Annual General Meeting & International Conference for RRM
September 7$55 – $265
Bringing together the latest research, clinical practices, and case studies this conference is an ideal opportunity for healthcare professionals, researchers and students at all stages of their career to hear the latest developments in Restorative Reproductive Medicine (RRM) research. In person Conference Registration includes breakfast, lunch and refreshments.
A pre-conference : Restorative Reproduction with Neo Fertility will be held on Friday Sept. 6 , 2019. With session details coming later this week, learn more about Neo Fertility on their homepage, https://www.neofertility.ie/ . The IIRRM provides a friendly, international platform to interact with top experts, engage in dedicated scientific networking environments, and enhance your knowledge, collaborative research and clinical practices in the field of Restorative Reproductive Medicine. Visit our conference website at iirrm.org/dublin for updates, accommodation and full program.
*CME/CPD Application has been filed with the EACCME (European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education) and confirmation of credits is pending. EACCME/UEMS has agreements with AMA (American Medical Association) as well as a number of other international authorities. Please view their website for more information.
Sessions at A Glance
Restorative reproductive medicine: what does it take to be medical discipline?
Joseph Stanford, MD, MSPH, CFCMC.
Low oestradiol levels in pregnancy, treatment with oestradiol and DHEA
Karolina Andralojc, PhD. Nijmegen, Netherlands.
Immune aspects of infertility and recurrent miscarriages; current therapeutic possibilities:
Tomasz Sacha, MD, PhD. Kraków, Poland.
Sympathomimetic Treatment – Original concept, clinical experience & wide range of conditions
Jerome Check, MD, PhD, FACOG. PA, USA. Professor of Obstetrics & Gynecology.
Reduced Sympathetic Tone and subfertility–Clinical assessment and case presentation
Phil Boyle, MD, CFMC. Dublin, Ireland.
Case Presentation –Successful pregnancy with FSH 117iu using sympathomimetics.
Does Progesterone reduce the risk of miscarriage? Progesterone, Progesterone Inhibiting factor and the PROMISE study.
Jerome Check, MD, PhD, FACOG. PA, USA
Life Table Analysis –Current success rate of RRM if no previous IVF –2015 Data
Theun Degroot, Phd. Nijmegen, Netherlands.
Looking to the Future: Updates and Future Plans of IIRRM
Abstract presentations being Added & Networking Breaks
Post-Conference Banquet and Social