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News: ART & Embryology training program

28 February 2021 by Chennai Fertility Center and Research Institute
ART & Embryology training program

April 2021 training batch schedule - 16th April 2021- 30th April 2021

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 9003111598

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Webinar: PERSONAL GENETICS

22 February 2021 by International IVF Initiative
PERSONAL GENETICS

Tuesday 23rd February, 2021. 3PM EST / 8PM GMT / 9PM CET 

Moderators: Dr. Helen O'Neill and Dr. Sissy Wamaitha

"CRISPR Genome Editing. How, What and Why?"
Dr. Helen O'Neill  

“Frequent Loss-of-Heterozygosity in CRISPR-Cas9-edited Early Human Embryos”
Dr. Gregorio Alanis-Lobato 

"CRISPR, IVG, ART...OMG! Untangling the Ethics of Radical Innovations in Assisted Reproduction"  
Dr. John Appleby 

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News: Infertility risk linked to air pollution

22 February 2021 by Christina Burke

High pollution levels can increase the risk of infertility by up to 20 percent, a study in China has found.

The researchers wrote that their findings point to pollution as 'an unignorable risk factor for infertility'. It is believed to be the first study that examines the link between air pollution and infertility in the general population, rather than solely in fertility patients.

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News: Enhance Your Vitrification Experience - Hurry! !! 2 Seats Remaining

22 February 2021 by Dr. Sarabpreet Singh
Enhance Your Vitrification Experience - Hurry! !! 2 Seats Remaining

Hurry !!!! 2 Seats Remaining

Enhance Your Vitrification Experience

Extensive Hands on Training

2 Days Weekend Course

2 Trainee per Microscope

Date 6th & 7th March 2021

Venue: Artemis IVF Lab

Last Date of Apply 24th Feb 2021

Features

Basics of Cryobiology

Setting up of Cryobiology lab

Details of vitrification protocols, media and devices

Tips and tricks of vitrification

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#cryobiology #Vitrification

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News: Enhance Your Vitrification Experience - Extensive Hands on Training

17 February 2021 by Dr. Sarabpreet Singh
Enhance Your Vitrification Experience - Extensive Hands on Training

2 Days Weekend Course

2 Trainee per Microscope

Date 6th & 7th March 2021

Venue: Artemis IVF Lab

Last Date of Apply 24th Feb 2021

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News: Developing embryos reveal earliest immune response yet

15 February 2021 by Daniel Jacobson

The earliest signs of an innate immune response have been identified in embryos, shedding light on why some fail to form properly during early development.

As reported last week in Nature, early embryos, lacking specialised immune cells, are particularly prone to cellular defects which can lead to developmental failures. Researchers at the Centre for Genomic Regulation in Barcelona, Spain, found that cells in the embryo's epithelium, the first tissue to form during vertebrate development, are able to clear surrounding dead cells, thereby increasing chances of survival, in a process known as 'epithelial phagocytosis'.

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News: Mail-in sperm testing as reliable as clinic tests

15 February 2021 by Eleanor Taylor

Semen samples can now be accurately analysed up to 52 hours after production using a new mail-in sperm testing kit.

Scientists at the University of Southern California have reported that the accuracy of mail-in semen analysis on that is produced at home is comparable to a traditional semen analysis, which is typically performed within one hour of sperm production. 

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Webinar: REPRODUCTIVE BIOMEDICINE IN SPACE II: THE TRIP TO MARS

12 February 2021 by International IVF Initiative
REPRODUCTIVE BIOMEDICINE IN SPACE II: THE TRIP TO MARS

Tuesday 16th February, 2021. 8PM GMT / 9PM CET / 3PM EST

Moderators: Dr. Jacques Cohen and Giles Palmer
with Panelists Dr. Fathi Karouia and Professor Virginia Wotring

"The Impact of Spaceflight on the Human Body and Preparing for Mars Missions"
Dr. Christopher E Mason

“Culture, Ethics and our Human Future in Space“
Dr. Michael Waltemathe

"…But now what? Where to from here?”
Dr. Kira Bacal  

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Course: Enhance Your Vitrification Experience

12 February 2021 by Dr. Sarabpreet Singh
Enhance Your Vitrification Experience

Learn the nuances of vitrification , enhance your hands -on skills

2 Days Weekend Course

Features
Basics of Cryobiology
Setting up of Cryobiology Lab
Details of Vitrification Protocols, Media and Devices 
Tips and Tricks of Vitrification 

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Webinar: THE DIGITAL LAB (ASIA PACIFIC #1)

08 February 2021 by International IVF Initiative
THE DIGITAL LAB (ASIA PACIFIC #1)

THURSDAY 11th February, 2021. 10.00 AM GMT / 3.30PM IST / 9.00 PM AEDT

Moderators: Dr. Keshav Malhotra and Dr. Serena H. Chen

"Making Babies, The Internet of Things & The Digital Lab" Dr. Jacques Cohen (Reflections & DIRO)

“AI Enhanced Fertility: Solving Global IVF Challenges Through Collaboration“ Dr. Michelle Perugini (Life Whisperer)

"Using AI to Reduce Human Bias in Donor Selection" Josh Rackstraw (Fenomatch)

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