Dr. Natalia Basile is a senior embryologist at IVI Madrid.She graduated as a biochemist in 1999 from JFK University in Buenos Aires, Argentina. After graduating she went on to pursue her IVF laboratory training in United States. She temporarily joined RMA of New Jersey to then participate in the start up of RMA of New York, where she became Laboratory Supervisor for several years. During her years in United States Dr. Basile obtained her Master’s Degree in Clinical Embryology and Andrology at the Eastern Virginia Medical School and the Jones Institute for Reproductive Medicine. In 2008, she moved to Spain, where she joined IVI RMA Madrid. Since then she´s been actively working in the clinical IVF and research. Dr. Basile obtained her PhD from Universidad Rey Juan Carlos in Madrid where she focused on embryo development and morphokinetics.
Dr. Basile is an ESHRE certified member since 2008. She has been invited to speak nationally and internationally and has authored several peer reviewed abstracts, publications and book chapters. She has been involved in teaching classes in Master’s Degree Programs at Universidad Rey Juan Carlos and European University in Madrid.
- Type of chromosome abnormality affects embryo morphology dynamics.
Del Carmen Nogales M, Bronet F, Basile N, Martínez EM, Liñán A, Rodrigo L, Meseguer M.
Fertil Steril, 107(1):229-235, 2017.
- How much have we learned from time-lapse in clinical IVF?
Castelló D, Motato Y, Basile N, Remohí J, Espejo-Catena M, Meseguer M.
Mol Hum Reprod, 22(10):719-727, 2016.
- Automatic time-lapse instrument is superior to single-point morphology observation for selecting viable embryos: retrospective study in oocyte donation.
Aparicio-Ruiz B, Basile N, Pérez Albalá S, Bronet F, Remohí J, Meseguer M. Fertil Steril, 106(6):1379-1385, 2016.
- The state of "freeze-for-all" in human ARTs.
Basile N, Garcia-Velasco JA.
J Assist Reprod Genet, 33(12):1543-1550, 2016.
- The use of morphokinetics as a predictor of implantation: a multicentric study to define and validate an algorithm for embryo selection.
Basile N, Vime P, Florensa M, Aparicio-Ruiz B, García-Velasco J, Remohí J, Meseguer M.
Hum Reprod, 30(2):276-83, 2015.
- Time-Lapse in the IVL lab: how should we assess potential benefit.
Basile N, Barrière P, Meseguer M, Fréour T.
Hum Reprod, 30(5):1276, 2015.
- Systematic review on clinical outcomes following selection of human preimplantation embryos with time-lapse monitoring.
Freour T, Basile N, Barriere P, Meseguer M.
Hum Reprod Update, 21(1):153-4, 2015.
- What does morphokinetics add to embryo selection and in-vitro fertilization?
Basile N, Caiazzo M, Meseguer M.
Curr Opin Obstet Gynecol, 27(3):193-200, 2015.
- Increasing the probability of selecting chromosomally normal embryos by time-lapse morphokinetic analysis.
Basile N, Bronet F, Nogales MC, Martínez E, Ariza M, Agudo D, Florensa M, Riqueros M, Meseguer M.
Fertil Steril 101(3):699-704, 2014.
- Type of culture media does not affect embryo kinetics: a time-lapse analysis of sibling oocytes.
Basile N, Morbeck D, García-Velasco J, Bronet F, Meseguer M.
Hum Reprod,28(3):634-41, 2013.
- Time-Lapse technology: evaluation of embryo quality and new markers for embryo selection.
Basile N, Meseguer M.
Expert Rev Obstet Gynecol, 7(2), 175-190, 2012.
- Evaluation of embryo quality: Time-lapse imaging to assess embryo morphokinesis.
Basile N, García Velasco J, Meseguer M.
Textbook of Assisted Reproductive Techniques. David Gardner, Ariel Weissman, Colin Howles, and Zeev Shoham Chapter 19.
- Embryo incubation and selection in a time-lapse monitoring system improves pregnancy outcome compared with a standard incubator: a retrospective cohort study.
Meseguer M, Rubio I, Cruz M, Basile N, Marcos J, Requena A.
Fertil Steril, 98(6):1481-9, 2012.