COGI goes Digital

As we are all aware, COVID-19 has had an impact on the congress world, and due to social distancing and other enforced regulations, the face of congresses has changed - as such - COGI is going online

3 Reasons to Attend COGI

1. Addresses the most controversial issues facing clinicians and physicians in their daily practice.
2. Ample time after each lecture and debate for speaker-audience discussion.
3. Chance to interact with colleagues, friends and experts from around the world in all areas of the field.

Who Should Attend?

Gynecologists Nurses
Obstetricians Students
Infertility/IVF Specialists PhD Students
Perinatologists Residents
Clinical Embryologists Allied Health Professionals

COGI Congress Chairpersons

Zion Ben Rafael


Bart C.J.M. Fauser


Rene Frydman


Georg Griesinger


Local Chairperson

One more year the COGI Congress has been excellent. The truth is that I enjoy it because I consider it one of the Congresses in which an update of the most important topics of our speciality is offered and, in many occasions, I am surprised with topics of which I did not know the existing advances. It is a Congress in which I consider fundamental to read carefully the scientific program beforehand and to identify the topics that, for personal interest or lack of knowledge, seem more interesting to each one, in fact it is what I always do, and it is the three days in that I enjoy the most and I update.

Santiago Palacios, Spain

COGI 2017 Vienna, Austria










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