Thirteen Ovation research abstracts accepted for



Nashville, October 21, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Ovation® Fertility teams present three oral presentations and 10 poster presentations at the ASRM 2021 Science Congress and Exhibition, which takes place both virtually and in person in Baltimore from October 17-20, 2021. In addition, Ovation scientists are leading interactive sessions and panel discussions at the annual event, where top reproductive medicine experts discuss the latest in reproductive care.

“With a heavy daily IVF lab workload, our team members once again found time to pursue their research interests, collect and analyze data from across the nationwide Ovation network. and to produce a considerable number of excellent studies over the past year, ”says Matthew“ Tex ”VerMilyea, PhD, HCLD / CC, vice president of scientific advancement at Ovation. “Ovation’s mission has always been to advance the state of the art in IVF, and we are proud to support our exceptional laboratory teams as they strive to push the boundaries of excellence. in the IVF lab. “

The list of Ovation abstracts and presentations accepted for ASRM 2021 covers a wide range of groundbreaking findings in the fields of IVF, genetic testing and the use of artificial intelligence in embryo selection.

Oral presentations:

  • O-7: Clinical advantages of culturing non-pronucleated (0pn) and monopronucleated (1pn) zygotes derived from intracytoplasmic sperm injections, and the importance of verifying biparental chromosomal inheritance in blastocysts derived from 1pn, Kathryn Wozniak, Amy Jones, Minjae Kwon, Ping Zou, Mitchel C Schiewe
  • O-201: Factors affecting the rate of development of the embryo, Leah Kaye, Melody Rasouli, Ankita Raman, Forest Garner, Carrie Bedient, Bruce Shapiro
  • O-203: The preimplantation human embryo “remembers” the size of the ovarian follicle from which it originated, Carrie Bedient, Kajal Verma, Ankita Raman, Leah Kaye, Martha Aguirre, Forest Garner, Bruce Shapiro

Poster presentations:

  • P-67: The morphometry of blastocysts before vitrification is a weak predictor of post-thaw morphometry and implantation potential, Carrie Bedient, Kajal Verma, Ankita Raman, Leah Kaye, Martha Aguirre, Mark Adamowicz, Forest Garner, Bruce Shapiro
  • P-94: A generalizable model for classifying blastocyst stage embryos using deep learning, Kevin Loewke, Justina Hyunjii Cho, Paxton Maeder-York, Oleksii Barash, Marcos Meseguer, Nikica Zaninovic, Kathleen A. Miller, Denny Sakkas, Michael Levy, Matthew (Tex) VerMilyea
  • P-110: Identification of potential sources of bias in deep learning models for the evaluation of embryos, Kevin Loewke, Justina Hyunjii Cho, Paxton Maeder-York, Oleksii Barash, Marcos Meseguer, Nikica Zaninovic, Kathleen A. Miller, Denny Sakkas, Michael Levy, Matthew (Tex) VerMilyea
  • P-206: New approach to develop technical references in the contemporary embryology laboratory, Tricia Adams, Chelsey Leisinger, Matthew (Tex) VerMilyea
  • P-280: Serum HCG level measured 5 days after transfer of vitrified-heated blastocyst is predictive of outcome, independent of the use of pre-implantation genetic testing, Bruce Shapiro, Kajal Verma, Ankita Raman, Leah Kaye, Forest Garner, Carrie Bedient
  • P-668: The effect of insemination methods on embryonic mosaicism in preimplantation genetic testing cycles for aneuploidy (PGT-A), Jennifer Matucha, Robert Colver, Bradford Bopp, Matthew Will, Erica Anspach Will, Glen Adaniya
  • P-676: The impact of culture conditions and genetic test methodologies on the results of non-invasive preimplantation genetic tests (NI-PGT), Amy Jones, Minjae Kwon, Glen Adaniya, Melanie Freeman, Ping Zou, Melissa Wilmarth, Matthew (Tex) VerMilyea
  • P-700: Factors affecting embryonic aneuploidy, Bruce Shapiro, Melody Rasouli, Ankita Raman, Leah Kaye, Forest Garner, Carrie Bedient
  • P-703: Retrospective analysis of rebiopsied mosaic blastocysts, with regard to genetic counseling practices, Aaron Harutunian, Ping Zou, Melissa Wilmarth, Minjae Kwon, Cecilia Rios, Amy Jones
  • P-714: Initial development of a protocol for the preparation and analysis of libraries for preimplantation genetic testing of chromosomal structural rearrangements using Oxford Nanopore Technologies (Ont), Melissa Wilmarth, Ping Zou, Minjae Kwon, Amy Jones

The Ovation research presented at ASRM 2021 will be available on www.OvationFertility.com/Research.

About Ovation Fertility

Ovation® Fertility is a national network of reproductive endocrinologists and scientific opinion leaders focused on reducing the cost of having a family through more effective and efficient fertility care. Ovation’s IVF and Genetics Laboratories, along with affiliated physician offices, are working collaboratively to raise the bar for IVF treatment, with cutting-edge, evidence-based fertility services that give parents full of power. hope for the best chance of a successful pregnancy. Doctors partner with Ovation to provide advanced carrier screening to their patients before conception; preimplantation genetic testing; donor egg and surrogacy services; and safe storage of their frozen eggs, embryos and sperm. Ovation also helps IVF labs across America improve their quality and performance through offsite guidance and expert consultation. Learn more about Ovation’s vision for a world without infertility at www.OvationFertility.com.

  • Matthew “Tex” VerMilyea, PhD, HCLD / CC, Vice President of Scientific Advancement, Ovation Fertility



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