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Stem cell Research, Preimplantation Genetics, Immunology, Epigenetics, Cryobiology, Surgery and Ovarian Rejuvenation are some of the study fields pursued by IVIRMA Investigators. Setting milestones is important, as is contributing to innovative findings. It is crucial to disseminate and share our results and stimulate the interest of the scientific community for the continued progress in Reproductive Medicine. It is also important for us to share with you the success of our trainees and investigators. Here you will find the latest awards, publications, and short talks from IVIRMA, converted into news stories.

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RECENT AWARDS OF IVIRMA Innovation

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

IVF
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Autologous mitochondrial transfer (AugmentSM) as a complementary technique to ICSI to improve oocyte and embryo quality in IVF patients. A randomized pilot study. 

ESHRE, 3 JULY 2018

Meseguer
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Using Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Time-Lapse to improve human blastocyst morphology evaluation.

ESHRE, 4 JULY 2018.

man-fertility
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Marga Esbert, Ph.D.

Predictors of positive sperm retrieval in azoospermic men

ESHRE, JULY 2018

ovarian-transplant
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Nuria Pellicer, M.D.

Autologous stem cell ovarian transplant (ASCOT) allowed 5 pregnancies in poor responders (PR) women

ESHRE, 4 JULY 2018

Reproductive aging
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Mitochondrial unfolded protein response gene Clpp is required to maintain ovarian follicular reserve during aging, for oocyte competence, and development of pre-implantation embryos.

Aging Cell 2018.

Ovarian rejuvenation
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Fertility rescue and ovarian follicle growth promotion by bone marrow stem cells infusion.

Fertility Sterility 2018.

Genome editing reveals a role for OCT4
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Genome editing reveals a role for OCT4 in human embryogenesis.

Nature 2017.

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Variables associated with mitochondrial copy number in human blastocysts: what can we learn from trophectoderm biopsies?

Fertility Sterility 2018.

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Very low anti-Müllerian hormone concentrations are not an independent predictor of embryo quality and pregnancy rate.

Reproductive Biomedicine Online 2018.

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