Marsha was born and raised in the Capital District. Her love for science and children lead her to an education in Human Biology and Embryology. She completed her Bachelors of Science at the State University of New York in 2000 in Human Biology with a combined major of Anthropology and Biology and a minor in Women’s Health. The education she completed was tailored to fit her embryology interests. Marsha completed her Masters in Clinical Embryology in December of 2004 at Leeds Medical School in England and is currently working on her PhD in Public Health and Health Services. Her career at Albany IVF started with medical filing, blood draws, daily endocrine levels and semen analyses while an undergraduate and has grown to include supervising the Albany IVF laboratories, and embryology. Her Professional memberships are with the American Association of Bioanalysts, American Society for Reproductive Medicine, and ALPHA. Marsha aspires to start a fertility preservation program at Albany IVF that would include the freezing of oocytes and ovarian tissue in the future.
"I really love my job and cannot imagine doing anything else. My relationship with our patients is priceless and I am honored that they allow me to help with such private matters."