Fine tuning by clinic improves the performance of ERICA, an embryo ranking deep machine learning software – Alejandro Chavez-Badiola, CEO, IVF2.0 Ltd, UK

Improved sperm parameters using microfluidic chip-based sperm sorting – Marie Claire Aquilina, PhD Student, University of Kent, UK

Improved sperm parameters using microfluidic chip-based sperm sorting – Marie Claire Aquilina, PhD Student, University of Kent, UKInvestigation of cumulus cell mitochondrial genetics and metabolic state in relation to patient characteristics and ART outcomes – Kishlay Kumar, Post-Doctoral Researcher, University of Oxford, UK

Kishlay Kumar is a post-doctoral researcher at the Nuffield Department of Women’s & Reproductive Health, University of Oxford. He received a PhD degree in Medicine from Queen’s University of Belfast, UK and a master’s degree in Molecular and Human Genetics from Jiwaji University, India. His research interests were aimed at exploring the molecular causes of male and female (in)fertility. Currently his research interest focuses on studying the human and mouse oocytes and cumulus cells using mitochondrial DNA analysis and looking at chromosomal abnormalities. His research outcomes have been published in internationally reputed journals.

Exploring the utilisation of amino acids and their metabolites as predictors of follicle activation and growth during culture – Kenichiro Sakaguchi, Sponsored Researcher, University of Edinburgh, UK