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Webinar: What Genomics Dreams May Come

11 August 2020 by International IVF Initiative
What Genomics Dreams May Come

Tuesday 11 August, 2020. 8PM GMT / 9PM CET / 3PM EST
Moderators: Dr. Barry Behr & Dr. Helen O’Neill

Beyond Hacking Darwin
Dr. Jamie Metzl, USA

Practical Application of Polygenic Risk Scoring in the Human Embryo 
Dr. Nathan Treff, USA

Precision Medicine in Reproduction: Time for Prediction and Prevention
Dr. Helen O’Neill, UK

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News: Frozen IVF embryos do not increase chance of pregnancy

11 August 2020 by Christina Burke

The use of frozen rather than fresh embryos in IVF does not increase the chance of a successful pregnancy, newly published data shows.

The findings discourage the 'freeze-all' strategy adopted by some fertility clinics in recent years. They thought that using frozen embryos rather than immediately transferring fresh embryos to the uterus allows patients' bodies more time to recover from disruptive hormonal treatment required in IVF and intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) cycles.

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News: How human sperm really swim

11 August 2020 by Bernie Owusu-Yaw
How human sperm really swim

Research using high-precision 3D microscopy has overturned 350-year-old observations about how sperm swim. 

Antoine van Leeuwenhoek, a pioneer of 2D microscopy described human sperm cells swimming by lashing their tails from side to side 'like that of a snake or an eel swimming in water'. However, a recent study has shown this was due to an optical illusion. Researchers from Bristol and Mexico discovered that human sperm cells actually move by lashing their tails to one side. 

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Webinar: PGT-A Simplified. Which of the leading NGS solutions is easiest to implement

07 August 2020 by Thermo Fisher Scientific

Find out how to test the limits of detection of a PGT‑A assay, both with regards to resolution and mosaicism - Register for webinar

Webinar: Empirical comparison of the two leading NGS based PGT-A platforms

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Announcement: Clinical Embryology and IVF Laboratory Process for Clinicians

04 August 2020 by Lifeinvitro Academy
Clinical Embryology and IVF Laboratory Process for Clinicians

Clinical Embryology and IVF Laboratory Process for Clinicians: A 3-month certificate course from Life in Vitro Academy, UK in association with Mediknit which is Asias largest online platform offering continuing medical education (CME)

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News: Post Doctoral Fellowship Programme in "Reproductive Medicine"

01 August 2020 by Chennai Fertility Center and Research Institute
Post Doctoral Fellowship Programme in "Reproductive Medicine"

Chennai Fertility Center and Research Institute, Chennai

(Affiliated to The TamilNadu Dr. M.G.R Medical University, Chennai)

Offers Two years Post -Doctoral Fellowship program in "Reproductive Medicine"

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA - M.S / M.D/ D.N.B (Obs & Gynae**) ** Fresher / One Year Work experience in Reproductive Medicine Post M.S / M.D.,/D.N.B (Obs & Gynae)

Admissions open for September 2020 batch, contact immediately for admissions 044 45588833/22; 9003111598

Chennai Fertility Center is a hi-tech fertility practising unit that enables childless couples to experience the joys of parenthood. State-of-the-art Technology assists our team of highly reputed endocrinologists, physicians, embryologists and geneticists in delivering excellent supportive reproductive services. Complete fertility services from basic evaluation and testing to the very latest in Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART)

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Webinar: Preimplantation Genetic Testing, Recent Advances in Reproductive Medicine

30 July 2020 by International IVF Initiative
Preimplantation Genetic Testing, Recent Advances in Reproductive Medicine

Tuesday 4 August, 2020. 8PM GMT / 9PM CET / 3PM EST
Moderators: Professor Darren Griffin & Dr. Gary Harton

PGT for structural rearrangements: The oft forgotten "3rd wheel”
Professor Darren Griffin

Chromosomal profiling of preimplantation embryos: where we are and where we are going
Andrea Victor

PGT-A In the Future
Professor Joe Leigh Simpson

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Webinar: WEBINAR- Everything You Wanted to Know About Vitrification Media but Didn't Know Who to Ask

30 July 2020 by FUJIFILM Irvine Scientific

Enhance Your Understanding of Vitrification Media Composition

Webinar Details

Topic: Everything You Wanted to Know About Vitrification Media but Didn't Know Who to Ask
Date: Wednesday,  August 12, 2020
Time: 9:00 AM Pacific Daylight Time
Speakers: Joseph Conaghan, PhD, Laboratory Director, Pacific Fertility Center

                  Nadir Ciray, PhD, R&D Director – ART, FUJIFILM Irvine Scientific

While vitrification is a front-running cryopreservation technology used in IVF laboratories all over the world, there is still a great deal to unpack when it comes to understanding the components of vitrification media.

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Webinar: i3 Session 26: Assisted Reproductive Technology in Endangered Species Conservation

26 July 2020 by International IVF Initiative
i3 Session 26: Assisted Reproductive Technology in Endangered Species Conservation

Tuesday 28 July, 2020. 8PM GMT / 9PM CET / 3PM EST

Fertility Preservation and Genome Resource Banking for Rare and Endangered Animal Species
Dr. Pierre Comizzoli 

The ART of Conserving Endangered Species
Dr. Barbara Durrant

Moderators Liesl Nel-Themaat & Thomas Elliott
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News: Embryos with abnormal cells may be common and result in IVF success

26 July 2020 by Emma Lamb

Errors in the genetic material of embryonic cells following IVF are more common and less damaging in early human development than previously thought.

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