Over the years, entrepreneur and laboratory executive Alexander Stojanoff has accumulated a wide variety of honors and awards for his achievements in the field of in vitro fertilization. Following graduation with honors from the University of Melbourne in 1982 with his B.Sc. in Pathology, Alexander Stojanoff won a Monash University Graduate Scholarship to study in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Upon receipt of his M.Sc. in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Alexander Stojanoff was awarded an additional scholarship to the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Melbourne, where he worked towards his Ph.D. During this time, Alexander Stojanoff earned the 1987 Australian Scientist Award in Reproductive Biology from the Australian Society for Reproductive Biology. A frequent speaker and featured guest at numerous academic and professional conferences around the world, Alexander Stojanoff first presented as an invited expert at Keiai Hospital and Shohnan Hospital in Japan. For the next few years, Alexander Stojanoff would receive additional invitations to speak at hospitals and fertility research facilities in England, Holland, Belgium, Italy, Saudi Arabia, Hong Kong, and other locations throughout the world. Since then, Alexander Stojanoff has presented at Alvarado Hospital Medical Center in California, the Micromanipulation Workshop in Las Vegas, and the American Association of Bioanalysts’ College of Reproductive Biology. Holding membership in such professional organizations as the Australian Society of Reproductive Biology, the Fertility Society of Australia, the Society for the Study of Reproduction, and the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, Alexander Stojanoff regularly shares his knowledge with and learns from fellow colleagues in the field of reproductive research. Alexander Stojanoff has been licensed by the State of Nevada and the American Board of Bioanalysts as a laboratory director and earned a CLIA laboratory certificate of compliance. Today, Alexander Stojanoff dedicates his time and energy to the management of Clinical Laboratories Holding Company in Las Vegas, where he serves as CEO.