Course description

Course type

Advanced

Course description

This one-day virtual Campus meeting will cover all major aspects of how to introduce, manage and efficiently utilise TLT for clinical and research purposes in the IVF lab. Leading experts in the field will share their experience and discuss interactively questions relevant to TLT and embryo morphokinetics, including technology, limitations, implications for aneuploidy detections, clinical evidence and current and future research directions (such as artificial intelligence).

 

Target audience

Clinical embryologists, reproductive biologists, ART specialists

 

Educational needs and expected outcomes

Participants, familiar or new to TLT, will gain a broad awareness of the current status, potential and implementation of TLT in the IVF laboratory. Embryologists involved in the use of TLT are often drawn into a routine, without the opportunity to develop a comprehensive view of such technology. The course will be an opportunity to fill this gap, making available the first-hand knowledge of experienced scientists on TLT’s technical aspects, challenges, application, and research prospects.

 

Innovative aspects of the course

One of only a few comprehensive educational events on TLT.

 

Educational methods

  • Lectures
  • Discussions
     

Language

The official language of the course is English.