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  1. Effect of sphingosine-1-phosphate on activation of dormant follicles in murine and human ovarian tissue

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  2. Follicular hormone dynamics during the midcycle surge of gonadotropins in women undergoing fertility treatment

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  3. Inhibin-B secretion and FSH isoform distribution may play an integral part of follicular selection in the natural menstrual cycle

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  4. Reply: Methodological considerations in measuring different AMH splice forms using ELISA: validity of proAMH ELISA

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  1. Characterization and Survival of Human Infant Testicular Cells After Direct Xenotransplantation

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  2. Reintroducing serum FSH measurement during ovarian stimulation for ART

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  3. Fertility preservation in boys facing gonadotoxic cancer therapy

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  4. Expression and Role of INSL3 in the Fetal Testis

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The generation of scientists and physicians that took part in starting the whole era of modern-assisted reproduction is currently close to retirement or has already left research. A new generation is about to take over and the profession is facing a massive transgenerational transition. Since current treatments have reached a plateau in success rates and costs, new research and development is required to further advance the field. Today, multi-disciplinary platforms including numerous research areas, not previously integrated in our field, are fundamental to achieve new clinical approaches. Structured, broader and purposeful education of young researchers should be intensified and prioritized, and innovative educational initiatives are needed to facilitate 'thinkers' and advance developments in the field of assisted reproduction.

Original languageEnglish
JournalMolecular Human Reproduction
Volume24
Issue number8
Pages (from-to)426-429
Number of pages4
ISSN1360-9947
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Publication statusPublished - 25 Jun 2018

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