Reproductive Technologist at Cambridge IVF Took First Place in Competition

Sabrina Bennie who is one of our Reproduction Technologist at Cambridge IVF took first place in a scientific essay writing competition organised by medical device group, Vitrolife.

Her essay analysed the limited scientific literature on COVID-19 and its likely effects on male and female fertility and pregnancy and discussed the procedures used in the andrology and embryology labs here at Cambridge IVF to guarantee safety and quality of our services.

Alternative processes used by other IVF labs in different countries which were experiencing different stages of the pandemic, was also highlighted in Sabrina’s essay.

She said: “I am delighted my essay was so well received and proud of the work we have achieved here at Cambridge IVF for the benefit of our patients. The trip to Paris is a great opportunity to meet experts from our field, exchange views with colleagues, and stay up to date with the latest research in the field.”

Sabrina won a fully-funded trip to the 37th annual meeting of the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE) in Paris where she will be able to network with top scientists from across the globe.

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For more information on ESHRE, please see: https://www.eshre.eu/Annual-Meeting

Sabrina Bennie Cambridge IVF won first place in essay competition