WORKSHOP ON MALE INFERTILITY 
09:00-10:30
THE ANDROLOGY LAB IN 2015
Capsule

Male infertility research and sperm tests are plagued with several limitations that make it doubtful that there will ever be an “ultimate test”

Chairpersons

David Mortimer, Canada
Ulrik Kvist
, Sweden
Tamas Fél, Switzerland

09:00-09:30 The limiting effect of poor quality semen analysis data on male infertility research
Cristina Sanchez Pozo, Spain
09:30-10:00 Update on human sperm physiology research: 2015 ± 5 years
Sara Martins Da Silva, UK 

10:00-10:30 The quest for the ultimate sperm function test
David Mortimer, Canada

10:50-12:20
MALE INFERTILITY-SPERM DNA DAMAGE
Capsule

DNA damage is an important factor in male infertility, can it be modified? 

Chairpersons  David Mortimer, Canada 
Cristina Sanchez Pozo, Spain
Jakab Attila, Hungary 
10:50-11:20

Measuring sperm DNA damage: Are all tests created equal?
Ulrik Kvist, Sweden

11:20-11:50 Sperm DNA damage caused by oxidative stress: Can it be modified by changes in lifestyle?
Ciara Wright, Ireland
11:50-12:20 Critical analysis from a clinical chemist's perspective of the test methods currently in clinical use

12:30-14:00
TREATING MALE FACTOR INFERTILITY
Capsule Is it risk free? Is ICSI safe and effective enough to treat all ART patients?
Chairpersons Ulrik Kvist, Sweden
Norbert Gleicher, USA
Istvan Albert, Hungary
12:30-13:00

SEMen QUAlity studies (SEMQUA)
David Mortimer, Canada


13:00-14:00
13:00-13:20
13:20-13:40
13:40-14:00 


Debate: ICSI for all?
The rationale for using ICSI for all IVF cases: 
Simon Fishel, UK
Why we shouldn't use ICSI for all IVF cases: David Mortimer, Canada
Discussion


16:40-18:10
OPERATIONS BEFORE IVF TREATMENT
Chairpersons

Eniko Berkes, Germany
Victor Gomel, Canada
Leila Adamian, Russia

 Capsule

Mechanical factors affecting  fertility are common but   lend themselves to treatment

16:40-17:00

Endometrioma, endometrioma excision and ovarian reserve
Baris Ata, Turkey


17:00-17:45

17:00-17:15

17:15-17:30

17:30-17:45
 
Debate
Proposition: Endometrial scratch can improve implantation
Salim Daya, Canada
Opposition: No proof that endometrial scratch can improve implantation
Nicholas Zech, Austria
Discussion
 
17:45-18:10
Fertility preservation in women with endometriosis
Edgardo Somigliana, Italy

09:00-10:30
REPRODUCTIVE SURGICAL PROCEDURES
Chairpersons Attila Bokor, Hungary
Edgardo Somigliana, Italy
Victor Gomel, Canada
Capsule The million Euro question, do we need robots in gynecological surgical procedusres?
09:00-09:30 Surgical technique for adenomyosis
Eniko Berkes, Germany

09:30-10:30

09:30-09:50
09:50-10:10
10:10-10:30

Debate: Robotic surgery is an expensive tool that carries no real message for the clinican
Not true: Eniko Berkes, Germany
True: Nikos Vlachos, Greece
Discussion


10:50-12:20
DEEP ENDOMETRIOSIS 
Chairpersons
Edgardo Somigliana, Italy
Péter Lukovich, Hungary

10:50-11:35

10:50-11:05
11:05-11:20
11:20-11:35
 

Debate: In endometriosis and infertility
Immediate ART: Salim Daya, Canada
Immediate surgery: Istvan Argay, Hungary
Discussion

 

11:35-12:20

11:35-11:50

11:50-12:05



12:05-12:20
 

Debate: Which operative technique should be preferred for deep endometriosis? 
Proposition: NOSE technique in the management of deep infiltrating colorectal endometriosis
Attila Bokor, Hungary 
Opposition: Conventional laparoscopic bowel resection to prevent surgical complications in the management of deep endometriosis
Péter Lukovich,
Hungary
Discussion

12:30-14:00
TREATMENT OF FIBROIDS
Chairperson

Norbert Gleicher, USA

 Capsule

Fibroids are encountered in increasing frequency in IVF patients as the mean age of patients rises.  Do we have to treat them all?

12:30-13:00

What evidence supports that fibroids should be operated before IVF?
Rogerio Lobo, USA

13:00-13:30
Endoscopic myomectomy in infertility: Limitations and complications
Attila Vereczkey, Hungary 
13:30-14:00 SPRMs mechanism of action on fibroids
Philippe Bouchard, France

14:50-16:20
HOW TO PERFORM AND PRESENT A RESEARCH?
Capsule

The basic commitments of physicians to treat and teach is enriched by the role of researching and publishing.  The objectives of this session are to have an overview of the basic principles of study design, publication and research

Chairpersons Edgardo Somigliana, Italy
Madelon van Wely, The Netherlands
14:50-15:20 Principles of study design
Madelon van Wely, The Netherlands
15:20-15:50 How to give an oral presentation
Edgardo Somigliana, Italy

15:50-16:20 How to write a scientific paper
Baris Ata, Turkey