Scientific Program

Program will start at 10AM (New York); 4PM (Paris)
Thursday, October 20, 2022
10:00-10:55 Session 1: : The Endometrium
Opening remarks,
John Zhang, USA, Congress Chairman
The Role of Bone marrow-derived Stem Cells in Endometrial Receptivity
Hugh Taylor, USA
The molecular testing of the endometrial factor in clinical infertility management
Carlos Simon, Spain
10:55-11:00 Break
11:00-12:00 Session 2: Advances in Genetics
Genetics 101
Yuval Yaron, Israel
Advances in preimplantation genetics: sequencing and editing of the genome
Dagan Wells, UK
12:00-14:00 Session 3: Ovarian reserve and rejuvenation
Advances and pitfalls in GnRH agonist triggering
Ariel Weissman, Israel
Ovarian reactivation: Myth or reality?
Antonio Pellicer, Italy
Why doesn’t the ovary benefit from the longevity dividend, which has doubled the life
Gerald Schatten, USA
The control of human ovarian aging
Kutluk Oktay, USA
14:00-15:30 Session 4: Nuclear transfer
Embryo arrest and oocyte maturation arrest – which method of nuclear transfer is preferable?
Valery Zukin, Ukraine
Making eggs from stem cells
Evelyn Telfer, UK
Single-cell multi-omics analyses of spindle-transferred human embryos
Fuchou Tang, China
Friday, October 21, 2022
10:00-11:20 Session 5: Fertility preservation
Uterine fibroids-related infertility: what are the mechanisms and the solution?
Marie Madeleine Dolmans, Belgium
How to avoid recurrence of myoma after myomectomy?
Jacques Donnez, Belgium
Ovarian Transplantation; State of the ART
Sherman Silber, USA
11:20-13:00 Session 6: Machine learning and neuro-network: Are we ready for automation in the IVF lab
Building the future we dream of: the ASRM/NIH Perspectives on AI & the current regulatory framework
Alan DeCherney, USA
AI and Computer Vision: Building a brain to automate the IVF lab. It’s all about efficient decision making
Gerardo Mendizabal, Mexico
The Future of IVF Treatment: My Point of View
John Zhang, USA
An optimal human-machine interaction: Augmented Intelligence
Alejandro Chavez-Badiola, Mexico
13:00-14:00 Session 7: AI in Reproductive Medicine
Witnessing in IVF: from Dishes to Cells
Gerardo Mendizabal-Ruiz, Mexico
The Future of Electronic Witnessing (Supported by an unrestricted grant by CooperSurgical)
Michael Baker, USA
Genetic Testing and AI (Supported by an unrestricted grant by CooperSurgical)
Tony Gordon, UK
Closing remarks
John Zhang, USA