CryoSentinel®, the world's only Cryogenic storage surveillance system that uses thermographic imaging to monitor cryo-storage tanks, is now generally available to order in North America and select countries.
Endometrial scratching is currently being offered by 34 percent of IVF clinics in the UK, Australia, and New Zealand, according to a latest survey.
New research has ranked 43 European countries based on fertility policies and accessibility of treatments, revealing a mix of policies across Europe.
The European Atlas of Fertility Treatment Policies was launched by Fertility Europe, a European organisation encompassing 25 countries, in collaboration with the European Parliamentary Forum for Sexual and Reproductive Rights. The atlas scored each country, with 100 percent classified as 'a perfect country', with good regulation, wide availability of various fertility treatments to diverse family types, public funding for treatments, and an emphasis on the patient perspective.
Reprogrammed mouse stem cells self-organise into embryo-like structures, providing a new tool for embryology research.
The Fertilis Academy in association with Artemis Hospital is offering Hands-on IVF, ICSI & Vitrification Training for #gynecologists #embryologists #andrologists, and IVF Professionals planning to enhance their skills.
Tuesday 14th December, 2021. 3PM EST/ 8PM GMT / 9PM CET
Dr. Bronte Stone
“The Forgotten Art of Conventional IVF” Dr. Caroline McCaffrey
“Carry on Training” Nick Campion
“Forward Thinking in IVF” Cynthia Hudson
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Gene expression during early development of primordial germ cells (PGCs) is sex-specific.
Research led by Professor Petra Hajkova from the Reprogramming and Chromatin research group at the Medical Research Council London Institute of Medical Sciences has shown for the first time that germ cells, which give rise to either sperm or egg cells, have different epigenetic pathways to regulate gene expression.
January 2022 training batch schedule - 17th Jan 2022 - 31st Jan 2022
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Our courses cover basics in Andrology, Embryology, ICSI and Cryosciences (Hands-on).
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Tuesday 7th December, 2021. 3PM EST/ 8PM GMT / 9PM CET
Dr. Dorte Egeberg
"Anonymity, Genealogy and CSI" Debbie Kennett
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"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.