Julia Kamenetskaya, PhD

Embryologist

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18 August, 18:00

Stockholm, Sweden

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17 September, 15:00

Oslo, Norway

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29 September, 17:00

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01 October, 15:00

Bergen, Norway

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Member of the European Society for Human Reproduction & Embryology (ESHRE).


Degree in embryology in Leningrad State University.

1988 –1992 - Research assistant in the laboratory of early human embryogenesis of the D.O. Ott Research Institute of Obstetrics and Gynecology, St.Petersburg.


1993 – 1995 - Embryologist in the International Center for Reproductive Medicine, St.Petersburg.

1995 – Training on IVF and ICSI in the USA under the “SABIT” program. Participation in launching the ICSI program in Russia. She was the first Russian embryologist to perform an intra cytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) that resulted in conception and successful delivery.

From 2003 Embryologist in "AVA-PETER".

Author of 7 publications.


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