Dr Jorge Ten
Jorge Ten graduated and became a Doctor of Biology from the University of Valencia in 1994 and 1998, respectively.
He has been part of the Instituto Bernabeu team since October 1997 where he manages the Biology and Reproduction Operational Unit. Since 2008, he has worked as an Associate Professor in the Department of Biotechnology at the University of Alicante and a Lecturer on the Master's course in Human Reproduction at the Complutense University in Madrid. He is also a lecturer on the Master's course in Reproductive Medicine at the University of Alicante.
He was awarded the Senior Clinical Embryologist certification by the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE) and the Spanish Association for the Study of Reproductive Biology (ASEBIR).
Much of his professional career has centred around research and this commitment has led to the publication of over 50 scientific articles. All of these have been indexed in significant databases such as JCR and Scopus. He has participated in over 40 research projects, both as lead researcher and collaborator, fulfilling a varied range of roles.
He has participated in over 200 congresses and conferences giving talks and presentations or as a member of the organising committee.
He is a scientific reviewer for several journals such as 'Sensors', 'Human Reproduction', 'Fertility and Sterility', 'Reproductive Biomedicine Online' and 'Reproductive Medicine and Clinical Embryology.'
He is a member of the Spanish Fertility Society, the Spanish Association of Human Genetics, ESHRE and a full member of ASEBIR.
Jorge Ten has been awarded numerous prizes for research. These include, 2nd prize from the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) for the Best Poster in Congress (2012) and first prize for the Best Original Research Work in the 8th edition of the ASESA (Spanish Andrology Society) Angel Bayo Prizes.
He currently combines clinical practice with research and teaching. Most of his work is centred around the processes associated with embryo implantation failure.