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The American College of Embryology has named out Dr. Briton-Jones as Embryologist of the Month for December, for her decades of research and multitude of other contributions to the advancement of fertility medicine.

Utah fertility specialistDr. Briton-Jones trained in Australia and worked in combined research and clinical positions in Australia, Hong Kong and in California before taking the role as laboratory director for Utah Fertility Center at our location in Pleasant Grove, and off site laboratory directorships for Idaho Center for Reproductive Medicine and Nevada Center for Reproductive Medicine.

With more than 20 years of experience in clinical embryology, Dr. Briton-Jones has participated in refining and developing the laboratory techniques that have contributed to the growing success of assisted reproductive technologies, with over 100 peer reviewed scientific manuscripts and abstracts published in international journals. While in Hong Kong, Christine secured more than 1 million dollars in grants to fund research projects and developed Y-chromosome micro-deletion screening services through the Hospital Authority of Hong Kong. While in California, Christine was the research director for ART Reproductive Center in Beverly Hills, the embryology service for UCLA and Cedars Sinai Medical Center.

Christine is a frequent presenter at the American Society for Reproductive Medicine annual conference, the Pacific Coast Reproductive Society annual meeting and has been an invited speaker at international fertility conferences in Scotland, England, Canada, Australia, mainland China and in Hong Kong.

She is a current member of the Editorial Board of Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology Journal and is an ad hoc reviewer for Journal of Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology, Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology Journal Online, Journal of Assisted Reproduction and Genetics, Theriogenology, Human Reproduction and Molecular Human Reproduction. Christine also serves as embryology advisor for the American Board of Oriental Reproductive Medicine.