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Awards


Six presentations at ESHRE 2015 were selected and rewarded with a prize of EURO 2,000. One additional presentation was selected for the FSA Exchange Award. Special award committees, composed of senior scientists and clinicians made the selection for each award.


Basic Science Award for oral presentation

awarded to the first and presenting author of the best oral presentation on a basic science topic

High-resolution imaging of meiosis in live human oocytes - Zuzana Holubcova (United Kingdom)



Clinical Science Award for oral presentation 

awarded to the first and presenting author of the best oral presentation on a clinical science topic

The Neurokinin B Receptor Antagonist AZD4901 decreases LH and testosterone secretion in women with PCOS: a randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial - Jyothis George (United Kingdom)



Basic Science Award for poster presentation

awarded to the first and presenting author of the best poster presentation on a basic science topic

Crucial role of hypoxia inducible factor 2alpha in the pregnant uterus - L. Matsumoto (Japan)



Clinical Science Award for poster presentation

awarded to the first and presenting author of the best poster presentation on a clinical science topic

Reliability of the ESHRE/ESGE and ASRM classification systems of uterine congenital malformations - A. Ludwin (Poland)



The Fertility Society of Australia Exchange Award

an educational travel grant, will allow one of the participants of ESHRE 2014 to present the data of his/her oral presentation at the annual meeting of the Fertility Society of Australia.

Balancing between totipotency and differentiation in the human embryo - M. Krivega (Belgium)



The Nurses Award

awarded to the best oral presentation by a nurse 

Fertility awareness in the Flemish population: optimism can be disadvantageous - I. Delbaere (Belgium)




The ART Laboratory Award

awarded to the best oral or poster presentation made by a laboratory technician.

Frozen-thawed in-vitro matured oocytes collected at the time of ovarian tissue processing, for the purpose of fertility preservation for transsexual persons, show normal spindle formations - S. Lierman (Belgium)