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Shady Grove Fertility Center Research to Be Showcased at Premier Annual Medical Conference on Reproductive Medicine
Date:10/15/2009

One of Nine Abstracts Selected for Presentation Also Nominated for Prestigious Prize

ROCKVILLE, Md., Oct. 15 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Through a highly selective process, nine abstracts based on research by a total of 15 Shady Grove Fertility Center (SGFC) medical doctors, researchers and psychological social workers will be featured this week at the 65th annual American Society for Reproductive Medicine meeting in Atlanta.

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The conference, scheduled for Oct. 17-21, is the year's biggest gathering of reproductive medicine scientists and doctors. Included on the agenda are oral presentations of five studies conducted at SGFC, the nation's largest fertility center, which is headquartered just outside Washington, D.C. Only one in four abstracts that the ASRM 2009 Scientific Program Committee accepts to be showcased at the conference is selected for oral presentation. In addition to the five oral abstracts, findings from four other SGFC studies were selected to be highlighted as poster presentations in the conference exhibit hall.

One of the five SGFC abstracts to be presented orally is also one of 14 nominated by the ASRM committee for one of the two Scientific Program Prize Paper awards, to be announced at the conference: Comprehensive SNP Microarray Genetic Analyses on Single Cell(s) from Polar Bodies or Embryos to Determine 23-Chromosome Aneuploidy, Structural Chromosome Aberrations and Complex Genetic Disorders. This abstract concerns a study on microarray techniques for preimplantation genetic analysis, which describes ways of examining an embryo's DNA to ensure its viability prior to implanting into a patient's womb. William G. Kearns, Ph.D., the director of the Shady Grove Center for Pr
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