Julia Voznesenskaya, MD, is a Gynecologist-reproductologist and Head of Clinic of reproductive and prenatal medicine at European Medial Centre in Moscow, Russia. From 2002 to 2004 worked as a reproductologist in Norway, having previously obtained a doctor’s diploma and a specialist’s diploma in Norway and received a full medical license to practice in Norway. After returning to Russia, they worked as an obstetrician-gynecologist, underwent additional advanced training courses: “Waiting in the practice of a gynecologist”, TU in mammology, training in ultrasonic hysterosalpingoscopy. Since 2006, she began her practice as a reproductologist (IVF, cycle management, controlled induction of ovulation, insemination, IVF with a donated egg, IVF with a surrogate mother, etc.). She hosted a reception in leading clinics of Azerbaijan. In 2008, at the ESHRE conference in Amsterdam, reported the results of a study on preventing ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome. In 2009, she completed an internship at CATO Clinic (Tokyo, Japan), where she took part in developing a protocol for minimal ovarian stimulation, and in 2010 the results of this work were reported at a conference in Yokohama, Japan. In 2011, she completed an internship on the organization of gynecological clinics, including IVF laboratories in Hong Kong. In 2016, Julia Voznesenskaya became one of the three best reproductologists in Moscow.
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