June training batch schedule - 3rd -17th June 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
"International conference on Infertility, Clinical Embryology and Endoscopy (ICE 2019)"
2nd – 4th August 2019 at ITC Grand Chola, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India.
100% Hands-on training in
PGD & PGS
Oocyte Retrieval and Embryo Transfer
Italy's highest court has ruled that the non-biological father of two children born through surrogacy overseas cannot be named as the children's legal parent.
Indiana has become the first US state to pass legislation making it a criminal offence for fertility doctors to use their own sperm in treatment without their patients' prior knowledge and consent.
It has been over two years since world-first changes to donor conception laws were implemented in Victoria, Australia, allowing all donor-conceived people to learn their sperm or egg donor's identity. What have we learnt about the things people want, don't want, or are prepared to try in relation to donor linking communication and connection?
A gene that plays a key role in causing polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) has been discovered, and could lead to better disease prediction and treatment.
A small study by researchers in Japan has indicated that exposure to WiFi may have detrimental effects on sperm function.
An appeal court in Cleveland, Ohio, has ruled that a couple's embryos lost in a freezer-failure incident last year were not 'living persons', and should not therefore have been treated as patients rather than property.
This film documents the Progress Educational Trust/Scottish Government event '40 Years of IVF: Past, Present and Future'.
The event marked the 40th birthday of the world's second ever IVF baby (and first IVF boy), Alastair MacDonald. Alastair and his mother, Grace MacDonald, looked back on the circumstances of Alastair's conception, birth and childhood.
Sally Cheshire, chair of the UK's Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA), has warned that private IVF clinics are misleading older patients about success rates and overcharging for their services.