Visit https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/6075451944841386755 to join embryology specialist Susan Olds on Wednesday April 25th at 8:30am PDT / 11:30am EDT for a complimentary webinar presentation entitled: “The Top 10 Frequently Asked Questions on Embryo Culture pH practices.”
Professor John Biggers, a founding figure in the culture of embryos and in reproductive medicine, has died at the age of 93. Professor Biggers' research in early embryo culture and metabolism laid the foundations for clinical IVF.
Arizona's Governor has signed into law a bill that dictates how a couple's frozen embryos can be used if they separate.
IF YOU HAVE ANYTHING TO DO WITH CLINICAL IVF AND EMBRYOLOGY, THIS IS AN EVENT NOT TO BE MISSED!
This year the EDUCATION PROGRAM IN REPRODUCTION & DEVELOPMENT (EPRD) at MONASH UNIVERSITY celebrate 30 years since conception…of themselves and 21 years of Clinical Embryology education with the first Master of Clinical Embryology graduates hitting the world in 1999, reaching over 400 graduates by 2017. To celebrate this “fertile event” we are holding an intimate symposium at the Monash University Prato campus in Italy inviting all Alumni and also anyone passionate about the field of Clinical Embryology,
POST DOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP IN REPRODUCTIVE MEDICINE
University of Mysore
MSc in Clinical Embryology & Pre-implantation Genetics
Admission open for July 2018 batch
2nd Annual Symposium: June 1-3, 2018, Fort Lauderdale, US
The 2nd Annual Symposium will be an educational meeting, showcasing leading minds in Fertility and Genetics Healthcare. Attendees can also register for the ERA Mini Symposium and hands-on, laboratory workshop courses.
IVF STORE, LLC [ivfstore.com] today announced the opening of their virtual doors, bringing a new experience and way of ordering laboratory supplies for IVF clinics in the US. The online store provides a convenient and easy way for fertility clinics to purchase laboratory related items at great prices.
A study predicts that nearly 400 million people in 2100 may be alive as a result of assisted reproductive technologies (ART).
Men's sperm count acts a marker of general health, with low counts indicating men are more likely to have other health conditions.