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”.
Researchers from Kumamoto University in Japan have revealed a potential genetic cause for infertility in a new study published in Developmental Cell.
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.
March 26-27, 2020 at Kyoto, Japan.
The Theme falls on “Revolutionizing the Future Strategies for Women Health Research”.
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.
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.
"Embryology beyond 2020"
an international meeting to be held in Manipal, India on 3rd – 5th April 2020
Embryology Beyond 2020 sets the stage for the integration of science and research in embryology with clinical IVF practice. Over a span of three days, we will facilitate and encourage debate on a wide range of subjects from gamete biology to ethics and law.
We believe this conference will help us foresee the future benefits of closer collaboration between fundamental research and clinical practice.
1 WEEK INDIVIDUAL TRAINING IN ALL ART TECHNIQUES
Scientists from China and the USA have used non-human primate ovaries to improve understanding of why female fertility declines with age.
RNA sequencing can be used to investigate the presence of pathogens in human sperm, and may provide a new diagnostic tool for infertility investigations.