CCRM: CCRM/NFFR Nominated for Prize Paper at 2011 ASRM Conference

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Project Description

June 30, 2011

Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine

CCRM/NFFR will be presenting 15 abstracts at the American Society for Reproductive Medicine’s (ASRM) annual conference to be held October 15-19 in Orlando, Florida.

“Advanced Paternal Age Negatively Impacts Reproductive Outcome” was nominated for the distinguished Prize Paper award.

2011 ASRM ABSTRACT LIST

CCRM/FLC/NFFR

  1. Advanced Paternal Age Negatively Impacts Reproductive OutcomeMandy Katz-Jaffe, John Crocker and Jason ParksOral – Monday 11:15-1:00 Prize Paper Abstract Presentation
  • The Molecular Signature of Cumulus Cells is Compromised in Infertile Women of Advanced Maternal AgeSusanna McReynolds, Shane Mitchell, Monika Dzieciatkowska, Kirk Hansen, William Schoolcraft and Mandy Katz-JaffeOral – Wednesday 11:15-1:00 Reproductive Biology: Human Studies
  • Microdose GnRH Agonist Flare Protocol Results in Lower Incidence of Chromosome Aneuploid BlastocystsWilliam Schoolcraft, Eric Surrey, Debra Minjarez, Robert Gustofson and John StevensPoster Session – Wednesday 7-9am
  • Human Blastocysts Exhibit Unique MicroRNA Profiles in Relation to Maternal Age and Chromosome ConstitutionBlair McCallie, Jason Parks, Robyn Loper, Holly Buttermore, William Schoolcraft and Mandy Katz-JaffeOral – Monday 4:15-6:15 Reproductive Biology: Human Studies
  • Trophectoderm Gene Expression Profiles: Development of a Predictive Model for IVF Outcome Jason C. Parks, Blair McCallie, Lauren Vanderlinden, and Mandy Katz-JaffeOral – Wednesday 3:15-5:45 Reproductive Biology: Human Studies
  • Expression of DNA Repair Genes in Blastocysts Derived from Infertile Women with PCOSAlyssa Strieby, Blair McCallie and Debra MinjarezPoster Session – Tuesday 7-9am
  • Single Blastocyst Transfer after Comprehensive Chromosome Screening and Vitrification Results in Improved Clinical Outcome  William Schoolcraft, Terry Schlenker, Eric Surrey, Debra Minjarez, Robert Gustofson and Mandy Katz-JaffeOral – Tuesday 4:15-6:15 Cryopreservation and Frozen Embryo Transfer: Clinical – ART
  • Abnormal Ovarian Reserve Predicts a Higher Incidence of Aneuploid BlastocystsMandy Katz-Jaffe, Eric Surrey, Debra Minjarez, Robert Gustofson, John Stevens, and William SchoolcraftOral – Tuesday 4:15-6:15 Outcome Predictors-Clinical: ART
  • Clinical Success with Two Rounds of Vitrification and Comprehensive Chromosome ScreeningTerry Schlenker, Sue McCormick, Mary Rawlins and John StevensOral – Wednesday 11:15-1:00 Cryopreservation and Frozen Embryo Transfer: Lab – ART
  • Repeat CCS Cycles will Typically Result in Some Euploid Blastocysts for Transfer in Women of Advanced Maternal AgeJohn Stevens, Robyn Loper, Holly Buttermore and Eric SurreyPoster Session – Wednesday 7-9am
  • Fatty Acid Oxidation During In Vitro Maturation of Mouse Oocytes is Essential for Subsequent Embryo DevelopmentMelissa Paczkowski, Kevin Strauss, and Rebecca KrisherOral – Tuesday 4:15-6:15 Procedures & Techniques – Lab:ART
  • Activation of Dormant Follicles Followed by Production of Viable Embryos and Offspring Via In Vitro Maturation and Fertilization Rebecca Krisher, Melissa Paczkowski, Kevin Strauss and William SchoolcraftOral – Tuesday 4:15-6:15 Fertility preservation
  • GnRH-Agonist (GnRH-A) Trigger in GnRH-Antagonist Cycles Compared to Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG) Trigger in Long Luteal Leuprolide Downregulation (LL) Cycles for Hyperresponding Oocyte DonorsRobert Gustofson, Eric Surrey, and Debra Minjarez Poster Session

Joint Abstracts with RMA-NJ

  • Trophectoderm Biopsy for Single-Gene Disorder Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD) is Significantly More Reliable than Day 3 Blastomere BiopsyEric Forman, Kathleen Ferry, Ndeye-Aicha Gueye, Robin Smith, John Stevens and Richard ScottPoster Session – Wednesday 7-9am
  • Polar Body Morphology is Not Predictive of its Cell Division OriginJing Su, Jessyca Campos, Sue McCormick, Mary Rawlins, Robin Smith and Nathan TreffOral – Tuesday 4:15-6:15 Reproductive Biology: Human Studies
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