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UIT 2016 - 26 - 28 January, Lisbon, Portugal
Opening Lecture: Integrating omic approaches to discover female fertility genes
Session I: Improving ART outcomes
Chairpersons: Mohamed Aboulghar and Jan-Steffen Krüssel
Individualised dosing for ovarian stimulation in ART
Alternative treatments in ovarian stimulation – are they effective?
Alternative treatments in implantation – are they effective?
Session II: PCOS
Chairpersons: Bart Fauser and Pak Chung Ho
Heterogeneity and long-term consequences of PCOS
Is polycystic ovarian morphology related to oocyte quality after COS?
Lifestyle influences on natural fertility and ART
Keynote lecture I: Endometriosis and ART
Session III: Reproductive genetics
Chairpersons: Carlos Simón and Joe Leigh Simpson
Carrier screening prior to conception
Point of care genetic sequencing
Ethical considerations of screening
Keynote lecture II: The impact of the microbiome
Session IV: Ethics and reproductive medicine
Chairpersons: Adam Balen and Paul Devroey
Social freezing – anticipation for gamete exhaustion
Denial of care for medical and social reasons
Keynote lecture III: Preventing infertility
Session V: Advances in reproductive technology
Chairpersons: Alvaro Petracco and Søren Ziebe
Can we select the best sperm?
Techniques proposed to improve embryo selection – do they work?
Fertility preservation in boys
Keynote lecture IV: From mono-ovulation to poly-ovulation – oocyte regulation of folliculogenesis
Session VI: Redefining strategies in ART
Chairpersons: Alan Penzias and Basil Tarlatzis
New paradigms for ART success
Can we identify the optimal endometrium?
ESHRE 2014 - 29 June - 2 July, Munich, Germany
A TALE OF THREE HORMONES: hCG, PROGESTERONE AND AMH
Chairpersons: Jan-Steffen Krüssel (Germany) and Jie Qiao (China)
Human Ovarian Steroidogenesis and Gonadotrophin Stimulation
Interpreting Follicular Phase Progesterone
AMH to Guide Ovarian Stimulation
Co-Chairperson's concluding remarks
UIT 2014 - 22–24 January, Prague, Czech Republic
Chairman's Welcome and Opening Lecture
Opening Lecture – Alliance for fertility preservation
Session 1: Treatment pathway of the infertile couple
Chairpersons: Professor Mohamed Aboulghar, Professor Jan-Steffen Krüssel
Investigation of infertility
Is there a place for intrauterine insemination?
Preparation for IVF
Guest lecture - From molecule to man
Session 2: Variations in treatment protocols
Chairpersons: Professor Alan Penzias, Professor Pak Chung Ho
Programming antagonists in IVF cycles
Deferred embryo transfer
Keynote 1 - Is cross-border reproductive care an ethical problem, and for whom?
Session 3: Advances in embryology
Chairpersons: Dr Søren Ziebe, Professor Álvaro Petracco
Is oocyte vitrification equally good for all women?
Is embryo physiology reflected in the morphology?
Novel methods of non-invasive embryo assessment
Keynote 2 - Update on technologies for fertility preservation
Session 4: Genetics in diagnosis and management of pregnancy
Chairpersons: Professor Carlos Simón, Professor Joe Leigh Simpson
Does array CGH improve pregnancy rates?
PGD for single gene disorders
Transcriptomic assessment of endometrial factor
Session 5: Ovarian reserve - individualisation of treatment
Chairpersons: Professor Bart Fauser, Professor Adam Balen
Biology of ovarian reserve
Clinical application of biomarkers
Treatment of poor responders
Keynote 4 - Are we close to making artificial gametes?
Session 6: Challenges in infertility treatment... to treat or not to treat?
Chairpersons: Professor Paul Devroey, Professor Basil Tarlatzis
Couples with viral diseases
Women with cancer
Women deferring childbearing
Keynote 5 - Donors without errors - do they exist?
Chairman's closing remarks
ESHRE 2013 - 7-10 July 2013
From Heterogeneity To Personalistion Of Treatment
Chairpersons: Alan Penzias and Richard Fleming
The heterogeneity of gonadotrophins and its implications in ART (Johan Smitz)
ART: From heterogeneity to individualisation of treatment
AMH: What role should AMH play in treatment personalisation?
ESHRE 2012 - 3 July, Istanbul, Turkey
Patient Centred ART
Chairpersons: Prof Paul Devroey, Bülent Urman
What are the patient's expectations?
Towards the best outcome: GRADE-ing the evidence
Follicular phase progesterone: towards understanding the evidence
UIT Congress 2012, 8-10 February, Budapest, Hungary
Opening Session & Lecture
Chairpersons: Prof Paul Devroey, Prof Basil Tarlatzis
D1.P0 - Chairman's welcome
D1.P1 - Sponsor's welcome
D1.P2 - Partnership to support global education in infertility
D1.P3 - Elsevier Online Resource
Session 1: Infertility: Assessment and Prognostication and Keynote Lecture 1
Chairpersons: Prof Bart Fauser, prof Adam Balen
D2.S1.P0 - Introduction
D2.S1.P1 - Assessing embryo competence: Finding a common language
D2.S1.P2 - Trends in racial disparities in ART outcomes
D2.S1.P3 - Calculating success: from cohort to individual
D2.S1.P4 - Panel discussion
D2.S1.P5 - Keynote lecture 1 - Is sperm quality declining and do we have the tests to tell?
Session 2: Safety: Multiple Pregnancies, OHSS, Outcome of the Child and Keynote Lecture 2
Chairpersons: Prof Jan-Steffen Krüssel, Prof Mohamed Aboulghar
D2.S2.P0 - Introduction
D2.S2.P1 - Prevention of OHSS
D2.S2.P2 - Children after ART
D2.S2.P3 - Multiple pregnancies and infertility treatment
D2.S2.P4 - Panel discussion
D2.S2.P5 - Keynote lecture 2 - Infertility in polycystic ovary syndrome: causes, management and outcome of pregnancy
D2.S2.P6 - Closing session 2
Session 3: MEGASET Study and Guest Lecture
Chairpersons: Prof Paul Devroey, Dr Søren Ziebe
D2.S3.P0 - Introduction
D2.S3.P1 - Overview of MEGASET clinical trial
D2.S3.P2 - What does MEGASET add to our understanding of the importance of endocrine dynamics during ART?
D2.S3.P3 - Quality of embryos and chances of success in ART: lessons from MEGASET
D2.S3.P4 - Panel discussion
D2.S3.P5 - Guest lecture - Art and reproductive health
D2.S3.P6 - Closing session 3
Session 4: Genetics and Stem Cells and Keynote Lecture 3
Chairpersons: Prof Carlos Simón, Prof Alan Penzias
D3.S4.P0 - Introduction
D3.S4.P1 - Will IVF without PGD be possible in the future?
D3.S4.P3 - Endometrial stem cells
D3.S4.P4 - Panel discussion
D3.S4.P5 - G. Pennings - Keynote lecture 3 - Cross-border medicine
D3.S4.P6 - Closing session 4
Session 5: Evidence-Based Medicine and Ovarian Stimulation and Keynote Lecture 4
Chairpersons: Prof Álvaro Petracco, Prof Pak Chung Ho
D3.S5.P0 - Introduction
D3.S5.P1 - Understanding evidence
D3.S5.P2 - Appropriate ovarian stimulation
D3.S5.P3 - The significance of progesterone rise before hCG administration
D3.S5.P4 - Panel discussion
D3.S5.P5 - R. Fleming - Keynote lecture 4 - AMH - broad overview
D3.S5.P6 - Closing session 5
Session 6: Advances in Cryopreservation: Changing the World of Art and Keynote Lecture 5
Chairpersons: Dr Søren Ziebe, Prof Teraporn Vutyavanich
D3.S6.P0 - Introduction
D3.S6.P1 - Vitrification: the technique
D3.S6.P2 - Vitrification: challenging the current practice
D3.S6.P3 - Fertility preservation: a promise we can fulfil?
D3.S6.P4 - Panel discussion
D3.S6.P5 - Keynote lecture 5 - IVF laboratory:upgrading to version 2.0
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