Christine Sanow, MT, CLS
Christine was born and raised in northern California. After receiving her B.S. in Microbiology from San Jose State University in 1979, she completed her internship in Medical Technology at Community Hospital of Los Gatos, earning her state license as a clinical laboratory scientist. She worked at Community Hospital of Los Gatos for a total of 8 years before joining Los Olivos Women’s Medical Group. Working for 5 years at Los Olivos, she then went to the Fertility and Reproductive Health Institute of Northern California as a laboratory manager to set up a clinical laboratory. She was trained in gamete biology and worked for several years in the in vitro fertilization field. She returned to Los Olivos in 1991 as a hands-on laboratory manager. She has gained extensive experience in the Obstetrics and Gynecology area as well as Andrology. Chris joined Dr. Beer’s team in 1995 and handles the case management for patients in Northern California.

Jane Reed, B.Sc 
Jane Reed grew up in Eugene and received a B.S. (Hons) in Biology from the Robert D. Clark Honors College at the University of Oregon. After enduring five miscarriages and achieving pregnancy success using immunotherapy, Jane became actively involved with Dr Beer’s work during the last eight years of his life helping him manage data collection and administer his online discussion boards. She was founder and moderator of the original Reproductive Immunology Support Group at Yahoo Groups, maintains the Reproductive Immunology Support Resources site and helped to refine the content of Dr Beer’s book: Is Your Body Baby-Friendly?  Jane currently works as the chief data analyst for the Alan E. Beer Center has co-authored several of the Center’s studies and lectures, including a retrospective analysis demonstrating effectiveness of LIT and IVIG therapy over IVIG alone, a prospective study of Enbrel for recurrent miscarriage patients, a study on Humira and IVIG for treating unexplained infertility patients, and a comparison study of Arixtra use in pregnancy. Her collaborative research remains ongoing. See: Recent scientific papers.


Bio coming soon.