The 17th World Congress of the International Academy of Human Reproduction
The 17th World Congress of the International Academy of Human Reproduction was held in Rome (Italy) on March 15-18, 2017. The Georgian delegation, along with the leading scientists and clinicians from all over the world, participated in Congress work, including Deputy Director of Center for Reproductive Medicine “Universe” Prof. Jenero Kristesashvili (MD, PhD), Deputy Director Levan Kobaladze (MD, PhD, MPA), Physician-gynecologist, Reproductologist Barbare Gorgoshidze (MD, PhD), Physician-gynecologist, Geneticists Nana Tabukashvili (MD, PhD), Physician Dermato-venerologist Aleksander Razmadze and Physician-gynecologist Elene Asanidze.
Presentations of Professor Jenero Kristesashvili (“Chromosomal Anomalies in Couples with Recurrent Pregnancy Loss (RPL)”) and Dr. Levan Kobaladze (“Are Gynecological Pathologies Tied with Female Orgasmic Dysfunction?”) were highly appreciated by the Congress Scientific Committee and the audience, due to the highest quality of the presentations and actuality of topics presented.
One of the 4 winners in the contest of hundreds of poster presentations presented at the congress was “Inherited Thrombophilias in Georgian Women with Unexplained Recurrent Pregnancy Loss” whose authors are Prof. Jenero Kristesashvili and Deputy Director of the CRM “Universe” in the clinical field Maia Jashiashvili.
In addition, Prof. Jenero Kristesashvili and the doctorant of the CRM “Universe” Elene Asanidze were co-authors of one more presentation.
The scientific novelty, actuality, performance level and the results of the researches conducted on the bases of the CRM “Universe” are completely compatible with the modern world standards and therefore, the representatives of different countries expressed their desire to cooperate with Georgian scientists in conduction of joint scientific researches as well as clinical affairs. During congress were planned visits of the leading scientists to Georgia in order to share modern foreign knowledge and experience with Georgian colleagues.