Recording of the webinar - "Setting up an IVF lab - a critical appraisal"- from Lifeinvitro Academy.
The next Embryo Biopsy Workshop by the Embryology and PGD Academy will be held at University College London on 11th and 12th September 2018. The 2 day hands on workshop will include cleavage and blastocyst biopsy. The workshop has been awarded 14 CPD points from the Royal College of Pathologists. The programme, registration form and further information can be found at www.embryologyandPGDacademy.com
The Association of Clinical Embryologists (ACE) is the UK’s only professional body representing embryologists both in the UK and across the rest of the world.
The Irish Fertility Society was founded in 2005. It was set up by professionals working in the field of Reproductive Medicine in Ireland. It is based around the Constitution and Bye Laws and it has a broad base to include and represent doctors, scientists, nurses, counsellors and administrative staff working in the area of Infertility in Ireland.
The Professional and Learned Society for UK Clinical, Medical and Veterinary practice and research on male-centred disease and reproduction issues.
The Irish Clinical Embryologists (ICE) association was founded in 1998 and is a professional body for embryologists working in Ireland. Together they work to provide a better and safer service of assisted reproduction to couples in the North and South of Ireland.
The Association of Biomedical Andrologists was formed in August 2004 as a professional body to provide support for laboratory scientists in the United Kingdom who undertake Clinical Andrology in their daily work.
Human Fertility is an international, multidisciplinary journal dedicated to furthering research and promoting good practice
The British Fertility Society recognises the multi-disciplinary nature of science and practice of reproductive medicine and welcomes andrologists, counsellors, embryologists, endocrinologists, nurses, and other professional groups working in this field, into its membership.
Reproductive BioMedicine Online covers the formation, growth and differentiation of the human embryo. It is intended to bring to public attention new research on biological and clinical research on human reproduction and the human embryo including relevant studies on animals. It is published by a group of scientists and clinicians working in these fields of study. Its audience comprises researchers, clinicians, practitioners, academics and patients.