The Dutch gynaecologist Nils Lambalk will take over as editor-in-chief of Human Reproduction in January next year. He talks to Focus on Reproduction about his plans for the journal and the demands which editorship now implies.
A decrease in the probability of generating a euploid blastocyst plotted with every passing year of female age. Results based on NGS analysis. Sofia Makieva reports.
Data collection now based on analyses, not on cycles. Breast cancer now prevalent in monogenic testing.
ESHRE was a collaborator in new international guidelines for PCOS. Roy Homburg, a former co-ordinator of ESHRE's SIG Reproductive Endocrinology and veteran of the Rotterdam consensus of 2003, takes a look.
Bart Fauser, one of the principals behind the ESHRE/ASRM Rotterdam diagnostic consensus of 2003, on a new and fuller international guideline on PCOS launched in Barcelona.
Martine De Rycke, Chair of the ESHRE PGD Consortium, on a new data collection system - and emerging trends in this fast-moving field.
Findings in healthy volunteers, and mainly explained by a reduction in sperm DNA fragmentation. Sophie Goodchild reports.
Australian andrologist John Aitken argues that two consequences of male ageing - declining fertility and passing on an ever increasing mutational load to offspring - are each a self-perpetuating function of oxidative stress.
Poor parental diet around the time of conception has the potential to trigger negative long term consequences for the wellbeing of the offspring. Laurentiu Craciunas reports from Barcelona.
Cristina Eguizabal, Co-ordinator of ESHRE's SIGStem Cells, remembers her time as a post-doc in Cambridge with Katsuhiko Hayashi, presenter of this year's Keynote Lecture in Barcelona.