January 2020 – Manuel Viotti from the Zouves Foundation participating in the online webinar on mosaicism by the International IVF Initiative (I3), alongside a fantastic panel of experts including Jacques Cohen, Gary Harton, Mina Popovic, Semra Kahraman, Peter Nagy, Jenna Miller, Giles Palmer and others. See the full webinar here:
October 2020 – Zouves Foundation Presents Two Oral Talks at ASRM
1. The most in-depth study on mosaic embryos to date. Selected for the Conference Prize Paper session
2. Our collaborative study with UCSF regarding SARS-CoV-2 impact on embryos. Selected as a late-breaking abstract
Zouves Foundation Senior Scientist Dr. Manuel Viotti presenting data at the ASRM conference in Philadelphia, October 2019. The project is a large international scientific collaboration between Zouves Fertility Center and reproductive medicine centers and genetic testing laboratories in Italy, Taiwan, New York, and New Jersey.
Dr. Françoise Baylis discussing data from the Zouves Foundation during the plenary address at the ASRM conference in Philadelphia, October 2019. Dr. Baylis, professor at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, is an international authority in bioethics and member of the World Health Organization (WHO) Expert Advisory Committee on Genome Editing.
May, 2019: Christo Zouves discusses his approach, both cutting-edge and holistic, to helping people start a family. Dr. Christo Zouves has been a pioneer in the field of IVF for more than thirty years, ever since it came to North America.
Dr. Christo Zouves presenting at EG13 in May, 2019.
Dr. Manuel Viotti gave the keynote lecture at the Clinical Micromanipulation Workshop.
Zouves Foundation research being presented at PGDIS Conference in Switzerland in April, 2019
Dr. Manuel Viotti presenting @ #ASRM2018 Denver, CO
Dr. Manuel Viotti presenting @ The 4th Biomaker Meeting In Personalized Reproductive Medicine April 2018 – Valencia, Spain
The Zouves Foundation was awarded the prize Best Oral Presentation at BRM 2018 for the research project Assessment for aneuploidy concordance between trophectoderm and inner cell mass in 100 blastocysts by next-generation sequencing.