Top Management 


Scientific ConsultantDominique de Ziegler, MD

Professor Dominique de Ziegler was born in Nice, France.  At the age of thirty, before starting residency and fellowship training at UCLA, Dom took part in 1979 in the opening of the joint mission of ICRC of UNICEF in Cambodia.  In these somber times when the country was in rags and tears, Dom spent most of 1979 in Phnom Penh, participating in the early days of the rebuilding effort.

Dom trained in Obstetrics and Gynecology (Ob Gyn) and subspecialty of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (REI) at the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA).  He became Diplomate of the American Board in Ob Gyn and REI.  Dom was subsequently an Assistant Professor at the University of New Jersey and an Associated Professor in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility in Paris.

Professor de Ziegler has authored more than 230 articles and numerous book chapters in the field of reproductive hormones, infertility and assisted reproductive technologies (ART).  After directing Infertility and ART at Geneva Hospital, Dom headed for the past 10 years the division of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility at Université Paris Descartes – Cochin Hospital.  There, Dom had the great honor and pleasure of training Dr Sokteang Sean in the art of managing clinical infertility.  Since June 2017, Dom has joined the team of Foch Hospital in Paris, as University Consultant and Professor Emeritus. More information about Professeuor Dominique de Ziegler please visit below website. Dom has significantly contributed to an efficient fertility treatment at FCC.


Managing Director 

Mr. Hor Samnang holds a Bachelor of Education and a Master of Sociology and Anthropology from the Royal University of Phnom Penh (RUPP).

He used to be a Teacher's Trainer, Academic Manager and Business Development Executive. He was a national leader of Ship for Southeast Asian and Japanese Youth Program (SSEAYP) in 2005.  

Currently, he is the founder and managing director of FCC. Also, he's the Vice President of SSEAYP International Cambodia. 



General Manager

Monika spent almost for 10 years as a Vice President of a Private Educational Institution (New York International School), in charge of Admin & Human Resources, and Education. Then, he changed his professional career to be a part of Legal Practitioner at Legal Aid of Cambodia for seven years. He holds the position of an Advocacy Officer that was also in charge of project management, including planning, budgeting, monitoring and evaluation, and reporting.

He hold two Master Degrees of Laws, Master of Private Laws from the Royal University of Laws, and Economics. In addition, Monika was awarded one year and two months Australian Government Funded Scholarship where he earned his second Master of Law (LLM) from the Number One Law School in Australia, the University of Melbourne in March 2016. Currently, he's a certified lawyer as well.





Medical Director

Doctor Sean is the Medical Director and co-founder of FCC since its inception in September 2014.  Dr. Sean pursued her specialization in Obstetrics and Gynecology and Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility management in Paris.  During her stay in France, Dr Sean received special training at Cochin Infertility and ART center under the direct supervision of Professor de Ziegler. 

DR Sean received further training on embryology at NUH Fertility Center in Singapore under the direction of direction of Professor PC Wong.  The opening of the first fertility clinic in Cambodia, FCC, 35 years after the country emerged from its darkest time in history was the object of an article in the international journal in the field, Fertility and Sterility (2015).  Since inception of FCC’s activities, Dr Sean and her team at FCC have allowed hundreds of couples to conceive and fulfill their dream of funding a family.  Throughout this time, Dr Sean has devoted time and energy to train one of the most complete team of fertility specialists in the Kingdom.  In her endeavor, Dr Sean became widely credited and approved by the medical community and government authorities alike.  Dr Sean has a strong passion in her career and is dedicated to serve demanding patients and her country at large. 









Lab Director, Ph.D.

Dr Chiter is a North African Berber from the eastern province of Sétif. After graduating with a Bachelor of Science from the University of Sétif, Dr. Chiter began his career in academia in 1995, following the award of his Ph.D. in Developmental Biology from the University of Sheffield in England.

He worked as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Laboratories of Prof. G. Eric Blair at the University of Leeds, constructing Transgenic Animal Models for the study of the neuropathology of nociception (pain perception), then with Prof. Mike Forbes, School of Biology, University of Leeds, studying DNA integrity in genetically-modified food. He pursued his interests in research and teaching in the field of neuroscience with Prof. Michael O’Shea at the Sussex Centre for Neuroscience, the University of Sussex in England, until 2007.

Dr Chiter began his initial training in Clinical Embryology and Andrology in Brighton in the South of England, before embarking on a career in Clinical Embryology at the H.M.C. in the Gulf region between 2007 and 2012.  At the Military Hospital of the Bahrain Defence Force, he initially fulfilled the role of Clinical Embryologist and Andrologist, then progressed to a Senior Embryologist performing all aspects of Clinical Embryology an Andrology. He assumed managerial and administrative duties between 2012 and 2017 at the Bahrain Military Hospital. Besides his normal duties, Dr Chiter offered advice and counseling to patients with diminished ovarian reserve (DOR) and Premature Ovarian Insufficiency (POI). In 2015, he established links with Dr Kazuhiro Kawamura and Professor Bunpei Ishizuka of St Marianna University Hospital, Kawasaki, Japan, for referral of POI patients for treatment.

He returned to the University of Leeds, School of Medicine, in 2013 to do an MSc in Clinical Embryology, which he obtained in 2015. Dr Chiter is interested in fertility preservation through the cryopreservation of oocytes and ovarian tissue for cancer patients and the application of scientific approaches to the treatment of severe male factor infertility. He continues to attend regional, national and international scientific meetings and workshops on a regular basis. Dr Chiter is keen to meet people from different cultures and to learn from them. His genuine interest and commitment is to help all infertile married couples realize their parenthood.