IFFS was honored to be invited to present a Workshop at the REDLARA Regional Meeting.
The Latin American Network of Assisted Reproduction Regional Workshop is organized by Red Latinoamericana de Reproducción Asistida / RED - Latin American Network of Assisted Reproduction (REDLARA) and was held during Nov 16 - 18, 2017 at Hotel Lucerna Hermosillo, Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico.
AFRH Conference 2017 was the seventh Annual Edition of the foremost reproductive medicine meeting of the year, boasting phenomenal scientific, postgraduate, and video programs.
Plenary lectures by noted luminaries in the field addressed state-of-the-art issues in reproductive medicine and science. The 2017 Conference played host to over 500 delegates, with attendance from Nigeria, Other African Countries, UK, USA and Other Western Countries.
The theme for the 2017 conference was "The Future of Advance Reproductive Technology (ART) in West Africa.
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IFFS was honored to be invited by the Indian Fertility Society (IFS) to present a Workshop at the 2017 Fertivision Meeting, which was held December 8-10, 2018 at the Hotel Pullman, Aerocity, New Delhi, India.
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In conjunction with SGU, MOD, and FIGO, IFFS was honored to participate in the Workshop "Assisted Reproduction and its Impact in Preterm Birth" which was held on Friday 18 August 2017, from 08.30 - 18.00, at the Hotel Palladium in Montevideo, Uruguay.
After receiving your application, the IFFS will review the proposed scientific program, the budget and the requested participation. Please note that we are available to assist in developing a program to meet your specific needs.
If the application is approved, international faculty will be selected to participate in the workshop based on the expertise required.
It is the policy of the IFFS to provide international speakers with expertise in the areas identified in the formal request. Based on the location of the workshop, the IFFS will cover the cost for travel expenses for its speakers including economy airfare and other reasonable travel expenses. When practical, the local society will cover the local expenses of the IFFS speakers including food and lodging.
The IFFS encourages the local society to offer travel/educational grants to students and trainees to participate in the workshop and may provide limited financial support for the grant program.
The IFFS will not be responsible to cover any budget deficit of the workshop.