|14 October 2016 by Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology|
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|14 October 2016 by Beth Sefton|
Your future in reproductive science and healthcare starts with Northwestern University. Join the Master of Science in Reproductive Science and Medicine (MS-RSM)!
Applications for Fall 2017 are now open: http://www.tgs.northwestern.edu/admission/.
|13 October 2016 by ASRM|
|13 October 2016 by Rikita Patel|
The first generation of men born through intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) have lower sperm counts, according to a small study.
Researchers assessed the sperm count and quality from ejaculate semen of 54 single males who were conceived through ICSI, due to their fathers' infertility, and compared these to 57 males who were conceived naturally.[Read more]
|13 October 2016 by Professor Allan Pacey|
When ICSI – intracytoplasmic sperm injection – was first introduced into clinical practice in the early 1990s, many doctors and scientists were concerned about the consequences for the health and development of individuals conceived this way. After all, the selection of sperm by an embryologist, and its subsequent injection into an unfertilised oocyte, was hardly under the influence of any kind of Darwinian evolution. Moreover, the poor sperm quality that required the use of ICSI in the first place almost certainly had some underlying genetic factor which was not yet understood.[Read more]
|08 October 2016 by Yazd Reproductive Sciences Institute|
Reproduction is crucial for survival of every society, which all scientific and practical efforts should be gathered in this arena. Yazd reproductive sciences institute with strong support of Yazd Shahid Sadoughi Medical Sciences University honored to hold 7th Yazd International Congress and Student Award in Reproductive Medicine with Second congress of Reproductive Genetics and Congress of Reproductive Immunology.[Read more]
|05 October 2016 by AJYAL Hospital|
We are delighted to invite you to the 2nd international scientific conference and workshop on "Advances in the Management of Infertility" on December 21st to 23rd, 2016. This meeting will be organized by AJYAL Hospital, Sohag, Egypt in collaboration with the American Center for Reproductive Medicine (ACRM), Cleveland, OH, USA.
We have chosen a venue that guarantees a successful meeting. Sun, Sea and Sand are the perfect words to describe Hurghada. This meeting promises to be highly rewarding on a social basis as well as on intellectual basis. The scientific component will provide state of the art knowledge on the evaluation and treatment of men and women with reproductive dysfunction. It will offer a unique opportunity to interact with key experts in the field of reproductive medicine.
|02 October 2016 by Reproductive BioMedicine Online|
|02 October 2016 by NPR|
For the first time in almost 25 years, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs will pay for In Vitro Fertilization for wounded veterans.
As NPR's Quil Lawrence explains, Congress has reversed a law passed in 1992 that "prohibited the Department of Veterans Affairs from paying for IVF for veterans and their families." Quil tells our Newscast unit that "inside the stopgap spending bill passed this week is a provision to allow fertility treatments including IVF through VA health care."[Visit Site]
|30 September 2016 by Dr Yogita|
Asia Pacific Institute of Embryology (ASPIER), one of the best training institutes in the world is now accepting admissions for August batch. Known for its intensive hands-on approach with the aim of developing skills in embryology particularly ICSI and vitrification, ASPIER is a sought after place for embryology training fromall over the world as it ensures that the trainees acquire the embryology skills. ASPIER is the only institute where trainees will actually perform the whole process of IVF, ICSI and Vitrification in addition to denudation of oocytes, testicular tissue processing, sperm DNA fragmentation, etc.[Read more]