23 June, 2019
Vienna, Austria, June 23, 2019 –Today, Transmed Pharm team will take part in the 35th annual meeting of the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE) heldin Vienna, alongside Palestinian doctors and embryologists from the West Bank and Gaza Strip.IBSA will hold their annual Satellite Symposium on Monday, June 34, titled 'The ways ahead in reproductive care'. The Symposium will be chaired by Anna Veiga (Spain) and Mona Aboulghar (Egypt) and will include lectures and discussions on 'The Role of Progesterone in Feto-maternal Immunological' by Dr. Julia Szekeres-Bartho (Hungary), 'Mitochondria for Oocytes: Endogenous or Exogenous Sources' by Dr. Elena Labarta (Spain) and 'Beyond Euploidy: What is Next in Embryo Assessment' by Dr. Laura Rienzi (Italy). Also, for the second year in a row, Cook Medical will host subject matter experts (SMEs) at the booth's Education Hub on Monday and Tuesday. SME session will include the following topics: 'The Aim of the OPU Procedure to Secure Quality Oocytes' by Professor Michael Grynberg, 'Consistently Meeting and Exceeding Patients’ Needs, Requirements, and Expectations' by Dr. Cristina Hickman, and 'Reproductive Genetics: A Review and Update' by Professor Joyce Harper.
About ESHRE ESHRE stands for the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology, whose mission is to promote interest in, and understanding of, reproductive biology and medicine. ESHRE collaborates globally and advocates universal improvements in scientific research and harmonization in clinical practice. It also provides guidance that enhances safety and quality assurance in clinical and laboratory procedures. ESHRE’s activities include teaching, training, and professional accreditations. The ESHRE Annual Meeting is held at a different city in Europe each year.
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