Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) June 29, 2012
Sher Fertility Institute announced today that its next live infertility webinar would be held on Tuesday, July 17th, covering the topic of Embryo Implantation Dysfunction. The webinar will be presented by Geoffrey Sher, MD, Executive Medical Director of Sher Fertility Institute.
The format of the webinar will be a 15-20 minute presentation by Dr. Sher, followed by a question/answer session. Participants will be able to type their infertility questions into a form where Dr. Sher can read and respond to them live. The discussion will cover immunologic implantation problems as well as anatomical and chromosomal abnormalities that affect embryo implantation.
“This is a unique format, in that we have the ability to appear live on camera, while intermixing this with slides and graphics in order to enhance the presentation,” said Dr. Sher. “We have found that the question and answer portion helps engage the audience and personalize the information.”
This is Dr. Sher’s third webinar of the year and the fourth webinar for Sher Fertility Institute overall. Past topics have included the following:
After the live presentations, the infertility webinars are archived online for viewers to access at their convenience.
Sher Fertility Institute has been hosting web chats for many years, but until recently, the format didn’t include live video and slides. The new format has received positive feedback from viewers. For additional information or to register for this webinar, please visit the Sher Fertility Institute website.
About Sher Fertility Institute
Sher Fertility Institute is a national network of eight fertility clinics across the United States specializing in cutting-edge technology, personalized fertility treatment and compassionate care. Locations include Las Vegas, NV; Dallas, TX; St. Louis, MO; Peoria, IL; Lehigh Valley, PA; Bedminster, NJ; New York City, NY; and Westchester Co., NY. Founder Dr. Geoffrey Sher established the first private In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) program in the United States in 1982. Dr. Sher and his colleagues have been influential in the development of dozens of important breakthroughs in the field of reproductive care.