INFERTILITY
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25

 

08:30-10:00

MALE INFERTILITY LAB WORK

HALL D
Capsule Have we made any progress in male infertility?
Chairpersons Mina Alikani, USA
Ans van Pelt, Netherlands
08:30-08:55 Unraveling the causes of male infertility: The role of genetics
Frank Tüttelmann, Germany (virtual)
08:55-09:20

Genetic screening in male infertility: Time for new guidelines?
Manon Oud, Netherlands

09:20–09:40

Scientific developments in male fertility preservation
Ans van Pelt, Netherlands

09:40-10:00

Real-time sperm analysis using artificial intelligence at the time of ICSI: Correlation of single sperm characteristics with fertilization and blastocyst formation using SiD; a proof-of-concept
Andrew Drakeley, UK

 

10:00-10:20 Coffee break,  e-poster viewing and visit the exhibition Exhibition Area

 

10:20-11:50

DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF ENDOMETRIOSIS

HALL D
Capsule

Endometriosis is a common inflammatory, estrogen-dependent condition associated with various symptoms affecting fertility and quality of life. Treatment ranges from “imperfect” medical options to surgical. Is the newly marketed oral GnRH receptors antagonist a game-changer?

Chairpersons Ben Cohlen, Netherlands
Ludovico Muzii, Italy
10:20-10:50

Biomarkers in endometriosis
Arne Vanhie, Belgium

10:50-11:10

The role of US and MRI in diagnosis of DE
Annemiek Nap, Netherlands

11:10-11:35

Endometriosis: Is it a systemic disease?
Ludwig Kiesel, Germany

11:35-11:50

Treatment of endometriosis – surgical or medical?
Jacques Maas, Netherlands­

 

11:50-12:00 Break

 

 12:00-13:30 FEMTECH AND FERTILITY: ARE WOMEN TAKING BACK CONTROL? HALL D

Chairpersons

Nick Macklon, UK
Jacky Boivin, UK

Capsule

Review the booming field of wearable tech. Does it work? Where is it heading?

 12:00-12:30

The rise and rise of Femtech in fertility
Ying Cheong, UK

Capsule

Can apps provide effective psych support and help change behaviours?

 12:30-13:00 Are apps replacing us? Who Cares?
Jacky Boivin, UK

Capsule

Review and debate the motivations for egg freezing and the societal implications

 13:00-13:30

Egg freezing – who is taking back control?
Nick Macklon, UK

 

13:30-14:30  Lunch break,  moderated e-posters and visit the exhibition Exhibition Area

 

14:30-16:30 LABORATORY TECHNIQUES HALL A
Capsule Will AI ever replace the biologists?
Chairpersons Rita Vassena, Spain
Mina Popovic,Spain
14:30-14:55 Has time-lapse technology finally proven its clinical benefit? Is it cost effective?
Dorit Kieslinger, Netherlands
14:55-15:20 Synthetic human entities with embryo-like features
Mina Popovic, Spain
15:20-15:45 Blastulation rate: The golden KPI for self-evaluation in laboratory
Laura Rienzi, Italy
15:45-16:10 AI will replace the embryologist in our lab: Yes, or no?
Andrew Drakeley, UK
16:10-16:30 Problems with using polygenic scores to select embryos
Patrick Turley, USA 

 

16:30-16:50  Coffee break,  e-poster viewing and visit the exhibition Exhibition Area

 

16:50-18:20 FET (FROZEN EMBRYO TRANSFER) – TURKISH SOCIETY OF REPRODUCTIVE MEDICINE SESSION HALL D
Chairpersons Cem Atabekoglu, Turkey
Berrin Avci¸Turkey 
16:50-17:05

FET should be the first option for some patients
Işıl Kasapoğlu, Turkey

17:05-17:20

Delayed versus immediate FET?
Esra Bulgan Kilicdag, Turkey

17:20-17:35

Is there an ideal hormonal preparation for FET?
Sezcan Mumusoglu, Turkey

17:35-17:50

Q & A

17:50-18:20

17:50
18:00
18:10

PRO-CON discussion: PGT/A for Recurrent implantation failure & pregnancy loss
Moderator:  Cem Atabekoglu, Turkey
PRO: Sezcan Mumusoglu, Turkey
CON: Bülent Urman, Turkey
Discussion

 

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