Young Investigator Award
The Organizing Committee of the Translational Reproductive Biology and Clinical Reproductive Endocrinology is proud to announce this year’s recipients of the Young Investigator Awards. These prestigious awards are granted to promising young professionals (under the age of 40) whose innovative research contributes to the development and progress in the field of reproductive medicine.
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Does embryo mosaicism affect clinic results in assisted reproduction cycles?
Andrea Bernabeu, PhD, MD
Instituto Bernabeu, Alicante, Spain
Immunotoxin to cell surface associated OOCYTE-SAS1B protein kills human uterine cancer cells
Eusebio S. Pires, PhD
University of Virginia, Virginia, USA
The MinION Access Project: A first attempt at pre-implantation genetic screening with nanopore sequence sensing
Ryan Miller, MS
Clemson University, South Carolina, USA
The two first-place winners are awarded a grant of $2,000 each. The runner-up is awarded a grant of $1,000.
We are honored to recognize these outstanding young professionals that are continuing to drive forward fundamental clinical and basic research, and broaden tomorrow’s scientific and clinical horizons with the objective of improving patient care.
The awards will be presented during the opening ceremony session of the Conference which will take place on Friday, November 17 at 8:30 AM. Congratulations to our winners for their outstanding achievement!