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Conference: The OvaTools 3rd Symposium Navigating the Future of ART Personalization & Innovation

05 February 2020 by Kevin Ryan
The OvaTools 3rd Symposium Navigating the Future of ART Personalization & Innovation

The 3rd Symposium will be held Friday, March 20, and Saturday, March 21, 2020, at the Hilton Fort Lauderdale Marina, located at 1881 SE 17th St. in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. 

OvaTools is pleased to announce its 3rd Symposium for the OvaTools Andrology & Embryology Training Institute. Drawing industry leaders from across the country, the event will feature several educational panels, all led by experts in the Assisted Reproductive Technology industry: Navigating the Future of ART: Personalization and Innovation.

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News: Assisted Hatching and Blastocyst Grading survey

21 February 2020 by James Cooper

Hello fellow Embryologists!

I have put together a quick 3 question survey regarding AH and Blastocyst Grading and would appreciate 60 seconds of your busy day to complete it!

Please use the link below to complete

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/WG5D7WC

Many thanks,

James Cooper MSc
Senior Embryologist 
Spring Fertility (San Francisco)

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Article: Progesterone is a physiological trigger of ovulatory gonadotropins

20 February 2020 by Dmitri Dozortsev, M.D., Ph.D.a,

For the last several decades, the sustained elevation of estradiol toward the end of the follicular phase was accepted as an ovulation trigger. The publication currently in press, provides compelling evidence that this was a misconception and the true physiological ovulation trigger is progesterone. The new theory has major implication for management of infertility. 

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News: Metabolic compound may reverse fertility ageing in women

19 February 2020 by Jennifer Frosch

A metabolic compound can reverse the ageing process of eggs in mice and could lead to new non-invasive treatments for improving fertility in older women, according to new research. 

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Article: Ten year storage of eggs, sperm and embryos may be extended

19 February 2020 by Christina Burke

The UK government has launched a public consultation on whether to change the ten year storage limit on frozen eggs, sperm, and embryos. 

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Article: IVF Quality Control in the Cloud

10 February 2020 by Dr. Carol Lynn Curchoe
IVF Quality Control in the Cloud

ART Compass is a new paradigm— digitalizing staff related competency assessments, training documentation, annual procedure evaluations, and real time “in-cycle” embryologist KPI statistics— for 21st century IVF lab QC/QA in “the cloud”.

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News: Key gene in making eggs and sperm discovered

10 February 2020 by Dr Elizabeth Oliver

Researchers from Kumamoto University in Japan have revealed a potential genetic cause for infertility in a new study published in Developmental Cell.

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News: Lab-grown eggs and sperm a step closer

10 February 2020 by Georgia Everett

A study, published in Cell Reports, investigating when and how human stem cells develop into egg and sperm cells could one day help generate lab-grown gametes to treat infertility.

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Conference: International Conference on Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome & Infertility

10 February 2020 by Conference Series
International Conference on Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome & Infertility

March 26-27, 2020 at Kyoto, Japan.
The Theme falls on “Revolutionizing the Future Strategies for Women Health Research”.

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News: Colorado fertility lab now protecting frozen embryos with new thermal imaging system.

05 February 2020 by UCHealth University of Colorado Hospital
Colorado fertility lab now protecting frozen embryos with new thermal imaging system.

A fertility lab at UCHealth University of Colorado Hospital has become the first customer in the world to add a new thermal imaging system to protect frozen embryos, eggs and sperm for people coping with infertility.

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