registration open until 29 March 2024 | Webinar
organised by the ESHRE Special Interest Group Stem Cells
This webinar will present the first attempt at 'reverse engineering' the human ovary. Using this concept, researchers have deconstructed the microenvironment of human ovarian cells to better understand their proteomic, architectural, and mechanical cues, as well as their role in ovarian activity. The goal is to reintegrate this knowledge into a biomimetic construct, a transplantable engineered ovary (TEO) that could restore fertility in cancer survivors who have impaired fertility. By integrating these data, the TEO could potentially become a life-changing option for many female patients.
Clinicians, scientists and researchers with an interest in bioengineering
Based on the needs assessment process, the derived educational needs for the webinar could include:
17:00 - 17:05 Introduction by Christiani Amorim
17:05 - 17:45 Presentation by Emna Ouni
17:45 - 18:10 Q&A by Christiani Amorim
Participants can obtain a certificate of attendance after watching the webinar on the eCampus platform here.
The recording will remain available to registered participants on eCampus here
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