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News: Primate ovarian ageing study has implications for human fertility

03 February 2020 by Alegria Vaz Mouyal

Scientists from China and the USA have used non-human primate ovaries to improve understanding of why female fertility declines with age.

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News: RNA sequencing used to investigate sperm microbiome

03 February 2020 by Dr Nicoletta Charolidi

RNA sequencing can be used to investigate the presence of pathogens in human sperm, and may provide a new diagnostic tool for infertility investigations.

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Article: The aftermath of the He Jiankui fiasco: China's response

03 February 2020 by Dr Patrick Foong

In November 2018 during the Second International Summit on Human Genome Editing, Dr He shocked the world by announcing that twin girls Lulu and Nana had been born with edited DNA to make them resistant to HIV, which he had achieved using CRISPR/Cas9 genome-editing on embryos.

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News: ART, Embryology & Cryobiology training program

02 February 2020 by Chennai Fertility Center and Research Institute

March training batch schedule - 09th -23rd 2020

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.

Our courses cover basics in andrology, embryology, ICSI and cryosciences (Hands-on).

Limited Seats. For admission Contact 044 45588822 / 9003111598

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News: FERTILITY IN SAFE - FIRST GEA IVF CONGRESS

31 January 2020 by SABRINA LISTRANI
FERTILITY IN SAFE - FIRST GEA IVF CONGRESS

http://www.fertilityinsafe2020-gea.com/

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News: Can posthumous donation tackle the UK's sperm shortage?

27 January 2020 by Alegria Vaz Mouyal

Men should be permitted to donate their sperm after death in the same way they can donate organs, according to a new paper in the Journal of Medical Ethics.

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News: Hungary to provide free fertility treatment to boost population

20 January 2020 by Georgia Everett

Hungary will be providing free IVF to couples to combat the country's declining birth rate, announced the Hungarian Prime Minister, Viktor Orban.

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News: Embryo research to reduce the need for in vitro fertilization raises ethical concerns

20 January 2020 by Jennifer Frosch

Researchers testing a new way to harvest embryos for genetic screening have been criticised for paying women in Mexico to be inseminated.

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Announcement: Clinical Embryology Training Course

16 January 2020 by Director of Training and Development

Interested  candidates are invited for a training opportunity in our Center. The International Embryologist Training Program provides expert training for Embryologists and Andrologist, including Biologist, and those new to the field can acquire improved skills and understanding of theoretical and practical aspect of Clinical Embryology practice in more specific area of Assisted Reproduction Technology Practice and Laboratory Quality Management.

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Announcement: MSc in Clinical Embryology: Application deadline for entry in October 2020

08 January 2020 by Laura Rose
MSc in Clinical Embryology: Application deadline for entry in October 2020

We are still accepting applications for the MSc in Clinical Embryology for entry in October 2020. 

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