Course description

Course type


Course description

The blastocyst stage has an impressive usage in modern IVF. The Campus Course will cover "all things blastocyst", from blastocyst transfer and cryopreservation to trophectoderm biopsy and automated evaluation using AI.


Target audience

Clinical embryologists, laboratory staff, clinicians, researchers


Educational needs and expected outcomes

The increasing clinical usage of blastocysts in various procedures performed in the embryology lab, requires embryologists to stay up to date on current advances surrounding blastocyst culture and use.

By the end of the Campus Course, participants will have the latest knowledge on:

  1. the cellular aspects and metabolic requirements of blastocyst formation
  2. blastocyst culture, cryopreservation and transfer
  3. time-lapse and AI for the monitoring and assessment of blastocysts
  4. blastocyst biopsy for PGT
  5. potential epigenetic effects of extended embryo culture

Innovative aspects

The participants will have the opportunity to learn from and interact with distinguished scientists, who are experts in their field.


Educational methods

  • Lectures


The official language of the course is English.