She co-invented a microfluidic device for sperm separation while at the University of Toronto and she is the co-holder of the patent for this device. She is also the sole inventor of the medical device, which is the centrepiece of the my123Baby kit. Additionally, Marion has experience in a wide variety of scientific disciplines – ranging from chemistry, to medicine, to biology, to physics, to mechanical engineering.
Her PhD studies were in embryology and stem cell research. Today, she leans away from unpredictable and artificial approaches. She advocates for disruptive technologies in health care that provide the option to live a healthy self-determined life and become more independent of artificial medical treatments. So it‘s no surprise that Marion‘s approach to tackling infertility is science-based and natural, and focuses first and foremost on the human beings who use it.