DIMITRIS PAPADOPOULOS, Msc
In Vitro Fertilization IVF
The Role of the Clinical Embryologist
Expert in fertility and reproduction - IVF (In Vitro Fertilization)
Meet the person who handles your genetic material. The very first person to meet your creation
In order to help the stork find your path, a whole team of scientists participates in the In vitro Fertilization process with personalized assisted treatments..
Throughout this chain of events, the clinical embryologist plays a critical role in order to achieve a positive result and to successfully deliver your child. You can read more about this subject in detail in the following article: “The role of the Clinical Embryologists in the In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) Process”
His many years of experience, his innovative techniques and his constant retraining in medical developments, clinical studies and global health status, all constitute the key to success.
During the In Vitro Fertilization, the clinical embryologist participates in the conception process by “joining” the best ovum with the strongest sperm cell. Until the day that the embryo is transferred to the woman’s uterus, he hosts, observes and takes care of the newly formed miracle in the most suitable conditions possible in his lab.
He should also have the necessary skills and knowledge to be able to collaborate with his medical team during the transfer of the embryo and ultimately ensure the absolute success of the procedure.