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New Perspectives in A.R.T.

22-23 May 2017

Scientific Organizers
F.M. Ubaldi, L. Rienzi, C. Alviggi

Speakers
F.M. Ubaldi, L. Rienzi, A. Capalbo, C. Alviggi, S. Colamaria, A. Vaiarelli, R. Maggiulli, D. Cimadomo

Location
Lectures at FERTY SCHOOL – GENERA Training Center, Via G. De Notaris 1E
GENERA IVF Centre, Clinica Valle Giulia, Via G. De Notaris 2B

Aim
This course is aimed at providing clinicians, embryologist and basic scientists an opportunity to focus and discuss some of the most attractive advances in the field of ART. This course offers an innovative format integrating lectures and clinical cases presentation with a real experience visiting Labs and Operating rooms in the IVF Unit. Interactive “open discussion” moments will be most welcome to give the possibility to exchange views.

Learning objectives:
By attending this course, participants will be able to:
• Recognize the crucial steps in the correct management of an infertile couple
• Analyze the organization of an IVF Unit
• Evaluate the role of the Laboratory technologies to improve embryo evaluation and selection
• Understand the importance of genetics in IVF and the role of pre-implantation genetic diagnosis in the modern embryology
• Understand the importance of a personalized controlled ovarian stimulation and the new approaches available
• Recognize factors that can influence the success in ART

Target audience
Expert gynecologists, embryologist and geneticists in the field of ART.

Day I – 22 May

09:30-13:00   Session I

09:30-11:00       Clinical work-up

Overview on clinical state of ART

(F.M. Ubaldi)

11:00-11:30       Coffee break

11.30-13.00        Laboratory technologies: overview of the modern IVF Lab

Lab technologies needed to maximize success

(L. Rienzi)

13:00-14:00 Lunch

14:00-16:00   Session II

14.00-15.30        Tailoring ovarian stimulation I

 (A. Vaiarelli)

  • Management of poor responders/Natural IVF cycle
  • How to maximize the number of oocytes

15.30-16.00 Q&A and end of the first day

Day II – 23 May

09.30-13.00   Session III

09:30-10.30   Tailoring ovarian stimulation II

(S. Colamaria)

  • Management of normal and hyper responders
  • Prevention of OHSS and cycle segmentation

10.30-11:00        Coffee break

11.00-13.00        Parallel sessions (participants will be splitted in 2 groups and will alternate)

  • Genera IVF center tour (R. Maggiulli, C. Scarica)
  • Clinical cases (S. Colamaria, D. Cimadomo) 

13:00     Closing lunch

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ART Update

15-16 May 2017

Scientific Organizers
F.M. Ubaldi, L. Rienzi, C. Alviggi

Speakers
F.M. Ubaldi, L. Rienzi, A. Capalbo, C. Alviggi, S. Colamaria, A. Vaiarelli, R. Maggiulli, D. Cimadomo

Location
Lectures at FERTY SCHOOL – GENERA Training Center, Via G. De Notaris 1E
GENERA IVF Centre, Clinica Valle Giulia, Via G. De Notaris 2B

Aim
This course is aimed at providing clinicians, embryologist and basic scientists an opportunity to focus and discuss some of the most attractive advances in the field of ART. This course offers an innovative format integrating lectures and clinical cases presentation with a real experience visiting Labs and Operating rooms in the IVF Unit. Interactive “open discussion” moments will be most welcome to give the possibility to exchange views.

Learning objectives:
By attending this course, participants will be able to:
• Recognize the crucial steps in the correct management of an infertile couple
• Analyze the organization of an IVF Unit
• Evaluate the role of the Laboratory technologies to improve embryo evaluation and selection
• Understand the importance of genetics in IVF and the role of pre-implantation genetic diagnosis in the modern embryology
• Understand the importance of a personalized controlled ovarian stimulation and the new approaches available
• Recognize factors that can influence the success in ART

Target audience
Expert gynecologists, embryologist and geneticists in the field of ART.

Day I

09:30-13:00   Session I

09:30-11:00       Clinical work-up

Overview on clinical state of ART

(F.M. Ubaldi)

11:00-11:30       Coffee break

11.30-13.00        Laboratory technologies: overview of the modern IVF Lab

Lab technologies needed to maximize success

(L. Rienzi)

13:00-14:00 Lunch

14:00-16:00   Session II

14.00-15.30        Tailoring ovarian stimulation I

 (A. Vaiarelli)

  • Management of poor responders/Natural IVF cycle
  • How to maximize the number of oocytes

15.30-16.00 Q&A and end of the first day

Day II

09.30-13.00   Session III

09:30-10.30   Tailoring ovarian stimulation II

(S. Colamaria)

  • Management of normal and hyper responders
  • Prevention of OHSS and cycle segmentation

10.30-11:00        Coffee break

11.00-13.00        Parallel sessions (participants will be splitted in 3 groups and will alternate)

  • Genera IVF center tour (R. Maggiulli, C. Scarica)
  • Clinical cases (S. Colamaria, D. Cimadomo) 

14:00     Closing lunch

 

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A.R.T. Update

10-11 April 2017

Scientific Organizers

F.M. Ubaldi, L. Rienzi, C. Alviggi

Speakers

F.M. Ubaldi, L. Rienzi, A. Capalbo, C. Alviggi, S. Colamaria, A. Vaiarelli, R. Maggiulli, D. Cimadomo

Location

Lectures at FERTY SCHOOLGENERA Training Center, Via G. De Notaris 1E

GENERA IVF Centre, Clinica Valle Giulia, Via G. De Notaris 2B

Aim

This course is aimed at providing clinicians, embryologist and basic scientists an opportunity to focus and discuss some of the most attractive advances in the field of ART. This course offers an innovative format integrating lectures and clinical cases presentation with a real experience visiting Labs and Operating rooms in the IVF Unit. Interactive “open discussion” moments will be most welcome to give the possibility to exchange views.

Learning objectives:

By attending this course, participants will be able to:

  • Recognize the crucial steps in the correct management of an infertile couple
  • Analyze the organization of an IVF Unit
  • Evaluate the role of the Laboratory technologies to improve embryo evaluation and selection
  • Understand the importance of genetics in IVF and the role of pre-implantation genetic diagnosis in the modern embryology
  • Understand the importance of a personalized controlled ovarian stimulation and the new approaches available
  • Recognize factors that can influence the success in ART

Target audience

Expert gynecologists, embryologist and geneticists in the field of ART.           

Day I

09:30-13:00   Session I

09:30-11:00       Clinical work-up

Overview on clinical state of ART

(F.M. Ubaldi)

11:00-11:30       Coffee break

11.30-13.00        Laboratory technologies: overview of the modern IVF Lab

Lab technologies needed to maximize success

(L. Rienzi)

13:00-14:00 Lunch

14:00-16:00   Session II

14.00-15.30        Tailoring ovarian stimulation I

 (A. Vaiarelli)

  • Management of poor responders/Natural IVF cycle
  • How to maximize the number of oocytes

15.30-16.00 Q&A and end of the first day

Day II

09.30-13.00   Session III

09:30-10.30   Tailoring ovarian stimulation II

(S. Colamaria)

  • Management of normal and hyper responders
  • Prevention of OHSS and cycle segmentation

10.30-11:00        Coffee break

11.00-13.00        Parallel sessions (participants will be splitted in 3 groups and will alternate)

  • Genera IVF center tour (R. Maggiulli, C. Scarica)
  • Clinical cases (S. Colamaria, D. Cimadomo) 

14:00     Closing lunch

   

 

 

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A.R.T. Update

3-4-5 April 2017

Scientific Organizers
F.M. Ubaldi, L. Rienzi, C. Alviggi

Speakers
F.M. Ubaldi, L. Rienzi, A. Capalbo, C. Alviggi, S. Colamaria, A. Vaiarelli, R. Maggiulli, D. Cimadomo

Location
Lectures at FERTY SCHOOL – GENERA Training Center, Via G. De Notaris 1E
GENERA IVF Centre, Clinica Valle Giulia, Via G. De Notaris 2B

Aim
This course is aimed at providing clinicians, embryologist and basic scientists an opportunity to focus and discuss some of the most attractive advances in the field of ART. This course offers an innovative format integrating lectures and clinical cases presentation with a real experience visiting Labs and Operating rooms in the IVF Unit. Interactive “open discussion” moments will be most welcome to give the possibility to exchange views.

Learning objectives:
By attending this course, participants will be able to:
• Recognize the crucial steps in the correct management of an infertile couple
• Analyze the organization of an IVF Unit
• Evaluate the role of the Laboratory technologies to improve embryo evaluation and selection
• Understand the importance of genetics in IVF and the role of pre-implantation genetic diagnosis in the modern embryology
• Understand the importance of a personalized controlled ovarian stimulation and the new approaches available
• Recognize factors that can influence the success in ART

Target audience
Expert gynecologists, embryologist and geneticists in the field of ART.

Day I – 3 April

09:30-13:00        Session I

09.30-11:00        Clinical work-up

Overview on clinical state of ART (F. Ubaldi) 

11.00-11:30        Coffee break

11.30-13:00        Laboratory technologies

Overview of the modern IVF Lab

Lab technologies needed to maximize success (L. Rienzi)

13:00-14:00        Lunch

14:00-16:00        Session II

14.00-15:00        Tailoring ovarian stimulation I

(A. Vaiarelli)

  • Management of poor responders/Natural IVF cycle
  • How to maximize the number of oocytes

15:00-15:30        Coffee break

15:30-16:00        Q&A and Discussion

16:00                       End of the first day

Day II – 4 April

09:30-13:00        Session III

09:30-10:30        Vitrification and ART: new clinical and laboratory perspective (R. Maggiulli)

10:30-11:00        Coffee break

11:00-13:00        Genetics in ART

(A. Capalbo, D. Cimadomo)

  • Genetic screening in infertile population
  • Pre-implantation genetic diagnosis for monogenic and chromosomal abnormalities
  • Pre-implant genetic diagnosis for aneuploidy testing
  • Noninvasive pre-natal test

13:00-14:00        Lunch 

14:00-16:00        Session IV

14.00-15:00        Tailoring ovarian stimulation II

(S. Colamaria)

  • Management of normal and hyper responders
  • Prevention of OHSS and cycle segmentation

15.00-15:30        Coffee break

15:30-16:00        Q&A and Discussion

16:00                       End of second day

Day III – 5 April

09:30 – 13:00     Session V

09:30-10:30        Video session

  • Overview Genera IVF center (R. Maggiulli, A. Vaiarelli)
  • Overview of Lab Technologies (R. Maggiulli; C. Scarica) 

10:30-11:00        Coffee break

11:00-13:00        Parallel sessions (participants will be splitted in groups and will alternate)

  • Genera center tour (R. Maggiulli)
  • Clinical cases (D. Cimadomo, A. Vaiarelli)

13:00     Closing Lunch

 

 

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IVF 2.0: NEW CLINICAL APPROACHES

 

 

Scientific Organizers

L. Rienzi, F.M. Ubaldi, C. Alviggi

Speakers
L. Rienzi, F.M. Ubaldi, A. Capalbo, S. Colamaria, A. Vaiarelli, R. Maggiulli, D. Cimadomo, C. Scarica

 

Target

Expert gynecologists, embryologists and geneticists in the field of ART

Location

Lectures at FERTY SCHOOL – GENERA Training Center, Via G. De Notaris 1E

GENERA IVF Centre, Clinica Valle Giulia, Via G. De Notaris 2B

DAY I – 09.30-13.00

09:30-11:00 Clinical work-up: overview on clinical state of ART

(F.M. Ubaldi)

Coffee break

11.30-13.00 Laboratory technologies: overview of the modern IVF Lab: Lab

technologies needed to maximize success

(L. Rienzi)

 

13.00-14.00 Lunch break

14:00-16:00 Session II

14:00-15:00 Genetics in ART (A. Capalbo; D. Cimadomo)

• Pre-implant genetic diagnosis for aneuploidy testing

• Pre-implantation genetic diagnosis for monogenic and chromosomal

abnormalities

• Genetic technologies for PGD and PGS

Coffee break

15.30-16.00 Video Session (R. Maggiulli, C. Scarica)

• Overview Genera IVF center

• Overview of Lab Technologies

DAY II   09:30-13:00 Session III

Parallel sessions

Biologists: Lab visit (R. Maggiulli, C. Scarica)

Gynecologists: Patients consultations and visits (A.Vaiarelli)

13.00 End of the course

 

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