As you may all know, it has been a busy month for me and my team at New Hope Fertility Center. At the end of September, the first live birth using human oocytes reconstituted by spindle nuclear transfer for Mitochondrial DNA mutation was achieved by New Hope Fertility Center team.
On October 13th and 14th, we hosted the annual Assisted Reproductive Technologies World Congress in Mandarin Oriental NYC. Reproductive specialists from all over the world attended. Here, my team and I presented the technique involved with spindle nuclear transfer.
On October 19th during the ASRM conference in Salt Lake City, my team and I had a press briefing and presented this latest technology breakthrough to the scientific society. Below is an audio recording of the press briefing during the conference.
On October 28th, I was honored to be invited to speak at the 6th Regional Translational Research in Mitochondria, Aging, and Disease Symposium in Pennsylvania to present our findings on treating mitochondrial disease with other scientists and reaching out to families who may need this type of treatment.