Dr. Ramon Tosta, DVM
Dr. Tosta performs all OPU and ET techniques, and oversees the health and well-being of all donor animals. As a DVM, Dr Tosta has conducted OPUs on more than 5000 animals, run thousands of ETs and has extensive work in R&D. Dr. Tosta is an American Embryo Transfer (AETA) member, maintaining the high industry standards as a Certified ET Practicioner. Born and raised on a Brazilian beef ranch, Dr. Tosta, developed a love of animals and decided to study veterinary medicine. An internship brought him to the US where he worked for seven years with assisted reproductive technologies.
Dr. Coelho has seven years of experience in embryology, cell culture and R&D. Coelho is responsible for the handling, searching and freezing of embryos. Coelho works closely with Dr. Tosta to ensure our lab’s biosecurity and quality control. A native of Brazil, Dr. Coelho was born and raised on a beef ranch, leading her to fall in love with veterinary medicine and acquire her DVM at the Unified Institute of Higher Education Objectivo in Brazil.
Andreanne graduated from Cégep de Saint-Hyacinthe in Saint-Hyacinthe, Quebec as a Vet Technician in 2015. As an intern with Semex partner-owner, CIAQ, she honed her animal care skills, working in the semen production facilities. Upon graduation, she accepted a position at Boviteq’s lab in Canada, specializing in IVF protocols, assisting OPUs, embryo transfers and research projects. Additionally, she was a Vet Coordinator, following donor production, pregnancy rates, reports and communication to the lab. Recently, she moved to California to serve as our OPU Coordinator, working as the conduit between our clients and the laboratory.