PerkinElmer Applied Genomics

Webinar Series

Here we present the first series of webinars created to help educate the field about Preimplantation Genetics and how our products are being utilized in labs around the world.  This series covers preimplantation genetics from large mammal species like cows and pigs, non-invasive testing of human embryos for chromosome gains and losses, mosaicism and the impact of transferring embryos suspected of being mosaic and testing methodologies for combining preimplantation genetic testing for specific monogenic diseases with PGT-A to improve the health of families.  We hope that you enjoy these webinars and look forward to producing more content so please stop back at our website frequently to see what is new.

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Featured PGT Webinar Series

Non-Invasive Preimplantation Genetic Testing for Embryology

Bill Venier, M.Sc, TS, ELD (ABB)
World Embryology Skills & Training (W.E.S.T.)

Deb Venier, MS, TS
World Embryology Skills & Training (W.E.S.T.)

What Can We Learn about IVF-PGT from Farm Animal Models

Prof. Darren Griffin
Professor of Genetics, School of Biosciences, University of Kent, Canterbury, UK


Transfer of Mosaic Embryos: Lessons Learned So Far

Andrea Victor, MS
Zouves Fertility Center


Non-invasive PGT-A: Where We Are and Where We Are Going

Manuel Viotti, Ph.D.
Zouves Foundation for Reproductive Medicine, Zouves Fertility Center


Combined PGT with Target Sequence Enrichment

Merve Polat, Ph.D.
Molecular Genetics Specialist at Mikrogen Reproductive Genetics Company, Ankara, Turkey


Non-Invasive PGT-A using the PerkinElmer PG-Seq™ Rapid Non-Invasive PGT-A Kit

Gary Harton, Ph.D.
Market Development Leader Genetics, PerkinElmer

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