The Best of ASRM and ESHRE 2021

We are grateful for another succesful meeting and would like to thank you for your participation. We hope you enjoyed it and look forward to welcoming you to ESHRE 2021. Registered participants can login here  to watch the sessions on-demand. It is not too late to register, you can still complete your registration for on-demand access. The exhibit will remain available until 12 July via the platform or via the conference app. Participants who register for the scientific programme and attend sessions can download a certificate of attendance after completing an evaluation first on the platform.

ASRM and ESHRE bringing together their best from both sides of the Atlantic

The joint meeting featuring the ‘Best Of’ ASRM and ESHRE is now settled on a biennial track, with venues usually alternating between North America and Europe. But in 2021, like all other scientific meetings, the upcoming 'Best Of' meeting will be held online - but it remains our pleasure to extend a warm invitation to you all. 

'The Best of ASRM and ESHRE' is a continuing medical education (CME) programme intended to present evidence for both established and emerging approaches to the science and art of reproductive healthcare, with faculty from ASRM and ESHRE aiming to compare global approaches and technologies for diagnosis and treatment. The programme for 2021 thus brings together plenary and cutting-edge sessions on ovarian ageing, donor anonymity (the end of), gene therapies in male infertility, in vitro maturation, synthetic ‘gametes’, biological sensors of in-utero monitoring, and obesity in reproductive function. Debates and back-to-back sessions include opposing views on recurrent implantation failure, social egg freezing, pretreatment scheduling in IVF, finbroids in IVF, dual stimulation, PGT-A, thrombophilia in IVF, severe male factor infertility, and the decline of cleavage-stage embryo transfer.
The meeting thus offers a unique opportunity to hear views on hot topics from both sides of the Atlantic and keep up-to-date with how opinions may or may not diverge.

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