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Ovary Unraveled

December 11 - 13, 2009 • Renaissance Mumbai Hotel & Convention Centre


ISAR OFFICE BEARERS

MOGS OFFICE BEARERS

President Sadhana Desai

Hon. Clinical Secretary Nalini Mahajan

President Gautam Allhabadia

Founder President M.N.Parikh

Immediate Past President Kamini Rao

Immediate Past President Hrishikesh Pai

Hon. Secretary General Shreyas Padgaonkar

Hon. Librarian Kamala Selvaraj

President Elect Dhiraj Gada

Members Jaideep Malhotra Kanthi Bansal Mandakini Parihar Nandita Palshetkar Rajat Ray Rishma Pai Suresh A. Kumar Virendra Shah

Librarian Arun Nayak

Clinical Secretary Nandita Palshetkar Joint Clinical Secretary Vanita Raut

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Hon. Joint Treasurer Duru Shah

Co-opted Members G. A. Ramaraju Pratap Kumar Col Raj Kumar Sharma

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Hon. Treasurer Vijay Mangoli

Treasurer Ameet Patki

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Hon. Joint Secretary Narendra Malhotra

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Second Vice President Hrishikesh Pai

Secretary Ashwini Bhalerao Gandhi

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Vice president Manish Banker

Vice Presidents Vinita Salvi Nozer Sheriar

Conference Secretariat:

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Indian Society for Assisted Reproduction, 23 A, 2nd Floor, Elco Arcade, Hill Road, Bandra (W), Mumbai - 400 050 Website: www.ovary2009.org Email: pariharmandakini@gmail.com ISAR life membership fees will be increased to Rs. 10,500/- from January 2010. All interested, are requested to become life members before December 2009 for Rs 5,500/-

Letter of Invitation

Certificate of Attendance

An official letter will be sent upon request. The invitation is intended to facilitate participants travel and visa arrangements only. All foreign delegates and faculty will need a visa for entry in India. The letter in no way implies any support, financial or otherwise.

An official certificate of attendance will be provided to all registered delegates. Liability/Disclaimer: The organising committee shall not be liable for personal accidents, illness, losses or damage caused to person and/or property and/or belongings of the delegate of the congress or the trade representatives.


FROM THE PRESIDENT'S DESK

Dear Delegates,

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SADHANA DESAI President

Once again I come back to you to extend a warm and cordial invitation to attend International Congress on “The Ovary Unraveled" from December 11-13, 2009. The Congress will be held in the vibrant city of Mumbai, which has always been in the forefront of academics in India. In recent years, strategic advances in Assisted Reproductive Technology, Imaging Sciences, Operative Endoscopy and Pharmacological Therapies have made significant progress in the management of the infertile couple. What was thought to be untreatable is now routinely investigated and successfully treated. Infact, there exist very few absolute cases of infertility in the 21st century. The scientific committee has worked very hard while developing the programme with two facts in mind: - to give a platform to renowned international and national research workers who have contributed towards advances in the superspeciality and to display the astounding rapid developments occurring in the area of management of Infertility. The scientific deliberations will be of immense interest to both the beginners and the experts. All that is successful will be highlighted by our faculty. All that is controversial will be debated and discussed in the panel discussions.

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Special emphasis has been given to the 10 pre-congress & post-congress workshops by ensuring that the faculties introducing the subjects are the eminent specialists in their respective fields. I am sure; you will be able to add new names to the list of leading physicians and scientists who will take the subject forward towards new frontiers in the future.

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I am confident that, after attending the congress, you will go back home with a lot of new ideas, procedures and developments. The conference will surely impart prudent and relevant carry home messages for all of you.

The trip to Mumbai will be definitely pleasant, weather-wise and socially and personally relaxing. The Renaissance Hotel provides a luxurious ambience in lap of greenery away from the hustle bustle of the city. We have provided attractive accommodation packages for all of you who wish to stay at the venue itself and enjoy the facilities. It will be scientific and technological landmark - this has been our concept and we hope our results will match it. We are looking forward to your visit and participation.

With warm regards, Dr. Sadhana Desai President, ISAR


MOGS PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE

Dear Colleague,

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The highlights of the Conference include 6 Pre-Congress Workshops on December 11th 2009 on topics that have long bogged reproductive medicine and hampered its success, and fresh strategies with the potential to take the practice to newer, yet safer, dimensionsRepeated IVF failures, comprehensive insights into the evaluation and management of Endometriosis, Stimulation Protocols, the Oocyte and Hands on Laparoscopic Suturing and Operative Hysteroscopy among them. This shall be followed by The Conference Oration on a disorder that often carries its unpleasant trails from birth to senescence-The Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, and the ethical and cultural debate that ART has unprecedently landslided into. As we journey through the scientific programme on December 12th and 13th, we will endeavor to expose you to an international assemblage of authoritative and pragmatic views on the present and future, the dilemmas and experiences in the management of ovarian pathology, innovations, applications and limitations in monitoring ovarian function, and the significant role of lifestyle modifications in fertility.

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GAUTAM ALLAHABADIA MOGS-PRESIDENT

On behalf of the organizing committee, it is my great honor and pleasure to welcome you to the Global Conference in Reproductive Medicine, jointly organized by ISAR - Indian Society of Assisted Reproduction and Mumbai Obstetric and Gynecological Society (MOGS), here at The Renaissance Mumbai Hotel in evidently the warmest, liveliest, and most spirited cities, to perhaps the most contemporarily significant and inspiring themes 'The Ovary Unraveled'. Despite the undaunted progress in reproductive technology to dimensions that have transgressed natural, cultural and ethical boundaries, here is an organ whose significance has undeniably escalated with the increasing technological applications. The motive of this Conference is to bring the most debatable and pressing problems that focus on the ovary and surmount infertility practice to the forum of discussion, unravel the presumed mysteries that mist a clear perception of the etiology, pathophysiology and management of related disorders, present cutting edge technology in assisted reproduction, imaging, cellular and molecular biology, and glean outdated knowledge.

In an era where the lightening pace of technology and its successful applications have superceded a careful evaluation of its implications and jumped regulatory intentions, we hope that through these stimulating lectures we shall be able to impart the necessary knowledge required to rethink, translate technology at its best to safe, effective and judicious clinical use and extend the marvels of the science across all barriers.

Quoting Confucius: 'Learning without thought is labor lost; thought without learning is perilous'. I look forward to meeting you in December!

Kindest, Gautam N Allahbadia President, MOGS


ORGANIZING SECRETARIES' MESSAGE “The illiterate of the 21st century are not those who cannot read & write, but those who are unwilling to unlearn and relearn.” —Alvin Tofler Dear Friends,

ORG. SECRETARY

SHREYAS PADGAONKAR

ORG. SECRETARY

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MANDAKINI PARIHAR

The birth of the baby fulfills the quest for motherhood, and establishes the couples place in society. Infertile couples need proper guidance and counseling as regards the cause of infertility and its appropriate management. With this in mind, we have planned a focused International Congress on “The Ovary Unraveled “organized jointly by Indian Society for Assisted Reproduction and Mumbai Obstetrics and Gynecological Society. The congress aims at updating the delegates with the academic advancements in clinical practice and research focused on the ovary. Infertility management has been undergoing a vast change over the last couple of decades. Modalities of treatment, which were considered only to be remotely available, are now a part of infertility management on a routine basis. Anovulation and Ovarian Pathology is responsible for 50% of female factor infertility.

During the congress, well planned sessions will enable the delegates to interact with experts and fellow delegates in areas of special interest. Sessions have been devoted to stem cell therapy, poloscopy, imaging technology, genomics and metabolomics will be made with an aim to update current knowledge, rationalize concepts and strengthen judgement. Balanced views on the explosive Third Party Reproduction, with a special interest in oocyte donation, that has come as a messiah to the childless, will be aired in the light of ethical and legal considerations so that the promising benefits of this technology can be channelized to the right use. These sessions will provide impetus to practitioners to refine their protocols and be able to offer alternative therapies to obtain optimal results.

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ORG. SECRETARY

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ASHWINI B. GANDHI

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With the improvements in biotechnology, several hurdles in reproductive medicines have been overcome. Renowned international workers who have contributed to advances in this superspeciality will be participating in the conference and sharing their own experiences. The pre-congress workshops have been planned with interactive discussion and stress on practical pointers for the benefit of all delegates. There are 6 pre-congress workshops and 4 post congress workshops.

With scientific and cultural extravaganza planned out for you, the Renaissance Convention Centre at Powai provides all modern amenities to ensure a successful conference. We are sure that after this congress, the deliberations, discussions and interaction with fellow delegates would enrich you. We have endeavored to look into all aspects of the scientific and social comforts. However, if there are any inadvertent lapses, we apologise for the same. We welcome all delegates to the city of Mumbai and hope that they will carry back fond memories of this vibrant city.

Mandakini Parihar

Shreyas Padgaonkar

Ashwini B. Gandhi


CONFERENCE ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

President

Joint Organizing Secretaries

Auditorium

Sadhana Desai

Nalini Mahajan

Ameya Purandare

Suchitra Pandit

Anahita Chauhan

Organizing Chairperson Gautam Allahbadia Advisory Board

Nandita Palshetkar

Parikshit Tank

Partha Guha Roy

Reena Wani

Arun Nayak

Suvarna Khadilkar

M. N. Parikh Kamini Rao C. N. Purandare

Scientific Committee

Workshop Coordinator

Pratap Kumar

Dhiraj Gada

Jaideep Malhotra

G.A. Ramaraju

Rishma Pai Vice Presidents

Gautam Allhabadia

Rajat Ray

Dhiraj Gada

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Firuza Parikh

Hrishikesh Pai

Suresh Kumar

Manish Banker

Registration Committee

H. D. Pai

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Jaydeep Tank

Vinita Salvi

Sarita Bhalerao Vice Chairpersons

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Shailesh Kore

Duru Shah

Vanita Raut

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Narendra Malhotra

Exhibition & Stalls

Sanjay Gupte Nozer Sheriar

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Niranjan Chavan

Purnima Satoskar

Mandakini Parihar

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Organizing Secretaries Shreyas Padgaonkar

Ashwini Bhalerao Gandhi Treasurer

Prema Kania Ameet Patki

Mandakini Parihar

Manish Banker

Nalini Mahajan Nandita Palshetkar Narendra Malhotra Prakash Trivedi Prashant Mangeshikar Pratap Kumar Rajat Ray

Public Relations

Rajendra Sankpal

Atul Ganatra

Rakesh Sinha

Bipin Pandit

Col. R.K. Sharma

Madhuri Patel

Rupin Shah

Sujata Dalvi

Shreyas Padgaonkar

Champa Nariani Vijay Mangoli

Kanthi Bansal

Scientific Papers & Posters Jaydeep Tank Kedar Ganla Madhuri Patil

Sujata Kar Sunita Tandulwadkar Vijay Mangoli Virendra Shah


INTERNATIONAL FACULTY

Prof. Martina Ribic Pucelj Prof. Paul Devroey Slovenia Belgium

Dr .Paul Gassner Germany

Prof. Robert Casper Prof. Robert Norman Prof. Roy Homburg Australia Canada Israel

Nozer Sheriar P. B. Pai Dhungat P. C. Mahapatra P. G. Paul P. K. Shah Padma Rekha Jirge Parikshit Tank Partha Guha Roy Parul Kotdawala Pragnesh Shah Prakash Trivedi Pranay Shah Prashant Mangeshikar Pratap Kumar Pratima Chipalkatti Prema Kania Pritesh Naik Priti Trivedi Priya Kannan Purnima Nadkarni R. G. Patel Col. R. K. Sharma R. P. Soonawala Rajat Ray

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Kurian Joseph M. Govindarajan M. L. Swarnkar M. N. Parikh Madhu Loomba Madhuri Patel Madhuri Patil Mala Arora Mamata Deendayal Mandakini Megh Mandakini Parihar Manish Banker Meenakshi Bharath Monu Pattnayak N. Chimote Nalini Mahajan Nandita Palshetkar Narendra Malhotra Nayna Patel Neeta Warty Nilesh Shah Niranjan Chavan Nitin Narvekar Nitin Pai Dhungat

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Duru Shah Fessy Louis Firuza Parikh G. A. Ramaraju Gautam Allhabadia Geeta Balsarkar Goral Gandhi Hafeez Rehman Himanshu Bavishi Hrishikesh Pai Indira Hinduja Jaideep Malhotra Jatin Shah Jayakrishnan Jayam Kannan Jaydeep Tank K. K. Gopinath Kamala Selvaraj Kamini Rao Kannaki Utharaj Kanthi Bansal Kedar Ganla Kedar Padte Kersi Avari

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Abha Majumdar Adarsh Bhargava Ajanta Narvekar Ajit Virkud Alka Kriplani Ambarish Dalal Ameet Patki Amey Purandare Anahita Chavan Aniruddha Malpani Arun Nayak Asha Baxi Asha Rao Atul Ganatra B. N. Chakravarty Bharati Dhore Patil Bipin Pandit B. Ramesh C. N. Purandare Chaitanya Nagori Champa Nariani Deepak Goenka Dhiraj Gada Dinesh Jain

Prof. Jose Remohi Prof. Liselotte Mettler Prof. Marco Filicori Italy Spain Germany

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NATIONAL FACULTY

Prof. Jan Gerris Belgium

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Prof. Bruno Lunenfeld Prof. Denny Sakkas Prof. H.R. Tinneberg Israel Germany USA

Rajendra Sankpal Rajesh Bhaktha Raju Nagarkatti Rakesh Sinha Ranjana Mangoli Rishma Pai Rita Billiangady Ritu Joshi Rupin Shah S. Suresh S. Vyjayanthi Sachin Kulkarni Sadhana Desai Sadhana Patwardhan Sangeeta Agarwal Sanjay Gupte Sanjay Makwana Sanjay Patel Sanjeev Khurd Saranya M. Prabhu Sarita Bhalerao Satish Patki Shailaja Saxena Shashi Goyal

Prof. S. L. Tan Canada

Shebaaz Daruwala Shefali Jain Sheila Balakrishnan Shreyas Padgaonkar Shubhangi Gangal Shyam Kulkarni Sonal Kotdawala Suchitra Pandit Sudesh Kamat Sudha Tandon Sujata Dalvi Sujata Kar Sulbha Arora S. Gunasheela Sunita Tandulwadkar Suresh A. Kumar Umesh Jindal Vanita Raut Vijay Kulkarni Vijay Mangoli Vinita Salvi Virendra Shah Vivek Marwah


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Area Airports • International (10 kms) • Domestic (17 kms) Other Transportation Bus Station • Dadar Bus Station (15.5 miles E) Train Station • Kanjurmarg (3.7 miles) • Andheri (16 kms) Renaissance Mumbai Hotel & Convention Centre • #2 & 3B, Near Chinmayanand Ashram, Powai Mumbai, 400 087 India Phone: 91 22 66927777 Fax : 91 22 66928899 Sales: 91 22 66927064 www.renaissancemumbai.com Hotel Information Check-in and Check-out 1. Check in Thursday afternoon 2.00pm & Check out Sunday afternoon 12.00 noon. 2. Check in Friday afternoon 2.00pm & Check out Monday afternoon 12.00 noon. Pet Policy • Pets not allowed

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ABOUT VENUE


PROGRAM AT A GLANCE

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2009: PRE-CONGRESS WORKSHOPS 1. Repeated IVF Failures 2. Endometriosis and infertility: Is there an ideal answer? 3. Controlled ovarian stimulation protocols: Review & new strategies

4. Gametes and Embryo's - What we need to know 5. Hands-on-workshop on Laparoscopic Suturing 6. Hands-on-workshop on Operative Hysteroscopy

Conference Oration: “PCOS from birth to senescence - Clinical consequences” Inauguration Debate: "Advanced reproductive techniques are eroding the traditional Indian values"

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 2009 Hall A

Hall B

HALL C

9.00 am - 11.00 am

Plenary Discussion

11.00 am - 11.30 am

TEA-BREAK

11.30 am - 12.45 pm

Symposium I

Symposium II

Symposium III

Recent Advances in

Ovarian Pathology:

Monitoring

ART-Practical Applications

Dilemma's in Management

Ovarian Function

12.45 pm - 1.15 pm

Short Capsules

Debates

Free Papers

1.15 pm - 2.00 pm

LUNCH

2.00 pm - 4.00 pm

Plenary

4.00 pm - 4.30 pm

TEA-BREAK

4.30 pm - 5.30 pm

Panel Discussion

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Timing

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Poor Responders

Panel Discussion

Panel Discussion

“Ovulation Induction”- What's new? Adolescent PCOS

Evening Program: Dance and musical extravaganza by Pritam Chakraborty

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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2009

Hall A

9.00 am - 11.00 am

Hall B

Hall C

Plenary Sessions

11.00 am - 11.30 am

COFFEE BREAK

11.30 am - 12.30 pm

Symposium IV

Symposium V

Symposium VI

Current trends in infertility

Egg donation: From the corner

Endometriosis -

store to the super market

Still an Enigma?

Advances in Ovarian Imaging

Free Papers

12.30 pm - 1.30 pm

Panel Discussion IVF lite: Is it the way forward?

1.30 pm

Prize distribution followed by lunch

POST-CONGRESS WORKSHOPS (Free for all registered delegates) 1. In-Vitro Maturation (IVM)

3. Andrology for the gynecologist

2. Cryobiology & Vitrification Workshop

4. Endoscopic Teaching Videos


FLOOR PLAN

SPONSORS PLATINUM SPONSORS

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City Tour of Mumbai (half day)

which is famous for its 7th century cave temple. The huge excavated cave, on hill top, features massive carved rock columns and many Hindu shrines, including the magnificent bust of Trimurty, a six meter high Shiva. On way back, you can shop in Colaba Causway which has many eateries, gift, garment & curio shops.

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300 years ago the area occupied by this great metropolis were seven islands inhabited by Koli fishermen. Visit the Prince of Wales museum (closed on Monday) built to commemorate the visit of Prince of Wales to India in 1905. Later view from outside the Mumbai University, Mumbai High Court, Flora Fountain, drive to Victoria Terminus Station and Crawford Market. Later drive through the Marine Drive or also known as Queen's necklace. Drive past the Chowpatty beach/Babulnath temple. Then visit the Hanging Gardens built on top of a water reservoir and also the Tower of Silence (entry not allowed) where the Zorastrians do their last rites. Mani Bhawan which houses the Gandhi museum. Dhobi Ghat the place where the city's linens are washed in the open by washermen. Drive through our new Bandra-Worli sealink.

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LOCAL TOURS

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Sububurban Tour of Mumbai, visit to ISKON temple & shopping at Linking Road, Bandra (half day)

Elephanta Island & Harbour visit & shopping in Colaba (half day) An hour's boat ride from the city is the peaceful, forested island of Elephanta, a World heritage site,

Drive past Film City (more famous as the heart of Bollywood). Visit Kanheri Caves also known as the Mahakali caves. These are 109 Buddhist caves dating from the end of 2nd to the 9th century. See the Chaitya cave (cave no. 3), & the darbar of Maharaja (10). Cave 35 houses the Vihara has relics of Buddha seated on a lotus and see some traces of the painting in cave 21, which has columns similar to those at Elephanta caves. Later visit the Hare Rama Hare Krishna temple and the Juhu Beach. Lastly some time for shopping at the famous Linking Road in Bandra which caters to all types of shoppers & has many good restaurants serving Thai, Mexican, Punjabi, Continental etc.


IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Delegates

Accompanying person

PG Students, Embryologist (non doctors)

International delegates

Delegates Fees till 15/11/09

Rs 4000/-

Rs 4000/-

Rs 3000/-

100 USD

Spot registration 16/11/09 onwards (Subject to availability)

Rs 5000/-

Rs 5000/-

Rs 4000/-

200 USD

Fees up to 15/11/09

Rs 1500/-

N.A

Rs 750/-

75 USD

Spot fees for workshop (after 15/11/09)

Rs 2000/-

N.A

Rs 1000/-

75 USD

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Pre-congress workshop

*Each delegate will be able to register for any workshop of their choice. Only registered delegates for the congress will be eligible to attend the pre-congress workshops.

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*PG students & embryologists should have authorization letter from their respective institute

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Special pre-congress workshop Hands on Laparoscopic Suturing and Operative hysteroscopy at Ethicon Institute only for 20 delegates each. (Cost: Rs 10,000/- per head) Post Congress workshop will be free for all registered delegates.

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Important Dates

Last date for receipt of Abstracts-Free communications: October 15, 2009 Delegates Registration

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Last date for accommodation requests: October 15, 2009

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No refund will be given after November 1, 2009. Prior to that 25%will be deducted as processing charges from delegates fees or accommodation package.

HOTEL ACCOMMODATION Rates of Hotel Renaissance (5 Star)

Room

Standard*

Deluxe*

Concierge Room*

Single

Rs. 19,500

Rs. 21,500

Rs. 28,000

Twin Sharing

Rs. 10,500

Rs. 12,000

Rs. 15,000

Junior Suite Rs. 21,500 per day

*The above rates are for a 3 day - 3 night package. For more details, please refer the attached Hotel Accommodation Page


PRE-CONGRESS WORKSHOP Workshop 1 Date: Friday, December 11, 2009 • Venue: Renaissance Mumbai Hotel & Convention Centre

Repeated IVF Failures Organized by ISAR- Special Interest Group on Reproductive Endocrinology Moderators :

Pratap Kumar, Narendra Malhotra & Manish Banker

International Faculty : Jan Gerris, Paul Devroy, Denny Sakkas

Learning Objectives

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Embryo implantation failure after transfer constitutes a limiting factor in ART success. The interaction between a high quality embryo and a receptive endometrium, after an atraumatic embryo transfer is of paramount importance, yet many of these steps are still poorly understood. This workshop will aim to address issues involved in patients with recurrent failures and best management for them. 1. Identify the value of endometrial markers of receptivity in clinical practice. 2. Evaluate the steps involved in embryo implantation.

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3. Analyze the mechanisms of interaction between embryo and endometrium in humans and its impact on ART results.

PROGRAMME Inauguration Why Does IVF Fail? Paul Devroey Improving Endometrial Receptivity Hysteroscopic correction of cavity pathology: Narendra Malhotra 10.00 am Myomectomy: Sheila Balakrishnan 10:15 am Treating endometriosis: Pratap Kumar 10:30 am Salpingectomy for hydrosalpinges: Manish Banker 10:45 am Treatment of thin endometrium: R.G. Patel 11:00 am Discussion 11:00 am TEA BREAK Session 2 Enhancing the Embryo Endometrial dialogue 11:30 am Preimplantation genetic screening and PGD: Poornima Nadkarni 11:45 am Assisted hatching: Sanjay Makwana 12.00 pm Co-culture: Deepak Goenka 12:15 pm Cytoplasmic transfer: Shebaaz Daruwala 12:30 pm Day-5 versus day-3 transfers in repeated IVF failures: S. Vyjayanthi 12:45 pm Discussion

01:00 pm Session 3 02:00 pm 02:15 pm

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02:30 pm 02:45 pm 03.00 pm

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LUNCH New strategies in RIF Improving ET technique: Jaideep Malhotra Tailoring the stimulation protocols - Ghent university Protocol: Jan Gerris Is it time to look at the sperm?: Denny Sakkas Discussion Panel Discussion: “Repeated Failures How To Trouble Shoot” Moderators: Pratap Kumar, Jaideep Malhotra Panelists: Jan Gerris, Denny Sakkas, Priti Trivedi Umesh Jindal, Monu Patnayak, Mridubhashini Govindarajan Open House Moderators: Narendra Malhotra, Manish Banker


PRE-CONGRESS WORKSHOP Workshop 2 Date: Friday, December 11, 2009 • Venue: Renaissance Mumbai Hotel & Convention Centre

Endometriosis & Infertility: Is there an Ideal Answer? Organized by ISAR- Special Interest Group Endometriosis Workshop Conveners: Prakash Trivedi, Nandita Palshetkar, Kanthi Bansal International Faculty:

Lisolette Mettler, Hans Tinneberg, Martina Ribic Pucelj

technological advances.

Learning Objectives

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Endometriosis is a painful disorder whose impact in terms of direct health cost is high. This workshop is designed for reproductive specialists as well as the general gynecologists and will focus on the evidence-based clinical management of endometriosis, along with new insights into the pathogenesis of endometriosis and new

Offer evidence-based diagnosis and treatment to women with endometriosis and infertility.

PROGRAMME Brief Overview of Workshop & Inauguration Session I Moderator: Kanthi Bansal 9.10 am Magnitude of Endometriosis & probable cause: Alka Kriplani 9.25 am Laparoscopic visual treat - Types of Endometriosis: Nozer Sheriar 9.40 am Imaging Science in Endometriosis Endometrioma: P. K. Shah 9:55 am Discussion Session II Moderator: Nandita Palshetkar 10.10 am Medical treatment of Endometriosis Endometrioma : Rishma Pai 10.25 am Laparoscopic Management of Endometriosis: Sanjay Patel 10:40 am Discussion 10.55 am COFFEE BREAK Session III Moderator: Nozer Sheriar 11.15 am Impact of Endometriosis on Infertility: Kanthi Bansal 11.30 am Optimizing Endoscopic Surgery & Infertility treatment in Endometriosis Endometrioma: Prakash Trivedi 11.45 am ART & Endometriosis: Nandita Palshetkar

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Ovarian Preservation in endometriosis: Martina Ribic Pucelj 12.30 pm Unusual cases of Endometriosis: Kurian Joseph 12:45 pm Discussion 12.55 pm LUNCH BREAK Session IV Moderator: Prakash Trivedi 1.45 pm Rectovaginal Endometriosis treatment in Infertility: Lisolette Mettler 2.00 pm Frozen Pelvis in Endometriosis Management for Infertility: K. K. Gopinath 2.15 pm Recurrent Endometrioma - A Challenge for Infertility: Mamata Deendayal 2:30 pm Discussion 2.45 pm COFFEE BREAK Session V Moderator: Kurian Joseph 3.05 pm Complications of Endoscopic Surgery in Endometriosis: Hans Tinneberg 3.20 pm Pain Management in Endometriosis: Rajesh Bhaktha 3.35 pm Endometrioma in Unmarried Adolescent Conserving Fertility: P. C. Mahapatra 3:50 pm Discussion

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PRE-CONGRESS WORKSHOP Workshop 3 Date: Friday, December 11, 2009 • Venue: Renaissance Mumbai Hotel & Convention Centre

Ovarian Stimulation Protocols: Review & New Strategies

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Organized by ISAR- Special Interest Group Reproductive Endocrinology Workshop Conveners: Mandakini Parihar, Nalini Mahajan, Sunita Tandulwardkar Foreign Faculty: Bruno Lunenfeld, Roy Homburg, Marco Filicori, Paul Devroey Ovarian stimulation usually is a key step in Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART). During the past two decades the availability of new hormonal analogues and development of alternative protocols has spurred development of new ovarian stimulation regimens that must be individualized to patient characteristics. Infertility specialists and gynecologists often are at a loss as to how to optimize hormonal stimulation of the ovaries. Learning Objectives 1. Assess the clinical parameters that are important to select an ovulation induction or controlled ovarian stimulation protocol. 2. Describe available regimens for difficult patients and alternative possibilities in specific indications to decrease complications of individualizing protocols

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PROGRAMME

Session IV Improving success and preventing Complications 12.20 pm OHSS Prevention: Meenakshi Bharath 12.35 pm Luteal Support: Duru Shah 12.50 pm Discussion 1.00 pm LUNCH Session V Newer strategies in COS 2.00 pm Growth hormone in Stimulation protocols: Pratap Kumar 2.20 pm Androgen priming before FSH ovarian stimulation: Roy Homburg 2.40 pm Long acting and Orally acting FSH & LH preparation: Paul Devreoy 3.00 pm Individualising Stimulation Protocols: Bruno Lunenfeld 3.20 pm Discussion 3:30 pm TEA BREAK 4.00 pm Panel Discussion Special situations in COS - how to troubleshoot • PCOS: Mandakini Parihar • Endometriosis: Sunita Tandulwarkar • Poor responders: Nalini Mahajan Expert Panelist: Bruno Lunenfeld, Roy Homburg, Marco Filicori, Sonal Kotdawala, Suresh Kumar, Kannaki Uttharaj, Asha Rao

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Session I Back to basics 9:15 am Understanding basics in stimulating ovaries: Padma Rekha Jirge 9:30 am Which hormonal investigation and when to do?: Sadhana Patwardhan 9:45 am AMH, AFC and other parameters to predict COS outcome: Mandakini Parihar 10.00 am Discussion Session II Practical guidelines in Ovulation Induction 10.15 am Oral Ovalogens - CC + Letrozole: Asha Baxi 10.30 am Gonadotropins Regimes: In IUI cycles: Sunita Tandulwadkar 10.45 am Metformin Update: Shyam Kulkarni 11.00 am Role of Hcg in Follicular Stimulation: Marco Filicori 11.15 am Discussion 11:15 am COFFEE BREAK Session III GnRH Analogues: How to use and when to use? 11.40 am Agonist: Shefali Jain 11.55 am Antagonist: Nalini Mahajan 12.10 pm Discussion


PRE-CONGRESS WORKSHOP Workshop 4 Date: Friday, December 11, 2009 • Venue: Renaissance Mumbai Hotel & Convention Centre

Gametes and Embryo's - What we need to Know Organized by ISAR - Special Interest Group Embryology Workshop Conveners: Dhiraj Gada, Shreyas Padgaonkar, Vijay Mangoli International Faculty: Robert Casper, Robert Norman, Denny Sakkas, Paul Gassner This workshop will provide ART laboratory scientists and clinicians with a critical analysis of the wide array of tests available for assessing oocyte and embryo quality.

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Inauguration and workshop overview Oocytes And More Oocyte Quality Assessment: N. Chimote Oocyte quality in Anovulation and PCOS: Robert Casper 9.50 am Compromised ovarian reserve and POF: Ajanta Narvekar 10.10 am Anti Mullerian Hormone-Its implications: Kedar Ganla 10.25 am Discussion Session II Embryo's And Beyond 10.45 am Quality assessment: Morphological: Shreyas Padgaonkar 11.05 am Quality assessment : Metabolic and biochemical: Denny Sakkas 11.25 am Discussion 11.35 am COFFEE BREAK Session III Improving Results 12.00 pm Assisted Hatching: Vijay Mangoli

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Cumulus cell co-culture & transfer: Firuza Parikh 12.40 pm Role of cryopreservation: Col R. K. Sharma 1.00 pm A user friendly approach to integrate sophisticated technology in a routine IVF Lab: Paul Gassner 1.20 pm Discussion 1:30 pm LUNCH Session IV Future of ART 2.20 pm Future of Ovulation Inducing drugs: Robert Norman 2.40 pm IMSI: Sudesh Kamat 3.00 pm PGS and PGD: Shailaja Saxena 3.20 pm Spindle View: Dinesh Jain 3.40 pm Stem cells, germ cells and oogenesis: Satish Patki 4.00 pm Discussion 4.15 pm Coffee Break


PRE-CONGRESS WORKSHOP Workshop 5 & 6 Date: Friday, December 11, 2009

Hands on Laparoscopic suturing & Operative Hysteroscopy Organized by ISAR- Special Interest Group Reproductive Surgery Venue: ETHICON INSTITUTE OF SURGICAL EDUCATION, Johnson House, 64-66, Senapati Bapat Marg, Near Mahim Rly. Station, Mahim, Mumbai 400 016 Workshop 5: Laparoscopic Suturing Workshop Conveners: Prashant Mangeshikar, Rakesh Sinha, Rajendra Sankpal, P. G. Paul, Hafeez Rehman, B. Ramesh

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Overview & Objectives

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Laparoscopic Suturing 8:45 am Assemble at EISE 9:00 am Equipment and instrumentation for laparoscopic knot tying and suturing 9:30 am Laparoscopic knot tying - didactic session 10:00 am COFFEE BREAK 10:15 am Endotrainer session I (Endoloop) 11:00 am Endotrainer session II (Extracorporeal knot tying) 12:00 pm Laparoscopic suturing - didactic session 12:30 pm Endotrainer session III (Intracorporeal knot tying) 1:30 pm LUNCH 2:30 pm Endotrainer session IV (Intracorporeal suturing - interrupted) 3:30 pm COFFEE BREAK 3:45 pm Endotrainer session V (Intracorporeal suturing - continuous)

PROGRAMME

Operative Hysterescopy

Batch-1: 9:00 am - 1:30 pm Workshop Coordinators: Neeta Warty, Pragnesh Shah, Vivek Marwah 9:00 am

Registrations

9:15 am

Lecture on 1) Basic Instrumentation 2) Energy Sources and Principles

10:00 am

Hands- on training for Polypectomy, TCRE, Myomectomy etc.

1.00 pm

LUNCH

Batch-2: 1:00 pm - 5.00 pm Workshop Coordinators: Parul Kotdawala, Pranay Shah, Pritesh Naik 1:00 pm

Registrations

2.00 pm

Lecture on 1) Basic Instrumentation 2) Energy Sources and Principles

2.45 pm

Hands- on training for Polypectomy, TCRE, Myomectomy etc.


EVENING PROGRAM

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2009 5.00 pm - 6.00 pm CONFERENCE ORATION “PCOS from birth to senescence - Clinical consequences” Orator: Prof. Bruno Lunenfeld 6.00 pm - 7.00 pm Conference Inauguration Master of Ceremonies: Rupin Shah Public Debate “Advanced Reproductive Techniques are eroding the traditional Indian Values” Participants : Rupin Shah, Nayna Patel, Mrinalini Deshmukh, Nandini Sardesai

8.30 pm

Dance away to musical beats by DJ (Five Star Entertainment) + Dinner

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Best Pap Prize er s


Hall A

9.00 am - 11.00 am

Plenary Discussion - Chairpersons: M.N. Parikh, R.P. Soonawala, Adarsh Bhargav Rise & fall of Metformin: Roy Homburg Fitness for Fertility: Robert Norman Letrozole in Infertility and ART: Robert Casper OHSS: New strategies in Prevention & Management: Jan Gerris

11.00 am - 11.30 am

TEA-BREAK

11.30 am - 12.45 pm

Symposium I Recent Advances in ART - Practical Applications Chairpersons: K.K. Gopinath, Vanita Raut ART V/s Stem cells: Crossing boundaries or sensible merger: Indira Hinduja Genomics to metabolomics: Denny Sakkas Poloscope in Oocyte Assessment: G. A. Ramaraju

12.45 pm - 1.15 pm

Short Capsules - The new kid on the block Chairpersons: Suchitra Pandit, Atul Ganatra AMH: Jaideep Tank Antagonist: Fessy Louis Oocyte Cryo banking: Rishma Pai

1.15 pm - 2.00 pm

LUNCH

2.00 pm - 4.00 pm

Plenary - Chairpersons: P. B. Pai Dhungat, Parul Kotdawala, Hafeez Rehman Advances in Extended Release gonadotropins Present and Future of Sustained Release FSH: LH supplementation redefined: Infertile PCOS with Endometrial Carcinoma - Options for management: Fertility Protection at Oncologic Confrontation:

Hall B

HALL C

Symposium II Ovarian Pathology- Dilemma's in Management Chairpersons: P.G. Paul, Vivek Marwah Ovarian Torsion : Jaya Krishnan Fertility & Cancer: Ovarian Transposition: Martina Ribic Pucelj Managing persistant Ovarian Cysts: Pratap Kumar

Symposium III Monitoring Ovarian Function Chairpersons: Ajit Virkud, Vinita Salvi Clinical Implications of Hormonal Assays: Dhiraj Gada Follicular monitoring for gonadotropin therapy: Shreyas Padgaonkar Role of color Doppler in Ovulation induction: Narendra Malhotra Limitations of conventional markers for ovarian response: Madhuri Patil

Debates Free Papers Moderators: Sarita Bhalerao, Sangeeta Agarwal Chairpersons: Unexplained Infertility Geeta Balsarkar, Sujata Dalvi, Arun Nayak Gonadotropin IUI v/s IVF- ICSI Ameet Patki v/s Jatin Shah PCOS - Gonadotropin: IUI v/s Ovarian Drilling Padma Jirge v/s Sujata Kar

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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 2009

4.00 pm - 4.30 pm

TEA-BREAK

4.30 pm - 5.30 pm

Panel Discussion Poor Responders Moderator: Mandakini Parihar Panelists: Marco Filicori, Liselotte Mettler, Jose Remohi, Jaideep Malhotra, Partha Guha Roy, Himanshu Bavishi, Nandita Palshetkar

Paul Devroey Marco Filicori Sadhana Desai Liselotte Mettler

Panel Discussion “Ovulation Induction� What's new? Moderator: Sulochana Gunasheela Panelists: Jan Gerris, Bruno Lunenfeld, Chaitanya Nagori, Mala Arora, Rita Billangadi, M. L. Swarnkar

Panel Discussion Adolescent PCOS Moderator: Sanjay Gupte Panelists: Robert Norman, Roy Homburg, Kanthi Bansal, Bharati Dhore Patil, Sanjeev Khurd, Prema Kania


Hall A

Hall B

8.00 am - 9.00 am

Free Papers

9.00 am - 11.00 am

Plenary Sessions - Chairpersons: Champa Nariani, Mandakini Megh, Madhuri Patel

Hall C

Ovarian Transplant-Review of literature: Martina Ribic Pucelj S.L.Tan

Managing Oocyte Recipients:

Jose Remohi

Ovarian Reserve in Endometriosis:

H.R. Tinneberg

11.00 am - 11.30 am

COFFEE BREAK

11.30 am - 12.30 pm

Symposium IV - Current trends in infertility

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In-vitro Maturation of Oocyte:

Chairpersons: Madhu Loomba, Pratima Chipalkatti Thessolanki Consensus on managing Infertile PCOS:

Symposium VI

Egg donation:

Endometriosis

From The Corner store to Supermarket

Still an Enigma?

Chairpersons: Jayam Kannan, M. L. Swarnkar Chairpersons: Shashi Goyal, Ritu Joshi

Managing difficult Responders: B.N. Chakravarty Ovulation Induction in Hypothalamic and Hypogonadotropin: Nalini Mahajan

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GnRH antagonist in IUI: Duru Shah

Egg donation to Ovarian Transplant?

Role of GnRH analogues: Abha Majumdar

How soon-How Far: M. Govindarajan

Place of Aromatase Inhibitors in Endometriosis:

Factors affecting success of Oocyte

C.N. Purandare

Donation: Hrishikesh Pai

Endometrioma: Cauterization v/s Cystectomy:

Ovarian Auto-Immunity: Firuza Parikh

Prakash Trivedi

Egg Donation and Cross border reproductive

Surgical Therapy v/s IVF: Sunita Tandulwadkar

care: A Need for guidelines: Kamini Rao

Panel Discussion: IVF lite - Is it the way forward?

Advances in Ovarian Imaging

Free Papers

Moderator: Gautam Allahbadia

Chairpersons: Bipin Pandit, Raju Nagarkatti

Chairpersons: Niranjan Chavan,

1. Ultrasound

Anahita Chauhan, Sudha Tandon

Panelists: Robert Casper, Paul Devroey Nitin Narvekar

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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2009

a) Oocyte Retrieval: Kamala Selvaraj b) Oocyte retrieval in inaccessible ovaries: Ambarish Dalal c) Ovarian Tumor in reproductive age group: S. Suresh 2. MRI of Ovarian Pathology: Nilesh Shah

1.30 pm

Prize distribution followed by lunch

Post Congress Workshop (Free for all registered delegates) 2.30 pm - 6.30 pm

IVM

Cyro Preservation& Vitrification

Andrology for the gynecologist

Endoscopic Teaching Videos


POST-CONGRESS WORKSHOP Workshop 7 Date: Sunday, December 13, 2009 • Venue: Renaissance Mumbai Hotel & Convention Centre

In-Vitro Maturation (IVM) Workshop Conveners: Gautam Allhabadia, Sujata Kar, Virendra Shah International Faculty:

S. L.Tan, Jose Remohi

The inconvenience, complexity, cost and risks associated with ovarian stimulation with gonadotropins for in vitro fertilization (IVF) make many patients reluctant to rely on this therapy.

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Thus, patients and their physicians now increasingly employ unstimulated, i.e., “natural,” ovarian cycles as a means of preparing oocytes for IVF. The emerging technique of in vitro maturation (IVM) might make natural cycle IVF more practical. The faculty will compare clinical outcomes and discuss the practical aspects application of IVM to IVF in polycystic ovary syndrome and fertility preservation along with the published clinical data.

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Learning Objectives

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Session-1 Basic Biology & technique of IVM Basics of Oocyte Maturation & ultra-structure of the immature oocyte: Virendra Shah

2:45 pm

IVM-An overview: S. L. Tan

3:15 pm

Video presentation of IVM: S. L. Tan

3:30 pm

Discussion

3:45 pm

Coffee Break

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Session-2 IVM-A safer fertility treatment 4:15 pm

Comparison between minimum stimulation IVF and IVM: Sujata Kar

4:30 pm

IVM in PCOS: Sachin Kulkarni

4:45 pm

Trouble shooting in IVM: Kedar Padte

5.00 pm

Advantage & disadvantage of IVM vs IVF: Jose Remohi

5:15 pm

Practical aspects of adopting IVM in the Indian scenario: Sulochana Gunasheela

5:30 pm

Discussion


POST-CONGRESS WORKSHOP Workshop 8 Date: Sunday, December 13, 2009 • Venue: Renaissance Mumbai Hotel & Convention Centre

Cryobiology & Vitrification Workshop Organized by ISAR- Special Interest Group Embryology Workshop Conveners: Hrishikesh Pai, Rama Raju, Rajat Ray International Faculty : Martina Ribic Pucelj

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The need for an interest in fertility-preservation procedures is growing. Ovarian cryopreservation and Vitrification techniques are gaining a lot of acceptance. There is evidence today that Vitrification gives similar results as that of slow-freezing of embryos. This workshop is designed to discuss and compare the advantages and disadvantages of Vitrification and slow freezing. There is a need for an interactive discussion on the whereabouts of the technology, and the challenges it faces, both technically and ethically. The faculty will cover the practical and relevant points to help and make Vitrification easy and simple for the delegates.

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Overview of Cryo preservation: G.A. Ramaraju

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Session-I Videos on Freezing Techniques 3.00 pm

Slow Freezing-Current Perspectives: Kersi Avari

3.15 pm

VitrificationCryo- Top: Goral Gandhi

3:30 pm

Vitrification-Cryo leaf: Shubhangi Gangal

3:45 pm

Vitrification- FiberPlug: Ranjana Mangoli

4.00 pm

Selection of Method - which technique when? : Hrishikesh Pai

4.15 pm

Discussion

Session-II Preserving Fertility by Gonadal Freezing 4.30 pm

Freezing of Extracted Sperm: V. Mangoli Ovarian tissue freezing: Saranya Mithra Prabhu Oocyte freezing: Martina Ribic Pucelj

5.30 pm

Panel Discussion: Place of Cryopreservation in present day ART practice Moderator: Hrishikesh Pai Panelist: G. A. Rama Raju, V. Mangoli, Rajat Ray, Martina Ribic Pucelj, Priya Kannan


POST-CONGRESS WORKSHOP Workshop 9 Date: Sunday, December 13, 2009 • Venue: Renaissance Mumbai Hotel & Convention Centre

Andrology for the gynecologist Workshop Convener:

Rupin Shah

Faculty:

Denny Sakkas, Sadhana Desai, Vijay Kulkarni

The male partner plays a critical role in infertility, being a possible contributor to the cause of infertility, the potential source of sperm, and a future father. Yet male partners often receive only passing attention from reproductive healthy practitioners.

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1. Summarize the diagnosis and possible treatments of male factor infertility.

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PROGRAMME

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5. Male sexual dysfunction and infertility; what the gynecologist can offer: Vijay Kulkarni 6. ASK THE EXPERTS: Q&A session on problem areas in male infertility Moderator: Rupin Shah Panelists: Jan Gerris, Denny Sakkas, Sadhana Desai, Vijay Kulkarni

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1. Beyond semen analysis : what other tests are useful in assessing male fertility potential: Denny Sakkas 2. Clinical approach to management of OATS: Rupin Shah 3. Azoospermia : evaluation and management: Rupin Shah 4. A critical appraisal of IUI/IVF/ICSI for male factor infertility: Sadhana Desai

Endoscopic Teaching Videos Expert faculty:

• Atul Ganatra

• P. G. Paul

• B. Ramesh

• Pragnesh Shah

• Hafeez Rahman

• Pranay Shah

• Kurian Joseph

• Prashant Mangeshikar

• Neeta Warty

• Rajendra Sankpal

• Nozer Sheriar

• Vivek Marwah


GUIDELINES FOR SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACTS

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ABSTRACT FORM

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REGISTRATION FORM

CONFERENCE TARIFF Delegates

Accompanying person

PG Students, Embryologist (non doctors)

International delegates

Delegates Fees till 15/11/09

Rs 4000/-

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100 USD

Spot registration 16/11/09 onwards (Subject to availability)

Rs 5000/-

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200 USD

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No guarantee for the delegate kit for spot registrations

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Special pre-congress workshops: • Hands on Laparoscopic Suturing • Hands on Operative hysteroscopy

At Ethicon Institute for only 20 delegates each (Cost Rs 10000/-per head).

Post Congress workshop: FREE for all registered delegates but pre-registration needed

For Office Use only Registration no. ............................................................ Date received: .......................................................


REGISTRATION FORM

Name: .................................................................................................................................................................... Mailing Address: .................................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................................ ................................................................................................................................................................................ Pin code: .................................. Telephone (Resi): ........................................... Mobile: ....................................... Telephone (Clinic): ................................................................. Fax: ......................................................................

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Pre-congress: 11th December 2009, Timing: 9.00 am - 4.00 pm

Ovarian Stimulation Protocols: Review & New Strategies ........................

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Gametes and Embryo's - What we need to Know ......................

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Endometriosis & Infertility: Is there an Ideal Answer? ...................

Hands on Laparoscopic suturing .......................

Hands on Operative Hysteroscopy ........................

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for only 20 delegates each. Fees: Rs. 10,000 per delegate Post Congress: 13th December 2009, Timing: 3.00 pm - 6.00 pm In-Vitro Maturation (IVM) ................

Cryobiology & Vitrification Workshop ...................

Andrology for the gynecologist ......................

Endoscopic Teaching Videos ........................

Payment: [ ] Demand Draft [ ] Local Cheque Cheque no./DD no. ................................ drawn on ..................................................................................... Bank for amount Rs. ................................................................................................................ (in words and numbers) All demand drafts payable in Mumbai to “Ovary 2009” • Demand drafts for all non- Mumbai registrations.

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HOTEL ACCOMMODATION

Dear Delegate, The conference organizing committee has worked out a special residential package for the venue hotel: Renaissance Hotel, Mumbai. Conference Registration fees as well as the workshop fees are extra. The package rates are on per person Basis :Rates of Hotel Renaissance (5 Star)

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*The above mentioned rates are for 3 days and 3 nights with check in three nights & check out inclusive of buffet breakfast and all taxes.

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Every additional night • Rs. 7500/- per head per day Standard Room. • Rs. 8300/- per head per day for Delux Room. • Rs. 10,500/- per head per day for Concierge Room

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HOTEL ACCOMMODATION FORM

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Registration no. ............................................................ Date received: ....................................................... For other hotel stay options, organizing transfer services during the conference, conduct local sightseeing and shopping tours for the accompanying persons and post meet tours, Please Contact:

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