Lyndon Chang, MD, FACOG

Meet Dr. Lyndon Chang, our Medical Director at Hanabusa IVF.

For more than twenty years, Dr. Chang has devoted his career to Women’s Health Care and pioneering the advancement Japanese low-stimulation IVF in the United States.

Dr. Chang graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Pennsylvania State University, received his medical degree from Jefferson Medical College, and completed his residency at Lenox Hill Hospital on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, receiving the Kupperman Award for residency excellence.

Before specializing on the field of IVF, Dr. Chang served an underprivileged, high risk, obstetrical population in Harlem, NY, at The Paul Robeson Medical Center while supervising the Ob/Gyn residency program at Lenox Hill Hospital, earning numerous teaching accolades. He then began his own Ob/Gyn private practice.

Since 2006, Dr. Lyndon Chang was involved with New Hope Fertility Center in New York City, focused specifically on advancing Japanese low-stimulation protocols in the United States. During that time, he and his colleagues achieved several notable accomplishments including:

  • The first successful autologous (own egg) IVF  after ovarian transplantation
  • Pregnancy of the oldest woman (49 years old) to successfully conceive a baby through  IVF using her own eggs
  • Highest FSH to results in successful IVF using own eggs (166 ml)

Over the course of the past five years, Dr. Chang has helped facilitate over 25 live births with women aged 45 – 49, and over 125 live births with women with FSH ranging from 20 – 166 ml, who successfully conceived through in-vitro fertilization, using their own eggs.

Yoko Suzuki, MD, MPH

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Dr. Yoko Suzuki graduated from Nihon University Medical School.

She came to America after completing an internship at the U.S. Naval Hospital Okinawa. After passing the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE), she continued training in New York and Detroit, and went on to fellowship, specializing in Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery at Brigham Women’s Hospital, an affiliate of Harvard Medical School. With her graduation in 2010, Dr. Suzuki also received a Master of Public Health degree from Harvard University.

Afterwards she returned to Tokyo, Japan, where she studied fertility treatments, specifically minimal stimulation, Japanese IVF while working at Kato Ladies Clinic in Tokyo.

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