Michael Kamrava, M.D., earned a Bachelor of Science in physiology with high honors from University of Illinois, USA, and graduated from Case Western Reserve Medical School in 1976 with honors in Endocrinology. Following a residency in OB/GYN, he finished a fellowship in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility at Beth Israel Hospital, Harvard medical school, Boston, MA. He has served at the faculty position and been involved with teaching resident and medical school students at UCLA. He was the principal investigator on the use of pulsatile subcutaneous GnRH in ovulation induction. He has been on the editorial staff of different national and international scientific journals, and has authored and co-authored many scientific journal articles. In addition, he has been an invited speaker at numerous national and international talks and conferences and has conducted international workshops. He was awarded the “Golden Telescope” for introducing the SEED technique for embryo implantation..