Dr. Danielle Lane of Lane Fertility Institute is a highly regarded reproductive endocrinology and fertility specialist who provides fertility services for residents of San Francisco, Santa Rosa, and Novato, California. Patients from throughout the state of California, not to mention from throughout the entire U.S. and other countries, seek out specialized fertility treatment provided by Dr. Lane and the other highly reputable providers at Lane Fertility Institute. Dr. Lane provides many services including IUI, IVF, fertility preservation, alternative family planning, PGD/PGS, and many other fertility services.
Dr. Lane attended McGill University before completing her medical training at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, her residency at Yale-New Haven Hospital and her fellowship at the University of California, San Francisco. She opened the Center for Reproductive Health at Kaiser Permanente in Napa-Solano in 2005. In 2009 she founded Lane Fertility Institute. The Institute has grown to a multi-physician practice with a state of the art embryology laboratory.
Dr. Danielle Lane is committed to providing education for women about preservation of their fertility and developing lower cost models to improve access to care. She has built an organization focused on the core values of teamwork and collaboration needed to help individuals through their fertility journey. In addition, the continuous and rigorous professional development that permeated the culture at Lane Fertility Institute ensures that the organization’s protocols and laboratory techniques remain on the cutting edge. This is reflected in LFI’s consistently superior pregnancy rates.
Dr. Lane has authored many scientific articles and patient articles. Her research interests include developing patient-sensitive protocols, fertility preservation using oocyte vitrification, ethnic variability in IVF response, and improving fertility awareness amongst women aged 25-35 years.
The Parsley Health Fertility Life Cycle Summit
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