18th World Congress on Human Reproduction

The 18th World Congress on Human Reproduction, will be organized in Dublin from 3 to 6 April 2019. The Congress will promote excellence in reproduction and aim to bridge gaps between the expansion of information and its implementation in clinical practice.

Scientific program:

- Advances in endoscopic surgery

- Gynecologic Oncology in clinical practice

- Breast disease in women’s health

- Modern management of the Menopause

- Social freezing

- Ethics

- Uterine anomalies

- Sexual rights and sexual health

- News from IVF

- Feto maternal medicine

- PCOS and cardiovascular diseases

- Mifepristone for Induction of Labor

- Perspective of progesterone receptor modulators in reproductive sciences

- Will the US lose the eugenics wars

- Gene x environment interaction and preterm birth

- Uterine Transplantation: a reassessment

- Has ART replaced endometrioma resections in infertility/endometriosis patients without pain ?

- The story of birth

- Contraception: what is new ?

- ART : Implantation and its failure

- ART : outcomes and patients characteristics

- Endometriosis

- Pregnancy

- Fertility preservation

- Brain vulnerability and reproductive events

- Menopause: from personal risks to individual solutions

- Menopause: from symptoms to therapies

- Prenatal testing

- PCOS : a systemic lifestyle endocrinopathy

- Myoma

- Contraception

- Education in Obstetrics and Gynecology: training and learning in the new Millennium

- Mitochondria and Human reproduction

- The road to biomarkers discovery In ART: tools to overcome barriers

- Gynecological oncology

- Environmental factors in reproduction

- Microbioma frontiers in Human Reproduction

- Labor and its Management

- Imaging in reproduction

- Reproductive technologies – social influence

- Lifestyle interventions in pregnancy to improve pregnancy outcome

Termine und Preise
03.04. - 06.04.2019
Dublin (Irland)
/ The Convention Centre Dublin (CCD), Spencer Dock
Preis: keine Angaben