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  • Nominations are sought for three positions on the Executive Committee: Junior Clinician Clinician Scientist Ippokratis Sarris concludes his term as Junior Representative on the committee. He continues to work with the Training Committee but is not eligible to be re-elected to the Executive Committee. Both Raj Mathur and Christine Leary are coming to the end […]

  • The 22nd IFFS World Congress on fertility and sterility is to be held in New Delhi, India, from 21-25 September 2016. It is billed as “a showcase of advancement in reproductive technology, with Indian heritage and hospitality at its best”. Abstract submission for the congress is now open.

  • The British Fertility Society in Association with the Association of Biomedical Andrologists, the British Andrology Society, the Association of Clinical Embryologists and the British Infertility Counselling Association took a stand at the Fertility Show for the second year this month. Whilst the show is largely a showcase for the commercial world that surrounds assisted reproductive […]

  • The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists have recently published their 17th Scientific Impact Paper.  It provides a summary of bariatric surgery and its impact on both fertility and pregnancy and a further authoritative document available to add to their series – some of which have a direct bearing on the practice of reproductive medicine.