Philadelphia, PA—The American Society for Reproductive Medicine is pleased to announce the winners of the awards for Scientific Congress Prize Papers and Prize Posters for the 75th annual Scientific Congress and Expo.
O-94: DEVELOPMENTAL POTENTIAL OF ANEUPLOID HUMAN EMBRYOS BEYOND IMPLANTATION, Shahbazi et al.
O-93: HIGHER INCIDENCE OF POSTPARTUM COMPLICATIONS IN WOMEN WITH POLYCYSTIC OVARY SYNDROME, Alur-Gupta et al.
1st place: P-374, THE TP73 GENE (rs3765730) G>A POLYMORPHISM IS ASSOCIATED WITH OVARIAN RESPONSE DURING IVF/ICSI Treatment, Vagnini et al.
2nd place: P-478, IN VITRO FERTILIZATION AND GESTATIONAL HYPERTENSION/PREECLAMPSIA RISK: EFFECT OF DIAGNOSIS VERSUS TREATMENT PARAMETERS, Luke et al.
3rd place: P-479 OBSERVATIONAL 4-YEARS STUDY OF OBSTETRIC COMPLICATIONS AFTER IN VITRO FERTILIZATION (IVF) AND FRESH EMBRYO TRANSFER IN A FRENCH NATIONAL COHORT OF 43,084 DELIVERIES, Epelboin et al.
1st place: P-206, IS THE ‘OESTRO-ANDROGENIC’ HORMONE DEHYDRO-EPIANDROSTERONE SULPHATE (DHEAS) THE INTRACRINE REGULATOR OF IMPLANTATION AND EARLY PREGNANCY?: A PROSPECTIVE STUDY IN WOMEN UNDERGOING IVF. Bindu N., et al.
2nd place: P-687, THE PSYCHOLOGICAL IMPACT OF SURROGACY ON THE FAMILIES OF GESTATIONAL CARRIERS: IMPLICATIONS FOR CLINICAL PRACTICE. Mary P. Riddle, Ph.D., et al.
3rd place: P-191, FRESH VERSUS FREEZE-ALL STRATEGY IN ASSISTED REPRODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGY – A COCHRANE REVIEW. Tjitske Zaat, MD. (MSc), et al.
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