After spending three years and over $70,000 to get pregnant, Anderson-Bialis and her partner Jake Bilas cofounded FertilityIQ, a centralized place for people to get reviews and insight on fertility doctors. The startup has also been billed as a Yelp for fertility treatments, and is known for conducting a data-based study about factors that contribute to higher rates of IVF success.
In addition to heading up FertilityIQ, Anderson-Bialis studied law at University of California, Berkeley and volunteers her services in divorce cases for low-income families and victims of domestic violence.
Anderson-Bialis will be joining us at TechCrunch Disrupt in SF this September to discuss fertility-related solutions, the role of data in the fertility space, and what it’s like to be a startup disrupting a market driven by antiquated research.
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