The maternal embryonic interface

ESHRE Campus: Expert Workshop
Valencia, Spain
2-3 December 2010

Organised by the ESHRE Special Interest Groups Early Pregnancy, Endometriosis/Endometrium, Stem Cells in collaboration with Catedra Santiago Grisolia, Fundacion Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias

 

Impaired endometrial expression of activin-related proteins and receptors mRNAs: evidence for an endometrial dysfunction in endometriotic patients - Ana Luiza Lunardi Rocha (Brazil)

Micro-RNA signature of receptive human endometrium - Signe Altmae (Sweden)

Genes targeted by the estrogen and progesterone receptors in human endometrium - Karin Tamm (Estonia)

Placentation - Graham J. Burton (UK)

Immune regulation at the fetal maternal interface - Frans Claas (The Netherlands)

Proteomics and endometriosis - A. Fassbender (PhD student), T.M. D’Hooghe, MD, PhD (Belgium)

Adverse obstetric outcome after early pregnancy complications - Roy Farquharson (UK)

Evidence for Endometrial Stem/Progenitor cells - Caroline E. Gargett (Australia)

Healthier IVF - yes we can - David Healy (Australia)

Mechanisms for ectopic implantation - Andrew Horne (UK)

New molecules: microRNAs and endometriosis - Louise Hull (Australia)

Clinical translation: IVF, endometriosis and pregnancy outcomes - Bruce A. Lessey (USA)

Gametes from human pluripotent stem cells - “The maternal embryonic interface” - Ana I. Marqués‐Marí (Spain)

Endocrinology: role of activins and urocortins in pathogenesis of endometriosis - Felice Petraglia (Italy)

Sex hormone receptor regulation of pathways and players in implantation - Philippa Saunders (UK)

Omics of endometrial receptivity - Carlos Simon (Spain)

Stem cells and the endometrium - Hugh S. Taylor (USA)

Seeing things from the embryo - Kersti Lundin (Sweden)

 

 

 

 

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