Join special class "OPU needles in IVF"
by Clinical & Embryology Academy of ART by i-Ceat for Young IVF & Embryology Practitioner
Only 15 seats Available
Preference would be given to the young IVF and embryology practitioner with less than 5 years of experience
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Date : 27th Dec, 2020
Time : 11:00AM to 12:00PM
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Tuesday 15 December, 2020. 8PM GMT / 9PM CET / 3PM EST
Join us for an I3 Networking Event.
A chance to meet the names and faces that you have seen on the I3 platform, as well as meeting new like-minded professionals in the infertility industry.
The theme for this event is "Ethics in IVF" with Keynote speaker Dr. Kimball Pomeroy.
A new approach which uses sound waves to filter sperm for IVF has been developed by Australian researchers.
The research team combined acoustic waves with fluid dynamics to sort high-quality sperm from semen samples, which they hope could eventually improve IVF success in patients. The method selects sperm cells on the basis of size, shape, and DNA integrity, rather than just motility.
Meiosis, when cells divide to produce eggs, goes wrong much more than previously thought.
A team at Washington State University has found that immature human egg cells, or oocytes, contain an unbalanced number of chromosomes around seven percent of the time. This suggests that meiosis, the process of division that produces oocytes with half the chromosomes, goes wrong more often than previously thought. This challenges the idea that maternally advancing age is a key cause of chromosome abnormality in eggs.
Nerve cells near the base of the brain play a key role in linking stress and fertility, according to new research.
Protein channels help determine the 'winning sperm' that rises above the other millions to reach the egg, new research has shown.
The “American Center for Reproductive Medicine” is pleased to offer our world class ART training in a new online format. This monthly training in Andrology and IVF related technology will include 8 different modules to be covered in 14 virtual sessions from November 2020 to December 2021. The third virtual training in January 2021 will focus on “Ancillary Semen Tests”.
Progenesis Academy is excited to invite you to join our scientific webinar, "Does Stimulation Protocol Affect Egg Quality?" next Wednesday with our panel of experts:
Tuesday 8 December, 2020. 8PM GMT / 9PM CET / 3PM EST
Moderators: Dr. Jacques Cohen, Dr. Serena Chen, and Professor Eli Y. Adashi
"Germline Remediation of Mitochondrial DNA Diseases: Replace or Edit?"
Professor Eli Y. Adashi
“Cytoplasmic Transfer – Are the Kids All Right?”
Dr. Serena Chen
"Successful Application of Pronuclear Transplantation in Patients with Repeated Failures Following Assisted Reproduction"
Dr. Pavlo Mazur
"Maternal Spindle Transfer to Overcome Infertility: Where We Stand"
Dr. Nuno Costa-Borges
The deadline for applications for entry for October 2021 is 12 noon (UK time) on Friday 8th Janaury 2021.