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Update time: 2010-05-31
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Report of International Symposium on Standardization of infertility clinical pathway and ART

The three-day International Symposium on Standardization of Infertility Clinical Pathway and ART was successfully and fruitfully held at Yuan Wang Hotel, Beijing, China on May 21-23, 2010, winning the unanimous applause of 500 attendees home and abroad.

This symposium was co-organized by Center for Reproductive Medicine, Peking University Third Hospital and Editorial Office of Asian Journal of Andrology; co-chaired by Prof. WANG Yifei, Editor-in-Chief of Asian Journal of Andrology, Senior Advisor, Medical School of Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Ex-President of Chinese Society of Reproductive Medicine, and Prof. QIAO Jie, Director of the Center for Reproductive Medicine, Peking University Third Hospital, Elect President of Chinese Society of Reproductive Medicine.

World-renown experts including Prof. Gordon Baker from The Royal Women’s Hospital, Australia, Prof. Trevor Cooper, Editor-in-Chief of WHO Laboratory Manual fro the Examination and Processing of Human Semen, (5th edition), Prof. T. C. Li from UK, Prof. Yi-Fang Wang from Canada, Prof. Ching-Hei Yeung from Hong Kong and Prof. Rebecca Robker from Australia, etc., delivered plenary speeches in this symposium. They were all deeply impressed by the active participation of the Chinese researchers as well as the great progresses that Chinese scientists have made in recent years.

The symposium was characterized by active interaction and dialogues between speakers and attendees, between the basics and the clinics, between foreign and domestic scientists, and between obstetrics and andrology. In addition to the regular lectures, the symposium also included Academician Lecture, Mini-Seminars, Debates and Clinical Case Discussions, which provided all the participants an excellent arena to spread their own voices.

Three days are short, but the wisdoms gained from the symposium are endless. With the joint efforts of scientists of old and young generations, it is no doubt that a brighter future of reproductive medicine would be brought in China.

Source: Asian Journal of Andrology Editorial Office

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