At the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE) congress, Instituto Bernabeu will present work on how genetics affects responses to drugs and how they can be used in order to improve ovarian stimulation in women with poor response. The reproductive medicine clinic has pioneered the use of drugs linked to genetics through IBgen and, on this occasion, has developed research work entitled 'A pharmacogenetic approach to improving low ovarian response with androgen pre-treatment'. It will be presented at the event to be held between 2nd and 5th July in Switzerland.
The Director of the Endocrinology and Nutrition Department at Instituto Bernabeu, Dr Pino Navarro, will participate as a speaker in the XXII edition of the Continuous Training Course on Endocrinology and Nutrition for internal resident doctors organised by the Spanish Endocrinology and Nutrition Society. Dr Navarro will give a practical workshop on endocrinology and fertility.
Instituto Bernabeu will present research work entitled 'Factors associated with chromosomal mosaicism in trophoectoderm cells' at the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE) congress to be held between 2nd and 5th July in Geneva, Switzerland.
For the seventh year in a row, the Instituto Bernabeu Social Welfare Foundation has awarded prizes to the winners of the VII edition of the Children's Drawing Competition in which children represent how they see and understand maternity. Out of over 300 entries, the jury selected 7-year-old Rubén Cano Mateo's 'For my super-Mum' picture in the 5 to 8 years of age category. Ester Tomás, aged 12, was the winner of the 9 to 12 years of age category with her picture entitled 'Soon there'll be one more in the family'.
The aim of the study, which has been published in the Iberoamerican Fertility Journal, is based on understanding the possible relationship between the quality of embryos transferred during in vitro fertilisation (IVF) and intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) cycles with the presence of abnormalities in the foetus.
The Rafael Bernabeu Charitable Foundation, has received 300 children's drawings related to maternity in the contest organized by the organization for the seventh consecutive year.
Instituto Bernabeu has published research work in the Iberoamerican Fertility Journal on the effects of assisted reproduction techniques on placental vascularisation.
As a part of our continuous training programme, an intensive theoretical and practical seminar entitled ‘Advanced Workshop in Embryo Biopsy: Techniques and tips for usage’ will take place next May. The workshop is aimed at reproduction biologists who are specialised in micro-handling techniques.
Systems Biology in Reproductive Medicine, the scientific journal that primarily addresses matters associated with reproductive biology, recently published research work carried out by Instituto Bernabeu on the implantation of mosaic embryos. The research work, entitled Implantation potential of mosaic embryos, deals with the chances of achieving full term pregnancies when transferring certain mosaic embryos.
Dr Rafael Bernabeu will participate in a seminar which is part of the Master's Course in Healthcare Management at Miguel Hernández University (Sant Joan d'Alacant campus). The lecture is entitled 'Innovation in private management. Challenges and Solutions.'
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