Fertility in cancer survivors: A population-based analysis of family size and reproductive lifespan – Richard Anderson, Professor, University of Edinburgh, UK
Evaluation of semen quality following cryopreservation in males with different cancer types – Sabrina Jaffer, Trainee Andrologist, Cambridge IVF, UK
Sabrina Jaffer is a final year Andrology STP student at Cambridge IVF. Her main area of interest is fertility preservation, and her current project focuses on the evaluation of semen parameters in males with different cancer types following cryopreservation.
Previously, Sabrina has achieved a First-Class degree in Assisted Reproduction Technology (MMedSci) at the University of Nottingham (2018-2019), where she undertook a research project evaluating uterine myometrial contractility and tissue viability following cryopreservation. She also graduated with First-Class BSc in Medical Physiology and Therapeutics at the same university (2015-2018).
Fertility preservation in girls: 6 years’ experience in a tertiary centre – Sania Latif, Clinical Research Fellow, University College London, UK
Sania Latif is a Clinical Research Fellow in Reproductive Medicine at University College London Hospital and is currently doing an MD at UCL. She is a Specialty Registrar in Obstetrics & Gynaecology in the North Central and East London Deanery.
Evidence of PI3K signalling activation and the potential for chemoprotection in human ovarian cortex exposed to cyclophosphamide – Roseanne Rosario, Post-Doctoral Research Scientist, University of Edinburgh, UK
Roseanne Rosario is a Postdoctoral Research Scientist in the laboratory of Professor Richard Anderson and is based at the MRC Centre for Reproductive Health at the University of Edinburgh. Roseanne is interested in exploring the establishment of the ovarian reserve, and the mechanisms that underlie follicle loss in women following chemotherapy treatment, and ways to protect against this.