A BETTER CHANCE TO FIND A JOB FOR YOUNG /TRAINEE EMBRYOLOGISTS
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September training batch schedule - 16th -30th 2019
The International School of Embryology was established to offer training for clinicians in advanced reproductive technologies. Our skill and precision to all aspirants help them to know in-depth knowledge and experience. The members of our teaching faculty aim to bring doctors and embryologists to the highest level of knowledge about reproductive techniques and practical capability in the field.
For the aspirants in the field of embryology, Our course on embryology covers, the basics in andrology, embryology, ICSI, and cryosciences (100% Hands-on).
For the clinicians, our course covers ovulation induction procedures, follicular study, egg pickup and transfer, endoscopic surgeries, and basics in embryology.
Limited Seats. For admission Contact 044 45588822 / 9003111598
Now in its revised and expanded second edition - including over 20 new chapters - this comprehensive textbook remains a unique and accessible description of the current and developing diagnostic and treatment techniques and technologies comprising in vitro fertilization (IVF).
Women who suffer from stress linked to infertility when embarking on assisted reproduction are more likely to be prescribed antidepressants, according to new research.
A member of the German Bundestag parliament has called for Germany's laws around assisted conception to be liberalised.
Scientists at Hiroshima University have discovered a new sperm separation technique that could be used for sex selection in future.
The authorized biography of IVF pioneer Robert Edwards is a compelling account of how he led a medical and social revolution by making babies in ‘test-tubes’. Prevailing against immense opposition when human embryology was new and sacrosanct territory, he was the champion of people with infertility, and now millions more owe their existence to assisted reproductive technologies.
The author, Roger Gosden, pledged the profits from royalties to the Edwards & Steptoe Research Trust and RESOLVE USA. There will be an official book launch at the Cambridge Science Festival.
The book has been endorsed by Zev Rosenwaks, Alan Trounson, Louise Brown and other prominent names. It is written for anyone interested in a biomedical revolution.
The chances of having a treatment-independent live birth following IVF or ICSI are favourable, say researchers at the University of Aberdeen.
This Progress Educational Trust/University of Liverpool event discusses the impact of genetic testing on donor conception and donor anonymity.