|27 April 2017 by Dwight Ryan|
Contemporary Fertility Healthcare:
Clinical and Laboratory Paths to Excellence[Read more]
|27 April 2017 by Human Reproduction Open.|
Articles in this new journal:
Richard A. Anderson; W. Hamish B. Wallace; Evelyn E. Telfer
Youichi Sato; Atsushi Tajima; Motoki Katsurayama; Shiari Nozawa; Miki Yoshiike ...
The ESHRE Working Group on Oocyte Cryopreservation in Europe; F. Shenfield; J. de Mouzon; G. Scaravelli; M. Kupka ...[Read more]
|27 April 2017 by Dr Jane Currie|
Australia has maintained a ban on sex selection for non-medical reasons in revised guidelines on assisted reproductive technologies (ART), published this month.
|27 April 2017 by Dr. Sasikala Natarajamani|
Applications are invited for a one year Post Graduate Diploma iprogramme n Clinical Embryology awarded by the University of Madras, in collobaration with Crea Conceptions Pvt ltd for the year 2017. Aimed at equipping candidates with the diverse aspects of assisted reproductive techniques, the program is offered through the University - Industry Community Interaction Center (UICIC). Awarded by one of the oldest and reputable Universities of Southern India, this course is ideal for candidates who want to pursue a career in ART.[Read more]
|23 April 2017 by Life in Vitro & Embryo Lab academy|
Global survey on professional and educational status of clinical embryologists/lab professionals and existing gaps in planning future programs. - Only 10 days left as the survey will be closed by 6th may 2017.[Read more]
|21 April 2017 by Emma Laycock|
Researchers in Canada have found that age-related infertility may be due to older eggsdividing poorly, leading to errors in chromosome number.
|16 April 2017 by Reproductive BioMedicine Online|
|15 April 2017 by Dr Yogita|
University of Mysore, MSc in Clinical Embryology & Pre-implantation Genetics
|10 April 2017 by JBRA|
Does embryo culture at low oxygen tension improve ART outcomes?
Ethical, moral and other aspects related to fertility preservation in cancer patients
Transfer of more than two embryos, regardless of the age of the female partner, is not beneficial for neither the mothers nor the babies: lessons from the Latin American Registry of Assisted Reproductive Techniques
|10 April 2017 by Antony Blackburn-Starza|
The controversial issue of IVF 'add-ons' – techniques and treatments offered to fertility patients on top of standard IVF – has been the subject of intense debate and media attention since last November's BBC Panorama's documentary, which claimed that many techniques advertised on fertility clinics websites were not backed up by good scientific evidence of success.[Read more]