2018 ASRM Prize Papers and Posters
Oct 10, 2018
Published in: ASRM Press Release
The American Society for Reproductive Medicine is pleased to announce the Prize Papers and Posters of the 2018 Scientific Congress and Expo. We congratulate the winners on their achievements and contributions to medical science.
October 10, 2018
For immediate release.
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Two abstracts were chosen as co-equal winners of the Scientific Program Prize Paper Award:
O-1 THREE-ARM RCT: VAGINAL ONLY PROGESTERONE IS INFERIOR, BUT VAGINAL PLUS INTRAMUSCULAR (IM) PROGESTERONE EVERY THIRD DAY IS EQUIVALENT, TO DAILY IM PROGESTERONE FOR VITRIFIED-WARMED BLASTOCYST TRANSFER IN TERMS OF LIVE BIRTH. K. Devine et al.
O-93 FSH SIGNALING IN HUMAN GRANULOSA CELLS IS AUGMENTED BY THE PKA REGULATORY II SUBUNIT AND RHO-GEF BINDING REGIONS OF A-KINASE ANCHORING PROTEIN 13 (AKAP13). A. Sewdass et al.
Scientific Program Prize Posters
1st Place Poster
P-528 GONADOTROPINS AND OOCYTE-SECRETED FACTORS COORDINATED REGULATION OF DDIT4A D CYR61 IN PRIMARY HUMAN CUMULUS GRANULOSA CELLS. E. Hobeika et al.
2nd Place Poster
P-744 HIGHER RATES OF MOSAIC ONLY EMBRYOS FOUND IN YOUNGER PATIENTS EVALUATED BY NEXT GENERATION SEQUENCING. J. Thorne et al.
3rd Place Poster
P-762 STRATEGIES TO ACHIEVE COMBINED NON-INVASIVE PGT-M AND PGT-A ON SPENT CULTURE MEDIA USING TARGET SEQUENCE ENRICHMENT. C. Robinson et al.
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