Dr. Bin Wu

Arizona Center for Reproductive Endocrinlogy and Infertility

Bin Wu, Ph.D., HCLD is currently a scientific laboratory director at Arizona Center for Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, USA. He received his training in genetics and reproductive biology at the Northwest Agricultural University in China and Cornell University, New York and post-doctor training at University of Guelph, Canada. He was promoted as a professor at the Northwest Agricultural University. As an embryologist, he later joined in the Center for Human Reproduction in Chicago. Dr. Wu has membership for many professional associations, such as American Society for Reproductive Medicine; International Embryo Transfer Society; Society for the Study of Reproduction; American Association of Bioanalysts and European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology. Also, he has obtained some significant research awards from these professional associations.


  • 2001 - current

    Arizona Center for Reproductive Endocrinlogy and Infertility

  • 1999 - 2000

    The Center for Human Reproduction

  • 1996 - 1998

    University of Guelph

    Major research on oocyte maturation and oocyte cryopreservation under Dr. Stanly Leibo\'s direction.

  • 1993 - 1996

    Cornell University

    Major completing Ph.D thesis research and writing Ph.D thesis under the direction of Dr. Bob Foote and Dr. Jerry Yang

  • 1991 - 1992

    University of Idaho

    major research on proto-oncogene expression in ovine preimplantation embryos and embryo sixing under Dr. Jim Butler\'s direction


  • 1978 - 1981

    Animal Sciences , Northwest Agricultural University, Yangling, Shaanxi Province

    Animal Science

  • 1982 - 1984

    Animal Genetics and Breeding, Northwest Agricultural University, Yangling, Shaanxi Province

    Animal Sciences

  • 1991 – 1995

    Veterinary Obstetrics, Northwest Agricultural University, Yangling, Shaanxi Provice

    College of Animal and Veterinary Sciences

Edited Books

  • Advances in Embryo Transfer

    Embryo transfer has become one of the prominent high businesses worldwide. This book updates and reviews some new developed theories and technologies in the human embryo transfer and mainly focus on discussing some encountered problems during embryo transfer, which gives some examples how to improve pregnancy rate by innovated techniques so that readers, especially embryologists and physicians for human IVF programs, may acquire some new and usable information as well as some key practice techniques. Major contents include the optimal stimulation scheme for ovaries, advance in insemination technology, improved embryo transfer technology and endometrial receptivity and embryo implantation mechanism. Thus, this book will greatly add new information for readers to improve human embryo transfer pregnancy rate.