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In this session, Maria Escribá, Clinical Embryologist, IVF Laboratory and Andrology at Equipo Juana Crespo, Valencia, Spain, has discussed all the steps of quality management in the IVF lab, what systems are used and its purpose.
Maria Escribá is a Clinical Embryologist, IVF Laboratory and Andrology at Equipo Juana Crespo, Valencia, Spain.
Maria has a Master’s degree in Biotechnology of Assisted Human Reproduction and has obtained her degree in Biological Sciences in 2010 from the University of Valencia.
Maria has developed an intense professional career as a clinical embryologist in different international centres, such as the Boston Place Clinic (London), the Mater Dei Hospital (Malta) and the Homerton University Hospital NHS Trust (London).
In addition to her work as an embryologist, she works as an investigator and many of her publications and posters have been selected by the main international congresses, such as ESHRE, the ASRM and the BFS.
Caroline Kulczycka is an International Patient Coordinator who has been supporting IVF patients for over 2 years. Always eager to help and provide comprehensive information based on her thorough knowledge and experience whether you are just starting or are in the middle of your IVF journey. She’s a customer care specialist with +10 years of experience, worked also in the tourism industry, and dealt with international customers on a daily basis, including working abroad. When she’s not taking care of her customers and patients, you’ll find her traveling, biking, learning new things, or spending time outdoors.
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