Awards

Five presentations at ESHRE 2022 were selected and rewarded with a prize of EURO 2,000. One additional presentation will be selected for the FSA Exchange Award. Special award committees, composed of scientists and clinicians made the selection for each award.

Basic Science Award for oral presentation

first and presenting author of the best oral presentation on a basic science topic

Sapthami Nadesapillai - Xenotransplantation of ovarian cortex tissue from young girls with Turner Syndrome in a mice model: is normal follicular development possible?

Clinical Science Award for oral presentation

first and presenting author of the best oral presentation on a clinical science topic

Christian Becker - SPIRIT long-term extension study: two-year efficacy and safety of relugolix combination therapy in women with endometriosis-associated pain

Basic Science Award for poster presentation

first and presenting author of the best poster presentation on a basic science topic

Marina Loid - Does endometrium age? The endometrial transcriptome of advanced reproductive age patients reveals the signs of cellular ageing, altered immune response and compromised receptivity

Clinical Science Award for poster presentation

first and presenting author of the best poster presentation on a clinical science topic

Juan Giles - Is Medroxiprogesterone acetate (MPA) an adequate alternative to GnRH antagonist in oocyte vitrification for non oncological fertility preservation (FP) and preimplantation genetic test (PGT-A) cycles?

The Fertility Society of Australia Exchange Award

an educational travel grant to present the data of his/her oral presentation at the annual meeting of the Fertility Society of Australia (3-7 June 2023, Gold Coast Convention Centre, Queensland, Australia)

Dorit Christina Kieslinger - The SelecTIMO study - clinical outcomes of uninterrupted embryo culture with or without time-lapse based embryo selection versus interrupted standard culture: a randomized controlled trial

The Nurses Award

best oral presentation by a nurse

Sara Somers - Uniform communication by nurses and midwives in anticipation of an IVF treatment