Dr. Nazik Karrar (Sudan) gained all the craftsmanship you need in an IVF lab in a 4-week training course. Through this intensive training, she was able to present high pregnancy rates in her home laboratory in the UAE.
Stephanie Buhtz (Germany) obtained the title of Master of Agricultural Sciences.
(From the Institute for Animal Breeding and Pet Genetics of the Georg-August-University Göttingen; Survivability of cryopreserved mice embryos after intermediate storage at -18°C or -79°C, Master’s thesis in the Department of Reproductive Biology and Biotechnology presented by Stephanie Buhtz Göttingen in July 2007)
Mr. A. Al Yacoub (Jordan) obtained a doctorate in agricultural sciences. Vitrification of mice blastocysts with the OPS method with the addition of various (sucrose concentrations Lecture meeting of the DGfZ and GfT on 26/27 September 2007 in Hohenheim sacrose concentrationsA). Al Yacoub, M. Gauly, J. Reischl, W. Holtz)
Dr. Moataz (Egypt) was able to carry out many publications with help of the laboratory.
Mr. Gerado Padilla (Mexico) gained the basics of micromanipulation through a 4-day ICSI training.
In summary, it is possible to unite different companies within a project. The success of training is persons have been reached.
group sizes as well as trainers who have been in the profession for more than 10 years.
The pilot course over 5 days in the DSF Labcon was conducted with 5 MTAs in Germany and enjoyed a very good response.
If you are interested, please contact DSF Labcon GmbH in Rosdorf/Göttingen.
The answers are derived from following experiences.
At the Institute for Animal Breeding and Pet Genetics in Göttingen, an IVF laboratory was set up in accordance with the latest standards. These included a vibration-free table, Varolab, a microscope Observer Fa. Zeiss, a laser with computer software Octax with Eyeware MTG, a micromanipulator company Luigs and Neumann, a work table with integrated heating plate, Varolab, a small incubator C 42, Labotect, a medium-sized 60 l incubator Fa. Labotect, a CO 2 measuring instrument 4010.
Consumables and demonstration utensils from Biomedical Instruments, Cook, Medicult, Heike Janssen and Vitrolife were also used.
In this laboratory, master and doctoral students were thus able to complete scientific work with optimal laboratory equipment and thus achieve comprehensible good results. At the same time, courses for interested persons of all disciplines of laboratory work of assisted reproduction could be carried out. The industry was able to clarify questions for its products in the shortest possible time with experienced specialists and a permanent industrial exhibition was available to all.
The laboratory represented a symbiosis that brought maximum benefits to science, industry and the sole proprietorship of Dragon IVF International.
The laboratory came to its full utilization by using the students. The evaluation study has been successfully completed.