Eva Schenkman has been an Embryologist since 1992. She completed her undergraduate in Animal Science at Cornell University, where she trained with Robert H Foote, an early pioneer whose research led to in vitro fertilization in agricultural livestock, animal cloning and the discovery that female mammals are born with a finite inventory of eggs. She obtained her MS from Eastern Virginia Medical School in Embryology and Andrology. She also has a graduate certificate in Clinical Bioethics from Hofstra University and is licensed as a Technical Supervisor by the American Board of Bioanalysis and as a Clinical Laboratory Technologist by the NYS DOH. Currently, she is working on completing her PhD in Reproductive Clinical Laboratory Science at Eastern Virginia Medical School.