Ovarian Club IV Meeting 2014 Paris: Blastocyst Formation and Implantation Process

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  • The Orga­niz­ing Com­mit­tee is pleased to announce the fourth meet­ing of the Ovar­ian Club 2014, which will take place on Novem­ber 15 – 16, 2014 in Paris, France at the Novo­tel Paris Tour Eif­fel.

    As the Ovar­ian Club did in its past meet­ings, the forum will spawn across all the facets of the ovar­ian func­tion. But, in the tra­di­tion of the prior meet­ings, the new vin­tage of our Ovar­ian Club will also cher­ish its own ded­i­cated inter­est of the year. Prior meet­ing zoomed in on the oocyte and the fer­til­iza­tion process in ways that were highly praised by the atten­dees. In 2014, the Ovar­ian Club will zero in on blas­to­cyst for­ma­tion and the fac­tors that con­trol and impact on implantation.

    Blas­to­cyst for­ma­tion and implan­ta­tion have indeed become the core cen­ter of con­verg­ing inter­ests on the syn­chrony – or lack of – between blas­to­cyst devel­op­ment and the sequence of endome­trial changes. Putting together worldly rec­og­nized clin­i­cians and sci­en­tists that will together step-​by-​step dis­sect the processes gov­ern­ing blas­to­cyst devel­op­ment and endome­trial changes is key to find­ing new pos­si­ble avenues lead­ing to opti­mal implan­ta­tion rates.

    The Ovar­ian Club will remain the com­pre­hen­sive forum that it has been known for. In 2014 again, the Ovar­ian Club will bring together a com­pi­la­tion of inter­na­tional experts who will share and dis­cuss burn­ing state-​of-​the-​art top­ics and clin­i­cal man­age­ment issues, in a con­stant strive for opti­miz­ing the treat­ments offered to our patients.

    The Ovar­ian Club is a stage where researchers will present their newest stud­ies and find­ings in an inter­ac­tive plat­forms open for dis­cus­sions with the lead­ing expert attendees.

    Pre­sen­ta­tions /​Meet­ing Topics

    • Build­ing an ovary from the bipo­ten­tial gonad – Blanche Capel, USA
    • Cumu­lus cells: diag­nos­tics and ther­a­peu­tics in oocyte age­ing – Emanuela Moli­nari, USA
    • Danc­ing with the chro­mo­somes towards blas­to­cyst – Luca Gia­naroli, Italy
    • Eval­u­a­tion and man­age­ment of embry­onic – Endome­trial syn­chro­niza­tion – Richard Scott, USA
    • Fer­til­iza­tion, embry­onic devel­op­ment and IVF preg­nan­cies result­ing from in-​vitro vs. in-​vivo matured oocytes derived from har­vested ovar­ian tis­sue – Dror Meirow, Israel
    • Few oocytes become blas­to­cysts and even fewer result in a live birth rate: using cumu­lus cells to improve IVF lab per­for­mance – Pasquale Patrizio, USA
    • Find­ing the best egg with old-​fashioned mol­e­c­u­lar biol­ogy – Nor­bert Gle­icher, USA
    • Genetic insta­bil­ity in human embryos – David Alber­tini, USA
    • Implan­ta­tion: the immune sys­tem par­takes in the maternal-​embryo inter­ac­tion – Nava Dekel, Israel
    • Inflam­ma­tion in the uterus: friend or foe? – Ger­ard Chaouat, France
    • Lessons from mouse embryos in fac­ul­ta­tive delay of implan­ta­tion may explain implan­ta­tion fail­ure of human blas­to­cysts after IVF/​ET – Jonathan Van­blerkom, USA
    • Mol­e­c­u­lar mech­a­nism and cell sig­nal­ing gov­ern­ing embryo implan­ta­tion – Francesco J. DeMayo, USA
    • Oocyte mito­chon­dria as a source of infor­ma­tion – Gio­vanni Romeo, Italy
    • Opti­miz­ing the endometrium for implan­ta­tion: Stim­u­lated, nat­ural or pro­grammed E2 and P4 cycles. Which drugs should we used and how long? – Dominique de Ziegler, France
    • Per­son­al­ized med­i­cine applied to endome­trial recep­tiv­ity and embryo trans­fer – Felipe Vilella, Spain
    • Pre­dic­tion of blas­tu­la­tion – Does it have clin­i­cal rel­e­vance in IVF – Simon Fishel, UK
    • RNA quan­tity of cumu­lus cells and blas­to­cyst com­pe­tence – Samir Hamamah, France
    • Role of uter­ine epithelial-​stromal crosstalk in implan­ta­tion – Milan K. Bagchi, USA
    • The clin­i­cal aspects of endome­trial injury – Zeev Shoham, Israel
    • The effect of strong vs mild stim­u­la­tion on implan­ta­tion and preg­nancy rates, and the epigenome – Sher­man Sil­ber, USA
    • The fer­tile soil – What makes a uterus recep­tive? – Asgi T. Fazleabas, USA
    • The impact of stim­u­la­tion on oocyte qual­ity and embryo devel­op­ment – Bart Fauser, The Netherlands
    • The inci­dence of euploid blas­to­cyst and implan­ta­tion poten­tial as a func­tion of age and ovar­ian stim­u­la­tion – Richard Scott, USA
    • The respec­tive con­tri­bu­tions from the egg and sperm in the blas­to­cyst for­ma­tion and Implan­ta­tion – Ger­ald Schat­ten, USA
    • The recep­tive endometrium: pro­vid­ing the essen­tial microen­vi­ron­ment for embryo implan­ta­tion – Lois Sala­m­on­sen, Australia
    • The role of decid­u­al­iz­ing stro­mal cells in embryo recog­ni­tion and rejec­tion at implan­ta­tion – Jan Brosens, UK
    • Time lapse data as bench­mark ref­er­ence for mon­i­tor­ing COS para­me­ters and blas­to­cyst cul­ture – TBA
    • Tran­scrip­tome analy­sis, screen­ing and func­tion iden­ti­fi­ca­tion, look­ing for genes pre­dict­ing tropho­derm devel­op­ment and implan­ta­tion – Rong Li, China
    • Trans­fer­ring blas­to­cysts in the poor respon­der patient. Pros & Cons – Mil­ton Leong, Hong Kong
    • Uni­ver­sal approaches for detect­ing genetic dis­eases in IVF embryos – Dar­ren Grif­fin, UK
    • Why ane­u­ploidy in human embryos may not be such a bad thing after all – David Alber­tini, USA

    Con­tin­u­ing Med­ical Edu­ca­tion Accred­i­ta­tion points (CME)

    An appli­ca­tion has been made to the EAC­CME for CME accred­i­ta­tion of this event.

    Organ­isat­ing Committee

    • David Alber­tini, USA
    • Paul Devroey, Belgium
    • Dominique De Ziegler, France
    • Bart C. Fauser, The Netherlands
    • Nor­bert Gle­icher, USA
    • Samir Hamamah, France
    • Ken­neth Korach, USA
    • Jan Mot­lik, Czech Republic
    • François Olivennes, France
    • Pasquale Patrizio, USA
    • Ger­ald Schat­ten, USA
    • Zeev Shoham, Israel
    • Car­los Simón, Spain
    • Johan Smitz, Belgium
    • Eve­lyn Telfer, UK
    • Jeremy Thomp­son, Australia
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