The 35th Annual Meeting of ESHRE is taking place in Vienna, Austria 23-26 June 2019. We look forward to welcoming you to Vitrolife's booth at ESHRE where we will show you how working with us can help you maximise success every step of the way.
We are very pleased to invite you to our symposium at ESHRE, taking place Monday June 24, 14,50-15.50
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The future of embryo selection with time-lapse AI algorithms
Dr. Aengus Tran, MD, Harrison.AI (Sydney, Australia)
Preimplantation genetic testing for aneuploidy for embryo selection
Prof. Alan Handyside, Scientific Advisor, Vitrolife (Brighton, UK)
Optimising transfer outcome with the use of EmbryoGlue
Prof. David K. Gardner, FAA, University of Melbourne, Scientific Director, Melbourne IVF (Australia)
This year we are also pleased to invite you to exciting and interesting presentations in our booth during all breaks.
We are also pleased to welcome you to our live embryo biopsy sessions in our booth.
Monday June 24 in the afternoon break at 16:30 - 17:00
Tuesday June 25 in the morning break at 09:30 - 10:00
Stop by anytime to speak to our biopsy experts.
Join us in our booth to learn more about exciting new products within everything from embryo culture to time-lapse to embryo transfer and artificial intelligence for embryo selection.
Stop by our booth to learn more about our solutions for PGT-A and PGT-M.
Experience the G-Series at ESHRE 2019 in a 3D embryo hologram display combined with interactive media products - showing embryo development all the way from the cumulus complex stage through ICSI followed by development from PN appearance to hatching blastocyst - and how the G-Series supports the most optimal embryo development.
Vitrolife has entered into transfer and collaboration agreements regarding a technology for assessing embryos with Virtus Health and Harrison.AI, a technology company specialising in the development of AI software in healthcare applications. Using time-lapse videos during in vitro fertilisation (IVF), and before embryo transfer, the technology can predict the likelihood of an embryo to lead to a viable pregnancy. The AI technology will support elective single embryo transfer and is anticipated to shorten the time to pregnancy by helping Fertility & IVF practitioners to rank the most viable embryos for selection and transfer.
At Vitrolife, we all work to achieve the same goal, whatever our role – to help couples fulfil the dream of having a baby. This is the 25th year in the history of Vitrolife where we continue our journey towards making those dreams come true.
We are excited for what the future holds and our commitment to increase pregnancy rates has never been more dedicated.
Join us at ESHRE where we will also celebrate our 25 years anniversary.