founded Servy Massey Fertility Institute, a low-cost, full-service fertility clinic in Georgia in 2011.

He founded Egg Donor Collaborative to give more clinics access to fresh donor cycles. He is also the founder of Egg Donor Alliance, an international initiative to make using egg donors more affordable.

Dr. Massey attended Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia for undergraduate and medical school. He completed obstetrics and gynecology and a fellowship in infertility at the University of Pennsylvania. In 1983 he co-founded Reproductive Biology Associates in Atlanta, where he practiced until 2006.

Ronald Feinberg, M.D., Ph.D.

Dr. Ronald Feinberg is a board certified reproductive endocrinologist and Director of IVF Programs at Reproductive Associates of Delaware. With a lifelong interest in the sciences, Dr. Feinberg was drawn to reproductive medicine primarily because of the research it involves. But the human side of infertility—the personal, real-life side—soon won his heart as he began to work with more and more couples in their quest to have the families they wanted.

As a husband and a father, his family means everything to him. So to be able to help you grow your family—in the safe, responsible and personal way he believes in—is incredibly fulfilling.

For over two decades, Dr. Feinberg has had the privilege to work directly with the academic medical community (including many years at Penn and Yale) as well as national patient advocate groups such as RESOLVE, the American Infertility Association, the PCOS Association and PCOStrategies. Currently, he serves as teaching faculty for the Christiana Care Health System and have been recently appointed as an affiliate professor at the University of Delaware.

Dr. Feinberg has also had the unique opportunity to co-author many journal articles, book chapters, and national presentations including Healing Syndrome O:  a unique book for patients devoted to fertility and pregnancy aspects of PCOS.

Lea Mueller

Lea Mueller understands it’s the little details that matter. A match is often made through the smallest detail, which is why she strives to provide individualized care for both intended parents and an extraordinary group of egg donors through their respective journeys. As the donation coordinator at PreciousEggs, she is the first person prospective donors hear from after submitting their application. Lea is a familiar and helpful connection for these women as they go through rigorous screening, and her laboratory background puts her in a unique position to answer clinical questions about the donation process.

Because Lea knows every donor who comes through PreciousEggs, she is a perfect fit to help intended parents find the right egg donor for them. She realizes the journey and alternative paths to parenthood can sometimes be overwhelming. That’s why her goal is to make every part of the process as easy and straightforward as possible for everyone involved to help make an intended parent’s family building dreams come true.

Karen Hammond, DNP, CRNP

Karen Hammond has worked in Obstetrics and Gynecology since 1981 and in the field of reproductive endocrinology and infertility since 1985. A recognized leader in reproductive endocrinology and infertility nursing, she has been an invited speaker and research presenter for numerous local, state, national and international nursing and medical meetings. She is the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the American Infertility Association, the world’s largest infertility patient advocacy organization. In addition, Ms. Hammond has published in both nursing and medical journals, authored chapters in more than a dozen medical textbooks, and recently edited a book on the Assisted Reproductive Technology Team. She received the Sigma Theta Tau Award for Excellence in Nursing Practice in 1990 and the Kirklin Clinic Circle of Excellence Award in 2000.

Lindsay Palowczuk, MSN, WHNP

Lindsay Polowczuk has been a part of the team at Piedmont Reproductive Endocrinology Group (PREG) for over 11 years. She loves helping patients build their families and understands the amount of strength it takes to make this commitment. She works hand-in-hand to help them pursue their dream of parenthood.

PREG is a world class fertility center with four locations. They provide sincere, compassionate, and sympathetic care – a very non-clinical approach to very clinical procedures. As a team, their goal is to exceed your expectations every visit.

Kim Edwards, DMS, MA

Kim has been working with Dr. Marwan Shaykh and Assisted Fertility Program for over 8 years and has abundant experience in the medical field. She is a trained ultrasound technician, phlebotomist, and medical assistant. From her many roles as the Egg Donor Coordinator to IVF Coordinator, Kim is a fast learner and always a team player.

The Assisted Fertility Program was the first IVF program in North Florida as they have been assisting with little miracles since 1985. They offer a full array of advanced reproductive technologies at their clinics in Jacksonville, Orlando, and Roanoke.

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