Dr. Fábio Cruz is an attending physician at IVI Valencia and a faculty for Master’s degree and Post-graduate courses at the University of Valencia. Dr. Cruz graduated from the Colégio Anchieta with focus in Biology and Physics, and received his medical degree from the Federal University of Bahia (UFBA), in Brasil. He then completed his residency training in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the Perinatology Institute of Bahia, where he was elected Chief Resident for two years.
Dr. Cruz started his first Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility fellowship training at the University of Säo Paulo (USP) and worked as Associate Professor at The Federal University of Bahia (UFBA). After moving to Spain, Dr. Cruz completed a Reproductive Medicine fellowship at the Instituto Valenciano de Infertilidad (IVI) in Valencia. He also obtained a Master’s degree in Human Reproduction, and completed a postgraduate course in Gynecological Endoscopic Surgery, both at University of Valencia.
Dr. Fábio Cruz is a board member of the investigation committee at IVI. In the past ten years, he intensively participated in medical training, and has been often invited to speak nationally and internationally.
Education and Training
|B.Sc.||Colégio Anchieta (1997)|
|M.D.||The Federal University of Bahia – UFBA (2004)|
|Residency||The Perinatology Institute of Bahia (2007)|
|Fellowship||Instituto Valenciano de Infertilidad – IVI Valencia (2010)|
|Postgraduate (endoscopy)||University of Valencia (2011)|
|Master’s degree||University of Valencia (2013)|
Live birth after embryo transfer in an unresponsive thin endometrium.
Cruz F Bellver J
Gynecol Endocrinol. 2014 Jul;30(7):481-4.
Female overweight is not associated with a higher embryo euploidy rate in first trimester miscarriages karyotyped by hysteroembryoscopy.
Bellver J Cruz F Martínez MC Ferro J Ramírez JF Pellicer A Garrido N
Fertil Steril, 96:931-933.e1, 2011.
- Labarta E Mariani G Paolelli S Vidal C Giles J Bellver J Cruz F Marzal A Celada p Olmo I Alamá P Remohí J Bosch E O-173: A large prospective trial in unselected population confirms that low serum progesterone on the day of embryo transfer impairs pregnancy outcome in artificial cycles.. Presented at annual meeting of the 66th European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology, Vienna, Austria, 23-26 June 2019
- Labarta E Mariani Paolelli S Vidal C Giles J Marzal A Bellver J Cruz F Olmo I Alama P Celada P Bosch E Impact of serum progesterone levels on the day of embryo transfer in artificial endometrial preparation cycles on the ongoing pregnancy rate. An interim analysis. Presented at the 74th Scientific Congress & Expo of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, Denver, CO, USA, October 6-10, 2018