CNBP researchers Dr Hannah Brown, Dr Sabrina Heng and Dr Erik Schartner (pictured) presented invited talks to a range of researchers and clinicians at the ‘Scientists in Reproductive Technology (SIRT)’ conference in Adelaide on the 1st of May, 2016.
Explored in their talks were differing ways in which upcoming Centre research might find use within the embryology labs of the future – this tying into the meeting theme “From basic research to clinical practice: How to revolutionise IVF practice.”
Talk titles from the CNBP researchers were as follows:
- Hannah: Haemoglobin: Exciting and unexpected roles in fertility.
- Sabrina: Developing light-driven regenerable chemical tools for biological applications.
- Erik: Developing optical fibre probes for biosensing.
Further information on Scientists in Reproductive Technology (SIRT), a sub-group representing the scientific membership of The Fertility Society of Australia, can be found online.