Salustiano Ribeiro, MS

Title(s)Embryologist, Ob/Gyn, Reproductive Sciences
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    AAB Board of Registry, St. Louis, MO Board Certified Laboratory Scientist2017Embryology and Andrology
    American Board of Bioanalysis (ABB), St. Louis, MOBoard Certified Technical Supervisor2017Embryology and Andrology
    University of Leeds, Leeds, United KingdomMaster of Sciences with Merit2016Clinical Embryology
    University of California, Davis, CABachelor of Sciences2011Biotechnology

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    Salu is a Senior Embryologist at the University of California in San Francisco (UCSF). He graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biotechnology from the University of California at Davis while working under Professor Trish Berger, PhD on various studies on Sertoli cells. Salu continued his studies and received his Master degree in Clinical Embryology from the University of Leeds in the United Kingdom. Salu then joined the UCSF IVF lab where in addition to his daily embryology duties, he is pursuing several of his research interests such as artificial intelligence, microfluidic technology, and transgender reproductive health in IVF. In addition, Salu has co-authored a chapter in Reproductive Biology (Yen & Jaffe's Reproductive Endocrinology, 8th Edition) with his fellow IVF Laboratory members which is currently used as a didactic learning material for UCSF School of Medicine.

    Salu has participated in several advisory board memberships and is currently an active board member of Northern California Association of Reproductive Biologists (NCARB), College of Reproductive Biology (CRB) – Legislative Committee Member, AAB Board of Registry, AAB Associate Member Section, and West Africa Village Education (WAVE).

    In his spare time, Salu enjoys travelling around the world and giving back by volunteering his time to the non-profit organization WAVE whose mission is to provide education to children in Ghana, West Africa.

    In his spare time, Salu enjoys travelling around the world and giving back by volunteering his time to the non-profit organization WAVE whose mission is to provide education to children in Ghana, West Africa.

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    1. MM Quinn, L Jalalian, S Ribeiro, K Ona, U Demirci, M Cedars, M Rosen. Microfluidic Sorting Selects Sperm for Clinical Use With Reduced DNA Damage Compared to Density Gradient Centrifugation in Split Semen Samples. Reproductive BioMedicine Online. 2018 Nov 1; 37:e1-e2.
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    2. Sundaram V, Ribeiro S, Noel M. Multi-chorionic pregnancies following single embryo transfer at the blastocyst stage: a case series and review of the literature. J Assist Reprod Genet. 2018 Dec; 35(12):2109-2117. PMID: 30362060.
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    3. Quinn MM, Jalalian L, Ribeiro S, Ona K, Demirci U, Cedars MI, Rosen MP. Microfluidic sorting selects sperm for clinical use with reduced DNA damage compared to density gradient centrifugation with swim-up in split semen samples. Hum Reprod. 2018 Jul 10. PMID: 30007319.
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    4. Jerome Strauss, Robert Barbieri, Antonio Gargiulo / S. Ribeiro, et al. Chapter 32: Gamete and Embryo Manipulation.Yen & Jaffe's Reproductive Endocrinology 8th Edition . 2018; 1008.
    5. S. Ribeiro, S. Simbulan, X. Yang, G. Olivera, W. Lin, M. Rosen. BAO-1 Expanding human blastocyst expansion takes longer to expand compared to expanded blastocysts after warming on biopsied and non-biopsied embryos: a time lapse analysis. Reproductive BioMedicine Online. 2017 Nov 1; 35:e1.
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    6. Kao E, Villalon R, Ribeiro S, Berger T. Role for endogenous estrogen in prepubertal Sertoli cell maturation. Anim Reprod Sci. 2012 Nov; 135(1-4):106-12. PMID: 23041111.
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