David Adamson is a consulting reproductive endocrinologist and surgeon, Medical Director of Equal3 Fertility, Clinical Professor ACF at Stanford University, and Associate Clinical Professor at UCSF. He is Past President of the ASRM, SART, AAGL, the Committee on Reproductive Medicine for FIGO and several other major gynecological societies. He is Chair of the International Committee Monitoring ART, President of the World Endometriosis Research Foundation and ex officio Board member of the IFFS. He is a member of many prestigious professional societies and has been a board member and advisor to government, industry, professional and patient organizations. He has over 300 peer-reviewed and other scientific/medical publications, and has lectured extensively nationally and internationally on assisted reproductive technologies, endometriosis, reproductive surgery and infertility. Dr. Adamson led the committee that created The FIGO Fertility Toolbox and the organization that created the global Endometriosis Phenome and Biobanking Harmonization Project (EPHect), and he created the Endometriosis Fertility Index, all electronic tools used globally to improve health care for reproductive age women. He is Founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Advanced Reproductive Care (ARC Fertility), the largest United States network fertility company. He has been recognized as one of the best 400 physicians for women in America and received the Outstanding Achievement in Medicine award from the Santa Clara County Medical Society, a Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition for contributions to the community, Distinguished Surgeon award from the Society of Reproductive Surgeons, Honorary Life Membership from the Canadian Association of Internes and Residents, the Barbara Eck Founders Award from RESOLVE, several honorary memberships and professorships, and the ASRM Distinguished Service award for his outstanding achievements in advancing the practice of reproductive medicine.
Recognized as one of the nation’s top 400 doctors for women, Maria Bustillo, MD, has been leading the advancement of fertility care for more than 40 years. She is known for pioneering the use of ultrasound to extract eggs, a fertility technique developed in the 1980s and still widely used today. Board certified in reproductive endocrinology since 1983 and former research fellow in reproductive endocrinology and infertility at the Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, Dr. Bustillo has performed more than 4,000 assisted reproductive technology procedures.
A former professor and reproductive endocrinology and infertility fellow at Yale University, Michael P. Diamond, MD, is internationally renowned for his research in obstetrics and gynecology, having published more than 700 articles in academic journals. He is currently Brooks Professor and Chair, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Associate Dean for Research at the Medical College of Georgia, and Vice President for Clinical and Translational Sciences at Georgia Regents University.
A former university accounting and finance lecturer, Richard Adamson is a Canadian chartered accountant with more than 35 years of experience in mergers, acquisitions and sole proprietorship. For over15 years, Richard was President and CEO of one of Canada’s largest privately owned national service companies. Richard is past chairman of the board of Appliance Canada Limited, Canada’s largest wholesaler of contract household appliances and past chairman of the board of the Advanced Card Technology Association of Canada.