About Reproductive Endocrinology

Various aspects of fertility, the reproductive hormones, disorders and secretory status, secretory products of the endocrine glands are studied in Reproductive Endocrinology. The goal of the Fellowship Program in Reproductive Endocrinology is to train practitioners who can access information on their own and use it to better understand endocrine care. By training the aspirants to take various leadership roles in the global context of endocrinology, this course will provide an in-depth comprehension of the diverse endocrinological events that occur during normal and abnormal reproductive functions to treat or manage infertility.

  • Duration:

    3 months

  • Fees:

    Rs.1,50,000/- for Indian Nationals and $4,000/- for International candidates

  • Eligibility:

    The minimum qualification for enrolment in this program is M.B.B.S, DGO, MD (Gynaec), MS (Gynaec)

What You Will Learn?

  • To impart in-depth elucidation of all aspects of an IVF cycle including pre-treatment evaluation and testing, keeping in mind the ethical and economic implications of the treatments
  • To avail the opportunity to observe various treatment procedures both through theoretical & practical classes, video feeds, and visits to the clinic and operating room for ultrasound scans, oocyte retrieval, and embryo transfer.
  • The course is ideal for both beginners and established IVF practitioners in the IVF field who are looking to further enhance their skills.
  • To develop a depth comprehension of the diverse endocrinological events

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Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion, students will have the skills and knowledge to:

  • Investigation of infertility and indications of IVF

  • Drugs used in ovarian stimulation – Evidence

  • Ovarian stimulation in IUI and luteal phase support

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