We are now accepting applications for applications for the MSc in Clinical Embryology course starting in October 2023. The deadline for applications is 12 noon GMT (UK time) on Friday 9th December 2022.
11th Oct 2022, 3pm EST LIVE, 8pm UK, 9pm CET
Panelists: Victoria A. Wells, John Condon and Dr. Simon Cooke
Dr. Kristen Ivani : The embryologist's point of view
Deborah Mecerod: Demands of an egg bank
Bret Bollinger: The role of technology in IVF shipping
Dr. Mark Sawicki: The future of cryotransportation
Q and A
A newly discovered protein which facilitates egg and sperm fusion provides new insights into human fertilisation.
A type of embryonic cell has been generated from human stem cells for the first time, providing a method to study post-implantation development.
A large data analysis study has found that embryo exposure to hyaluronic acid prior to transfer could improve IVF success rates for patients using their own eggs.
Don't miss out: reserve your seat at the next SWES conference in Phoenix, Jan 5-7, 2023!
We at SWES are pleased to announce our conference in-person, in Phoenix. I know, we are excited also! We will hold the conference at the same 2022 venue, the Sheraton Mesa Hotel at Wrigleyville West in Mesa, AZ. It was a wonderful venue with great facilities. Stay tuned for updated meeting details.
Jan. 5 - Vitrolife Dinner Talk - earn CEUs
Jan. 6 - Conference Day - earn CEUs
Jan. 7 - Conference Day - earn CEUs
Jan. 8 - Fun Day with Kimball Pomeroy and Huey Huynh
Online SWES registration is currently available through our website www.theSWES.org. The number of summit participants is limited with a registration fee of $75.
MT Matcher™ is a barcode-based electronic witnessing, labelling, scheduling, traceability and data Insights system, specifically created for IVF centres
'Synthetic' model embryos made using mouse stem cells and an artificial incubator are the closest a stem-cell-derived embryo model has ever come to resembling a naturally developing embryo in the uterus.
Children born from IVF using frozen embryos may have a higher risk of developing childhood cancer according to a new study; however, the overall risk remains low.