registration open until 03 April 2024 | On-demand on eCampus
organised by the ESHRE Special Interest Groups Endometriosis and Endometrial Disorders and Stem Cells
A Campus workshop on the role of new technologies in reproductive medicine and disorders of the endometrium.
Scientists working in the domain of reproductive biology/medicine. Reproductive medicine doctors working or with strong interest in technology-driven developments and translational research. Any other professional with interest in novel discoveries.
Session 1: Novel approaches to study the Endometrium
Single cell transcriptomics of endometrium and endometrial disorders - Carlos Simón, Spain
Visualizing cellular heterogeneity in endometrium - Dharani Hapangama, United Kingdom
Session 2: Novel approaches to study early embryo development
How epigenetics in the embryo regulate development and implantation - Vincent Pasque, Belgium
Early development in mammals: lessons from primitive endoderm - Frederic Lluis Vinas, Belgium
Session 3: Modelling the endometrium and embryos.
Endometrial organoids - Joris Vriens, Belgium
Blastoids, artificial embryos and other surrogates - Erik Vrij, The Netherlands
Session 4: Maternal embryo Interface
Single cell and spatial transcriptomics in early pregnancy - Roser Vento-Tormo, United Kingdom
Divergence in extraembryonic tissues and implantation strategies - Christopher Penfold, United Kingdom
Session 6: Opportunities to study disorders
Innovative technologies to characterise genomic aberrations in human embryos - Masoud Zamani Esteki, The Netherlands
How new technologies will affect reproductive medicine in the next 15 years - Frank J. Broekmans, The Netherlands
Session 7: Reproduction in Space
Space gynecology - Varsha Jain, United Kingdom
Space andrology - Jan-Bernd Stukenborg, Sweden
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