More than 1,000 experts will discuss the present and future of reproductive medicine from 15 to 19 November
The 9th International IVIRMA Congress will bring together the main researchers in assisted reproduction worldwide
- The role of mitochondria in ovarian aging, ovarian reactivation as an option for patients with early ovarian failure, or non-invasive PGT-A to optimize embryo selection, among other current reproductive issues, are the highlights of this benchmark event.
VALENCIA, 10 NOVEMBER 2021
The ninth edition of the International Congress organized by IVIRMA Global will take place from Monday 15 to Friday 19 November. Considered a benchmark in the Assisted Reproduction sector, each edition brings together leading experts in the reproductive field.
For the first time, the meeting will be held online, due to the health situation. This is a more attractive and simpler format, ensuring the safety of the attendees. It will bring together more than 1,000 experts from all five continents.
This new edition of the Congress, which is held every two years, will present the latest advances in Assisted Reproduction, as well as the most innovative techniques and the findings of the most recent research. Among the main topics to be addressed during these days are the latest milestones in this ever-growing sector. Among them, the role of mitochondria in ovarian aging, non-invasive PGT-A to optimize embryo selection and ovarian reactivation, topics addressed by researchers of the stature and relevance of Dr. Emre Seli (USA), Dr. Dagan Wells (UK), or Prof. Antonio Pellicer (SPAIN).
Research into Reproductive medicine is one of IVI’s mainstays, consequently, the Congress opens with a talk for future professionals on how to get started in this field of research, given by Dr. Juan Antonio García Velasco, Scientific Director of IVI and of this Congress, and Dr. Nicolás Garrido, Director of the IVI Foundation.
9th International IVIRMA Congress in an online format
This ninth edition of the Congress organized by IVIRMA Global will be held online for the first time, with the main objective of ensuring the safety of the attendees. This edition of the Congress will take place from Monday 15 to Friday 19 November, making remote access easier and more convenient. In addition to the traditional lectures, in which the best researchers in Assisted Reproduction will present the latest findings in the field, this edition will also have new features in its approach. Thus, it will include different debates, conducted by experts, on the most relevant topics for the future of reproductive medicine. On the other hand, another new feature of the Congress is the Workshops that will be held and that will be aimed at important figures in Reproductive Medicine, such as embryologists, family doctors, or psychology professionals specializing in infertility and Assisted Reproduction.
About the 9th International IVIRMA Congress
From 15 to 19 November, the 9th International IVIRMA Congress on Assisted Reproduction will be held, which attracts the main researchers worldwide in the sector. At this event, we present the advances achieved in the field of Reproductive Medicine, the most innovative techniques, and the results of the latest research. In addition, it is a meeting point for sharing best practices to improve the daily results in this activity. The Congress, the ninth edition of which is held online, brings together more than 1,000 specialists from 65 countries and is held every two years.
About IVIRMA Global
IVI was founded in 1990, as the first medical institution in Spain fully dedicated to assisted reproduction. Since then, it has helped with the birth of more than 250,000 babies thanks to the application of the latest technologies. In early 2017, IVI merged with RMANJ, becoming the largest assisted reproduction group in the world. To date, it has around 80 clinics and 7 research centers in 9 countries and is the leading center for reproductive medicine. www.ivi.es – www.rmanetwork.com.
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