We are your one-stop for customized fertility analytics from personalized counseling to protocol evaluation.
For fertility patients, we use big data to empower your doctor to provide refund pricing to more patients like you.
to be 1,000 times more accurate than age-based estimates.
by data from over 150,000 IVF cycles and 750,000 embryos from diverse populations across the U.S., Canada, Europe, and Asia.
about helping more patients just like you to get more affordable IVF treatments at top IVF centers.
Univfy is the only validated IVF prediction platform that provides customized analysis and prediction tests for individual IVF centers and online expert resources for patients.
We have continued to set the highest bar for measuring the accuracy and clinical utility of IVF success prediction reports.
Univfy founding team began their academic research in IVF prediction modeling at Stanford University.
Univfy founding team published their first validated IVF prediction model.
• Univfy researchers identified powerful IVF success predictors.
Defining human embryo phenotypes by cohort-specific prognostic factors.
Jun SH*, Choi B*, Shahine L, Westphal LM, Behr B, Reijo Pera, Wong WH, Yao MWM. PLoS ONE 2008; 3(7):e2562. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.002562.
Dr. Mylene Yao and Professor Wing H. Wong co-founded Univfy.
Univfy began operating as a company and focused on R&D in 2010-2012.
• Univfy IVF prediction models are 1,000 times more accurate than age-based estimates when you use patients’ personal profiles.*
Deep phenotyping to predict live birth outcomes in in vitro fertilization.
Banerjee P*, Choi B*, Shahine LK, Jun SH, O’Leary K, Lathi RB, Westphal LM, Wong WH, Yao MWM. PNAS 2010;107(31):13559-60. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1002296107. Epub 2010 Jul 19.
Univfy began providing customized IVF prediction tools to support eSET counseling to providers.
• Univfy researchers found that the probability of having twin births with IVF is specific to each patient’s profile and can be predicted.*
Predicting personalized multiple birth risks after in vitro fertilization-double embryo transfer.
Lannon BM*, Choi B*, Hacker MR, Dodge LE, Malizia BA, Barrett CB, , Wong WH, Yao MWM, Penzias AS. Fertil Steril 2012;98(1):69-76. doi:10.1016/j.fertnstert.2012.0411. Epub 2012 Jun 4.
Univfy launched Univfy PreIVFTM and Univfy PredictIVF® for both IVF providers and fertility patients.
These Univfy IVF Prediction Tests* were designed to be ready-to-use and did not require customization to a specific IVF provider.
• Univfy PreIVF is the most accurate predictor of IVF success for patients before they start their first IVF cycle.
Personalized prediction of first-cycle in vitro fertilization.
Choi B, Bosch E, Lannon BM, Leveille MD, Wong WH, Leader A, Pellicer A, Penzias AS, Yao MWM. Fertil Steril 2013;99(7):1905-11. doi: 10.1016/j.fertnstert.2013.02.016. Epub 2013 Mar 21.
Univfy is customizing a visually intuitive Univfy IVF prediction report to each IVF center. Stay tuned for the launch of Univfy-powered refund program at an IVF center near you.
• Univfy and collaborators show the accuracy and power of a prediction model that uses the ovarian reserve marker, AMH, together with other predictors, to give accurate predicted probabilities of IVF success and the IVF success distribution of patients within a top IVF center.
Antimüllerian hormone levels and antral follicle count as prognostic indicators in a personalized prediction model of live birth.
Nelson SM, Fleming R, Gaudoin M, Choi B, Santo-Domingo K, Yao MWM. Fertil Steril 2015. doi: 10.1016/j.fertnstert.2015.04.032
"Most reproductive [centers] now offer special financing packages, [such as] discounts for multiple I.V.F. cycles paid upfront, or options to have part of the fee refunded if you don’t become pregnant...Univfy, a company that [provides] I.V.F. prediction tests, has recently introduced a free online "I.V.F. cost calculator" that uses your probability of becoming pregnant to help you compare the cost of different financing options."
"Univfy’s prediction models actually show more than 60 percent of the women who use them have a higher probability of IVF success than their age-based estimates alone suggest.....I’m Ms. Prepared, so I like the idea of being realistic about what your chances of getting pregnant might be, because IVF always seems to be the great unknown."
"More than seven million people struggle with infertility in this country. Treatments are now widely available, but they can cost tens of thousands of dollars. Now a company based in Los Altos is offering women a personalized predictor of their chances of success with IVF."
"Many women in their late 30s and beyond turn to IVF, usually with little sense of whether the physically demanding and expensive treatments are likely to work. Services like Univfy are trying to help women understand their own fertility better....[Univfy] draws on detailed data from a five-year study of IVF patients and other predictive models to provide personalized information about an individual’s likelihood of conception."