As director of Embryo Transfer Services and Genomic research, Marty manages all aspects of both technologies including bovine embryo exports with the Greenbelt team. His current research in the application of Genomics in herd management is the largest project of its type in North America.
Dr. Darrow earned both his Masters of Science and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degrees from the University of California, Davis, and his work in embryo transfer over the past 35 years has carried him around the globe both teaching the technology and carrying out programs.
Returning to North America in 1998 he introduced embryo sexing to the region and has sexed over 20,000 embryos. He served 6 years on the board of the local Multiple Sclerosis Society, five of which as Chairman, enjoys training dogs in agility and can be frequently found biking or hiking around the Chilliwack area.