January 2022 training batch schedule - 17th Jan 2022 - 31st Jan 2022
The International School of Embryology was established to offer training for clinicians in advanced reproductive technologies. Our skill and precision to all aspirants help them to know in-depth knowledge and experience. The members of our teaching faculty aim to bring doctors and embryologists to the highest level of knowledge about reproductive techniques and practical capability in the field.
Our courses cover basics in Andrology, Embryology, ICSI and Cryosciences (Hands-on).
Limited Seats. For admission Contact 9003111598
Tuesday 7th December, 2021. 3PM EST/ 8PM GMT / 9PM CET
Dr. Dorte Egeberg
"Anonymity, Genealogy and CSI" Debbie Kennett
"Crime Scene Investigations" Craig Huldie MCSFS, Cert Ed
"European Sperm Bank and Sperm Dogs" Dr Dorte Egeberg and Steen Stausholm
"Fundamentals of Forensic Sperm Assessment" Amanda Napp
"Crime in the Cloud: An Intro to Cybersecurity" Mike Pool
Scientists have created a 'blastoid' model of the human embryo at early-stages that can successfully attach to uterine cells in vitro, mimicking the implantation of an embryo in the mother's uterus.
The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) has detailed potential updates to current laws regarding fertility treatment practices in the UK, including improved patient protection.
Minimal Stimulation in IVF on 3rd December 2021 (9-10PM IST)
Speaker : Dr.Nandita Thakkar
Many IVF embryos discarded due to chromosomal abnormalities could lead to viable pregnancies and healthy babies, a new non-selection clinical trial has suggested.
A recent study found that preimplantation genetic testing for aneuploidy (PGT-A) may not improve live birth rate.
Pioneering research seeks to preserve fertility in boys and young men who undergo childhood cancer treatment.
High-resolution single-cell gene expression analysis has been performed on a gastrulating human embryo, providing landmark insights.
A genome-wide association study has identified three genetic variants associated with increased risk of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) in Finnish and Estonian women.