8 weeks certified online Hybrid ART training courses - First time in India Clinical & Embryology Academy of ART by i-Ceat
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4th Edition Starting From 15th Dec, 2020
✔️Digital learning modules
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Tuesday 29 September, 2020. 8PM GMT / 9PM CET / 3PM EST
Moderators: Dr. Mina Alikani & Dr. Alison Campbell
Disinfecting the ART Laboratory
Precautions in the cryopreservation of gametes and embryos in times of Covid-19: can the cure be worse than the disease?
Dr. Nuno Costa-Borges
Physically distant but socially connected
This presentation is sponsored by CooperSurgical Fertility and Genomic Solutions
Collections of Video from Clinics around the world
Organized by the International IVF Initiative
Placenta development is initiated first in human pregnancies, even before the embryo starts to form, according to new research.
Adults conceived through sperm donation self-reported higher frequencies of immunological diseases compared with adults born through spontaneous conception, according to a new study.
A new report from the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) has identified how fertility treatment is being used in the UK by single patients as well as heterosexual and female same-sex couples.
Meet the Guru: Dr. Thomas Pool in interview with Dr. Sayali Kandari- organised by Lifeinvitro Academy and CooperSurgical; A Tête a Tête with a pioneer who produced the first live birth of a nonhuman primate, generated from the transfer of a frozen embryo from IVF.
Wednesday 23 September, 2020. 11PM GMT / 12AM CET / 6PM EST
Moderators: Dr. Evelyn Neuber, Dr. Kathy Go
“MITOCHONDRIAL REPLACEMENT THERAPY: Towards preventing genetic disease
Dieter Egli, PhD
“The Use of Artificial Intelligence in Reproductive Technologies”
Nikica Zaninovic, PhD
Organized by the New England Fertility Society
A newly discovered mechanism explains why pregnancies last longer in some species than others.
The window during which embryo implantation occurs in humans is marked by changes in gene expression in the cells of the womb lining, a new study has shown.
Optimizing sperm metabolism to improve function in ART.
Dr. Kathleen Seyb
'Paternal aging and spontaneous mutations in the embryo: potential causes and consequences'
Laureate Professor John Aitken
Moderators: Dr. Mary Mahony & Dr. Marlane Angle