Welcome to the section dedicated to the Special Interest Group Reproductive Genetics. Here you can read more about us, our activities and our recommended reading.
Reproductive Genetics deals with the relationship between the genotype and reproduction. This includes studying the transmission of the genetic material and its epigenetic modifications from one generation to the next and also the effects of abnormalities in this genetic material on reproduction.
In genetic terms, reproduction of an individual or couple is essential. However, the genetic make-up can hamper reproduction and the insight into how this is brought about has made genetic diagnosis and counseling important.
The aims of the SIG Reproductive Genetics are:
In the last issue of ESHRE's news magazine the SIGs new Co-ordinator Giorgia Kakourou talks about past and upcoming events and the popular webinar on trophectoderm biopsy.