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  • 08:30-13:10

    PRECONGRESS WORKSHOP

    • Session I:
      Male infertility epidemiology and the best medical practice based on evidence              
      Chairs: Nicolás Garrido (Spain), Craig Niederberger (USA)
    • 08:30-08:40
      Introduction
      Nicolás Garrido (Spain)
    • 08:40-09:00
      Male reproductive health status: A global initiative towards solving male infertility
      Chris Barratt (Scotland)
    • 09:00-09:10
      Q&A
    • 09:10-09:30
      Male fertility as a predictor of future health problems
      Mike Eisenberg (USA)
    • 09:30-09:40
      Q&A
    • 09:40-10:00
      Varicocele, what have we learned in this century?
      Rossella Cannarella (Italy)
    • 10:00-10:10
      Q&A
    • 10:10-10:30
      How 4K-3D microscope can improve our results in male infertility surgery?
      Jesse Ory (USA)
    • 10:30-10:40
      Q&A
    • 10:40-11:10 Coffee break

    • Session II:
      The laboratory tests helping the characterization of male infertility              
      Chairs: Jim Hotaling (USA) & Marga Esbert (Spain)
    • 11:10-11:30
      The changes introduced by the WHO 2021 Manual and their impact and changes
      Jackson Kirkman-Brown (United Kingdom)
    • 11:30-11:40
      Q&A
    • 11:40-12:00
      Subtle genetic causes of male infertility beyond chromosomes
      Csilla Krausz (Italy)
    • 12:00-12:10
      Q&A
    • 12:10-12:30
      Exosomes in male fertility. How close we are from a clinical application?
      Alberto Pacheco (Spain)
    • 12:30-12:40
      Q&A
    • 12:40-13:00
      How the metrics and outcomes for male infertility research should be analysed
      Craig Niederberger (USA)
    • 13:00-13:10
      Q&A
  •  13:45-14:00 OPENING CEREMONY
    14:00-16:00

    OVARIAN STIMULATION

    • 14:00-14:30
      Individualized approach vs “coffee for all”
      Ernesto Bosch (Spain)
      Tom Molinaro (USA)
    • 14:30-15:00
      Dual Stim
      Filipo Ubaldi (Italy)
    • 15:00-15.30
      Luteal phase / random start as the ideal start
      Michel De Vos (Belgium)
    • 15:30-16:00   
      Progesterone primed ovarian stimulation

      Baris Ata (Turkey)
    16:00-16:30 Coffee break
    16:30-18:00

    PREMATURE OVARIAN INSUFFICIENCY: WHAT IS NEW?
    Chairs:
    Cristina Pozzobon (Italy) / Sérgio Soares (Portugal)

    • 16:30-17:00
      Genetics of ovarian aging and dysfunction
      Alexandar Rajkovic (USA)
    • 17:00-17:30
      How to manage the POI patient
      Anne Gompel (France) 
    • 17:30-18:00
      Reactivation of dormant ovarian follicles: An update on IVA, ASCOT and PRP
      Nuria Pellicer (Spain)
    18:00-19:00 Industry-sponsored Symposium I
    19:00-20:00

    DEBATE 1: THE WINDOW OF IMPLANTATION: DOES IT EXIST?
    Chair:
    José Serna (Spain)

    • What classical clinical data suggest
      Richard Paulson (USA)
    • What have we learned from modern transcriptomics
      Patricia Díaz-Gimeno (Spain)
    • 08:30-10:30

      THE ENDOMETRIUM

      • 08:30-09:00
        Endometrial immune profile: Changes in an injured endometrium       
        Diana Alecsandru (Spain)
        Cesar Díaz (Spain)
      • 09:00-09:30
        Decidualization or endometrial receptivity?
        Nick Macklon (United Kingdom)
      • 09:30-10:00 
        Clinical option for the management of poor endometrium
        Marcos Ferrando (Spain)
      • 10:00-10:30
        Impact of dysbiosis/chronic endometritris in implantation
        Henriette Svarre Nielsen (Denmark)
      10:30-11:00 Coffee break
      11:00-12:30

      ADENOMYOSIS
      Chairs:
      Ana Isabel Salazar (Spain) / Geeta Nargund (UK)

      • 11:00-11:30
        Pathophysiology
        Serdar Bulun (USA)
      • 11:30-12:00
        Ultrasound assessment
        Caterina Exacoustos (Italy)
      • 12:00-12:30
        Influence on ART outcomes
        Mauro Cozzolino (Italy)
      12:30-13:30

      DEBATE 2: IS DIMINISHED OVARIAN RESERVE A MARKER OF INCREASED ANEUPLOIDY?
      Chair:
      Antonio Pellicer (Italy)

      • YES
        Marcelle Cedars (USA)
      • NO
        Scott Morin (USA)
      13:30-14:30 Lunch
      14:30-16:00

      NEW METHODS OF EMBRYO SELECTION
      Chairs:
      Javier Domingo (Spain) / Elkin Muñoz (Spain)

      • 14:30-15:00
        Fluorescence lifetime imaging: Following the energy
        Denny Sakkas (USA)
      • 15:00-15:30
        Mitochondria and embryo viability: What is new?
        Emre Seli (USA)
      • 15:30-16:00
        Advances in the study of culture media proteome
        TBA
      16:00-16:30 Coffee break
      16:30-18:00

      AI IN ART
      Chair:
      Clara Colomé (Spain)

      • 16:30-17:00
        AI performance for embryo selection
        Marcos Meseguer (Spain)
      • 17:00-17:30
        Time to replace biopsy based PGTA with non-invasive AI based decision tools
        Daniella Gilboa (Israel)
      • 17:30-18:00
        How AI may help clinical decision making in ART
        Antonio Urda (Spain)
      18:00-19:00

      INDUSTRY-SPONSORED SYMPOSIUM III 

      19:00-19:30

      DEBATE 3: ARE WE DISCARDING NORMAL EMBRYOS USING PGT-A?
      Chair:
      Dagan Wells (UK)

      • YES
        Nobert Gleicher (USA)
      • NO
        Antonio Capalbo (Italy)
    • 08:00-10:30

      PARALLEL SESSION – EMBRYOLOGY I
      Chair:
      Fernando Bronet (Spain)

      • 08:00-08:30 Understandimg the origins of embryo aneuploidy    
        Antonio Capalbo (Italy)
      • 08:30-09:00 Transcriptomics of androgenotes and parthenothes in early stages of development
        Francisco Domínguez (Spain)
      • 09:00-09:30 The transcriptional signature of mosaic embryos
        Angel Martin (Spain)
      • 09:30-10:00 Increasing the chances of having  good embryos  to select. Embryo culture conditions
        Jason Swain (USA)
      • 10:00-10:30 Increasing the chances of having  good embryos  to select. The IVF laboratory automation
        Joseph Conaghan (USA)
      10:30-11:00 Coffee break
      11:00-13:30

      PARALLEL SESSION - EMBRIOLOGY II
      Chairs:
      Maria José De Los Santos (Spain) / Nicolás Prados (Spain)

      • 11:00-11:30 Non genetic markers of embryo quality: Are them reliable enough?
        Laura Rienzi (Italy)
      • 11:30-12:00 Non invasive PGT: How close are we to the finish
        Dagan Wells (United Kingdom)
      • 12:00-12:30 The deep learning on embryo selection
        Marcos Meseguer (Spain)
      • 12:30-13:00 Optimizing patient care through evidence-based embryo diagnostics
        Chaim Jalas (United Kingdom)
      • 13:00-13:30 PGT Plus  (double sequency methodology for embryo selection)
        Svetlana Madjunkova (Canada)
      13:30-14:30 Industry-sponsored Symposium II
  • 08:00-09:45

    LUTEAL PHASE SUPPORT
    Chair:
    Antonio Requena (Spain)

    • 08:00-08:25 Differences in luteal support in spontaneous vs stim cycle  
      Peter Humaidan (Denmark)
    • 08:25-08:55 Luteal phase support in the natural/stim/HRT cycle
      Elena Labarta (Spain)
    • 08:55-09:20 Role of Corpus luteum in prevention of preeclampsia
      Frauke von Versen-Höynck (Germany)
    • 09:20-09:45 Differences in obstetrics / maternal outcome according to cycle preparation
      Cristina Bergh (Sweden)
    09:45-10.15 Coffee break
    10:15-11:30

    RECURRENT IMPLANTION FAILURE
    Chairs
    : Alfonso Bermejo (Spain) / Marcos Ferrando (Spain)

    • 10:15-10:40 The clinician perspective
      Jesse Ory (USA)
    • 10:40-11:05 The IVF laboratory point of view
      Maria José de los Santos (Spain)
    • 11:05-11:30 The psycologist approach
      Jacky Boivin (United Kingdom)
    11:30-13:05

    FUTURE PERSPECTIVES
    Chairs: Emri Seli (USA) / Ernesto Bosch (Spain)

    • 11:30-11:55 Mechanisms governing human ovarian aging
      Juan Carlos Izpisua Belmonte (USA)
    • 11:55-12:20 Ex utero synthetic embryogenesis: from naïve stem cells to embryos
      Jacob Hanna (Israel)
    • 12:20-12:45 Strategies to repair damaged oocytes
      Sonia Herraiz (Spain)
    • 12:45-13:05 Creating spermatozoa
      Jim Hotaling (USA)

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    February, 20th 2023
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    February 21st, 2023

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