Course intended for
Andrologists, Embryologists, Specialists in Reproductive Medicine, Researchers, Gynecologists, Physicians, Resident Gynecologists and Graduates and Students in Biomedical Sciences (Biology, Medicine, Veterinary, Biochemistry, Pharmacy, etc.).
The aim of this course is translating the widest knowledge in the ongoing potential of human embryos and considering how they reflect the features of the gametes that originated them, as well as the external conditions that may modify or attenuate their ongoing capacity.
- Morphological indicators of embryo quality
- Non-morphological indicators of embryo quality
- Intrinsic factors affecting embryo quality: embryo quality
- Intrinsic factors affecting embryo quality: effect of the spermatozoon
- Intrinsic factors affecting embryo quality: effect of the oocyte
- Extrinsic factors affecting embryo quality: response to ovarian stimulation
- Ex vivo culture conditions
- Nuclear and cytoplasmic transfer
- Assisted hatching and aspiration of fragments
Important information: To complete the course, you must use the browsers Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer 11 (with the exception of Microsoft Edge) on a computer with Windows Operating System (7, 8 or 10). The platform should not be accessed through mobile devices and / or tablets, regardless of the Operating System.