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Transatlantic Reproductive Technologies Network 2011 (TARTEN 2011)

Conferences Académiques - Transatlantic Reproductive Technologies Network 2011 (TARTEN 2011)

Conferences Académiques

Date de début : 14/04/2011

Date de fin : 17/04/2011

Location : Turquie / Istanbul

Par : TARTEN

Venue : n/d

Sujet de l'événement :

This meeting is an opportunity to discuss the challenging yet exciting new areas in Fertility Preservation and Reproductive Technologies

Mots clés :
fertility preservation, pathophysiology, IVF, vitro maturation, Ovocyte freezing,
Information Produit/Evénement

Fields of fertility preservation and assisted reproduction are advancing at a very fast pace. During that rapid progress however, many controversies, uncertainties, and challenges arise. To foster collaboration and cooperation between the two sides of the pond, and to address these challenges, we put together a consortium under the name of Trans Atlantic Reproductive Technologies Network. The first meeting of TARTEN aims to highlight main challenges and prepare the groundwork for further development of this group. Myself and Dr Macklon would like to see this meeting as an opportunity to discuss the challenging yet exciting new areas in Fertility Preservation and Reproductive Technologies in the beautiful and historical setting of Istanbul, Turkey. Unlike many large, multi-concurrent session meetings in our field, this meeting promises to be the one that will give you the best opportunity to interact with leaders and colleagues in the field.

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Programme/Contenus

APRIL 14, 2011, Thursday
HALL I
13.30-13.40     Opening Remarks
Kutluk Oktay, President
1. IVF and EPIGENETICS
Chair : Kutluk Oktay / Mustafa Bahçeci
13.40-14.20     Is there a connection between ART and epigenetic changes?
Helen Picton
14.20-14.50     IVM and epigenetics
Ellen Anckaert
14.50-15.15     Discussion
15.15-15.30     Coffee Break
2. GENETIC BASIS FOR PREMATURE OVARIAN AGING
Chair : Timur Gürgan / Nick Macklon
15.30-16.00     Molecular mechanisms behind premature ovarian aging
Aleksandar Rajkovic
16.00-16.30     Primary ovarian insufficiency: Clinical Translation from Basic Research
Bart Fauser
16.30-17.00     Telomerase in reproductive aging
David Keefe
17.00-17.30     Reproduction and fertility preservation in Turner's patients
Outi Hovatta
17.30-18.00     Discussion
18.00-19.00     Satellite Symposium
19.00     Opening Ceremony


APRIL 15, 2011, Friday
SUCCESSFUL IVF
SESSION - I
Chair : Semra Kahraman / Emre Seli
08.30-09.00     Minimal stimulation IVF: Reality or hype?
Nick Macklon
09.00-09.30     Luteal phase support in IVF patients: Is there an optimal protocol?
Elena Hesina Yanushpolsky
09.30-10.00     Does GnRHa trigger improve cycle outcomes?
Peter Humaidan
10.00-10.30     Discussion
10.30-10.45     Promising Investigator Award Lecture - 1
Chair : Kutluk Oktay / Hasan Serdaroğlu
10.45-11.00     Coffee Break
SUCCESSFUL IVF
SESSION - II
Chair : Bülent Gülekli / Mitchell Rosen
11.00-11.30     New concepts in endometrial receptivity: "The embryo selection window"
Nick Macklon
11.30-12.00     Do receptor polymorphisms have any correlation with gonadal function and ART outcome?
Manuela Simoni
12.00-12.30     Promises and pitfalls of "Omics" in assisted reproduction
Emre Seli
12.30-13.00     Discussion
13.00-14.00     Lunch
IVF AND CANCER
SESSION - I
Chair : Recai Pabuçcu / David Keefe
14.00-14.30     Association of IVF with breast and ovarian cancer
Curt Burger
14.30-15.00     Impact of chemotherapy on ovarian function
Mitchell Rosen
15.00-15.30     IVF in cancer patients
Kutluk Oktay
IVF AND CANCER
SESSION - II
Chair : Cihat Ünlü / Curt Burger
15.30-16.00     BRCA mutations, cancer, and fertility
David Keefe
16.00-16.30     CGH and other technologies in PGD of cancer genes and other inheritable disorders
Joris R Vermeesch
16.30-17.00     Medical aspects of ovocyte donation and gestational surrogacy for cancer survivors, and reproductive failure.
Elena Hesina Yanushpolsky
17.00-17.10     Discussion
17.10-17.30     Coffee Break
17.30-18.30     Satellite Symposium
20.00     Speaker Dinner


APRIL 16, 2011, Saturday
FERTILITY PRESERVATION TECHNOLOGY
SESSION - I
Chair : Kutluk Oktay / Erol Tavmergen
08.30-09.10     Germ stem cell renewal: evidence in humans?
Jonathan Tilly
09.10-09.40     Oocyte freezing: Is vitrification really better than slow freezing?
Andrea Borini
09.40-10.10     Ethical issues in fertility preservation for social indications
Guido Pennings
10.10-10.30     Discussion
10.30-11.00     Coffee break
Chair : Kenny Rodriguez / Bülent Baysal
11.00-11.30     Ovarian freezing techniques: Room for improvement?
Bruno Salle
11.30-12.00     Ovarian transplantation, where do we stand?
Kutluk Oktay
12.00-13.30     Lunch
FERTILITY PRESERVATION TECHNOLOGY
SESSION - II
Chair : Carina Hilders / Turan Çetin
13.30-14.00     Fertility preservation in children
Kristine Tryde Schmidt
14.00-14.30     Testicular tissue freezing and transplantation
Herman Tournaye
14.30-15.00     Is in vitro growth of primordial follicles a reality?
Helen Picton
15.00-15.20     Ovarian suppression and other pharmacological approaches to fertility preservation
Kenny Rodriguez
15.20-15.30     Discussion
15.30-15:45     Promising Investigator Award Lecture - 2
Chair : Nick Macklon / Cem Fıçıcıoğlu
15.45-16.00     Coffee Break
16.15-16.45     Hot Topic / Late Breaking News 1
Polycystic ovarian disease: Considering pathophysiology when treating with IVF
Joop Laven
16.45-17.15     Hot Topic / Late Breaking News 2
The promise of in vitro maturation in assisted reproduction and fertility preservation
Johan Smitz
17.15-17.45     Discussion
17.45-18:00     Closing Remarks

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