Unlocking the Secrets of the Microbiome.

A Free, Pioneering Webinar for Reproductive Health Professionals in the UAE


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Revolutionizing Fertility:
The Microbiome Connection

Welcome to a groundbreaking exploration in the world of assisted reproductive technology.

Are you ready to delve into the latest advancements that are reshaping fertility treatments?

This exclusive webinar is designed for doctors and key staff members at fertility clinics across the United Arab Emirates, offering cutting-edge insights into the role of the microbiome in reproductive health.  

Navigating the Challenges of Modern Fertility

As our society ages and environmental factors increasingly impact our health, the challenge of achieving successful pregnancies has become more pronounced.

The journey to parenthood is no longer straightforward for many couples, necessitating innovative solutions.  

Expert Insights: Transforming IVF with Microbiome Analysis

Human ingenuity, coupled with technological advancements, paves the way for new hope. By harnessing the power of the microbiome and leveraging state-of-the-art technologies like next-generation sequencing (NGS), we are now able to overcome obstacles to fertility.

This webinar will focus on the latest research and clinical applications of microbiome analysis in reproductive medicine. Three leading experts will present their groundbreaking findings and answer your burning questions. 

Science and scientific collaborations

Memberships in professional associations

Meet Our Esteemed Panel of Fertility Experts

Dr. Dr. Patrick Finzer

Patrick Finzer, MD, PhD

Innovative test to improve the reproductive outcome – the endometrial microbiome.

After his medical studies Patrick Finzer worked at the German Cancer Research Center in Heidelberg, Germany, Department of Applied Tumor Virology (ATV) and habilitated at the University of Heidelberg. He is a specialist in medical microbiology and laboratory medicine. After management activities at national and international healthcare service providers he founded his own medical laboratory “dus.ana” in Düsseldorf, Germany.

In parallel he is leading a research group at the University of Düsseldorf, Germany, focusing on different medical aspects of the human oral and genital microbiome. He is regularly invited as a speaker at scientific and medical conferences and a renowned reviewer of several medical journals. 

Benjamin Rösing, MD

Endometrial tissue remodeling – function and therapeutic options.

Benjamin Rösing is the head of the Reproductive, Endocrinology and Infertility (REI) Centre EUREPRO in Aachen, Germany. He holds a consultant position in reproductive endocrinology at the Department for Ob/Gyn in the University Hospital Düsseldorf.

He was Vice Director of the REI Clinic at RWTH Aachen University until the institute’s closure in 2020 and continues to head the Biomaterial Bank for Endometrial Tissue, based at the Institute of Molecular and Cellular Anatomy (MoCA) at RWTH Aachen University. His clinical and scientific expertise and interest covers the broad spectrum of reproductive endocrinology and infertility including the pathophysiology of neuro-gonadal interactions and metabolic and inflammatory implications on the female reproductive system.

His research activities are supported by continuous cooperations with several academic institutions. He is involved in academic teaching and regularly invited as a speaker in national and international conferences and has authored numerous research and review publications. He also contributes his expert knowledge as a reviewer for several journals.

Join the Forefront of Fertility Science. Register Now!​

Don’t miss this opportunity to be at the forefront of reproductive health innovation. Register now to secure your spot in this enlightening free webinar and take the first step towards transforming your approach to fertility treatments.

Register Now! 20.03.2024 | 18:00 o'clock (GMT+4)


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