The Center for Advanced Reproductive Services (The Center), one of the leading family building programs in the country, announced Brian Miller, PhD has been named Chief Executive Officer. Miller will succeed Paul Verrastro, who is stepping down from his position on Dec. 23rd after a distinguished 23-year career at The Center.
Started in 1984, The Center for Reproductive Services is Connecticut’s largest fertility program employing over 100 individuals in the state in four locations and is responsible for the births of over 17,000 babies. The Center is an academic affiliate of UCONN School of Medicine.
Miller is a veteran of the fertility industry, with an extensive background in medical practice operations, business development and growth strategies, medical affairs, as well as clinical laboratory and research. “Brian is a long term colleague and friend of the Center with over 20 years’ experience in the fertility field. His talent and skill combined with an intimate understanding of the Center’s culture make him a perfect fit,” said Paul Verrastro, CEO, Emeritus.
Miller joins The Center from TMRW Life Sciences where he was Senior Vice President. Prior to that he was at a large women’s health company, Cooper Surgical Fertility Solutions, where he was Vice President, North America. Other previous positions include Chief Commercial Officer at Recombine, a clinical genetic testing company and Chief Operating Officer of Fertility Centers of New England. Brian began his career at the Hospital of Central Connecticut. He completed his PhD from the University of Connecticut.
“I am incredibly grateful to work at an organization that is so full of hope and inspiration,” remarked Brian Miller. “I look forward to continuing the Center’s tradition of providing the highest quality personalized care surrounded by the latest technologies and treatments in family building and infertility.”