iHERA to Host MicroEmbART 1.0 Conference in Gurugram

MicroEmbART 1.0 conference on human embryo research

The International Human Embryology Research Academy (iHERA) is gearing up to host its first-ever conference, MicroEmbART 1.0 on June 8-9, 2024 in Gurugram.

Themed “Embryo Ecosystem: Decoding the Science of Human Embryo Culture,” this significant event will unite global experts to delve into the latest progress and ethical dimensions in human embryo research.

“We are thrilled to celebrate MicroEmbART 1.0 – a groundbreaking conference that marks a giant leap forward in human embryo research. Together, we embark on a shared journey of discovery, unlocking the secrets of the embryo ecosystem and paving the way for a future of ethical and advanced assisted reproduction.” said Ved Prakash, Founder of iHERA.

MicroEmbART 1.0 promises to be a groundbreaking event, featuring a comprehensive scientific agenda aimed at fostering interdisciplinary collaboration and innovation. Attendees will explore a variety of topics through keynote addresses by renowned experts, in-depth panel discussions, and engaging interactive sessions. These sessions will address crucial areas including advancements in in vitro fertilization (IVF), techniques for embryo culture, ethical considerations in assisted reproductive technology, and the latest innovations in the field.

“MicroEmbART 1.0 convenes a global think tank dedicated to the embryo ecosystem. This momentous event serves as a nexus for sharing profound insights into the intricacies of human embryo culture. We are cultivating a collaborative stage where seasoned experts and rising stars will engage in rich dialogue, igniting the next generation of advancements in this crucial field.” said Co-Founder Sanjay Shukla.

Co-Founder CharuDutt Joshi added, “MicroEmbART 1.0 transcends mere academic discourse. It’s a cornerstone event, uniting the wisdom of seasoned experts with the brilliance of emerging scholars. Together, we embark on a mission to unlock the very core of human embryo culture, laying the groundwork for a future brimming with breakthroughs in assisted reproductive technologies.”

Aside from educational sessions, the conference will provide networking chances for experienced professionals and emerging scholars. Participants will engage with colleagues, exchange insights on recent research, and collaborate on upcoming endeavors, nurturing a worldwide community committed to progressing human embryology.

The conference will feature an impressive lineup of international faculty, including Dr. Alessandro Bartolacci from Italy, Dr. Jason E. Swain from the USA, Dr. Lotte Stroebech from Denmark, Dr. Mara Simopoulou from Greece, Dr. Thomas Ebner from Austria, and Dr. Necati Findikli from Belgium. This diverse group of speakers will offer a truly global perspective on the latest developments in embryology.


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