ESHRE Campus events attract the world’s leading specialists and represent great opportunities to attend state-of-the art lectures.
Find out the latest developments in the ethical, psychological and social aspects of oocyte donation.
26-27 January 2018
This course will explore the latest advances in male fertility preservation and restoration with a focus on the most challenging aspects of stem cell maintenance, sperm development in vitro and/or transplantation.
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
08-09 March 2018
This course will provide the information and resources to improve the communication skills of healthcare professionals, help them develop meaningful information material for their patients and suggest approaches to communicate results of medical investigations and treatments.
15-17 March 2018
An update on endoscopic surgery in reproductive medicine with hands-on training.
25-27 April 2018
An update on current and best practices in reproductive genetics.
26-28 April 2018
This course deals with fertility preservation treatments for female cancer survivors. It has a practical approach focusing on how to develop cryobiological platforms in a multidisciplinary manner and how to use different strategical approaches depending on urgency.
03-05 May 2018
A critical review of significant and common IVF laboratory practices that do not meet the criteria of evidence-based medicine or remain controversial.
17-19 May 2018
An update on the endocrinology of the luteal phase, with a focus on its function in ART treatments.
25-26 May 2018
An innovative course on in vitro modelling of different phases of human early development.
20-21 September 2018
An update on the current understanding of mechanisms behind endometriosis-generated pain.
27-28 September 2018
28-30 November 2018
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