ART Lab Solutions to launch at International Embryo Technology Society Conference 2018

To commemorate it’s official launch, ART Lab Solutions will be an exhibitor at the International Embryo Technology Society (IETS) annual conference in 2018, Bangkok, Thailand.

If you’re heading over, please ensure you come by and say hello to the ART Lab Solutions team and check out our range of products!

About International Embryo Technology Society

The IETS provides access to the most current research and clinical procedures associated with ovulation, superovulation, gonadotropins, IVM, IVF, embryonic developmental stages, oocyte cryopreservation, embryo transfer/cloning as well as the follicle, embryo, oocyte, and sperm cell.

Conference details:

Date: January 13-16, 2018
Where: Shangri-La Hotel Bangkok, Bangkok, Thailand

Co-Chairs: Trudee Fair and Daniel Salamone
THEME: “Building an Embryo: A Fertile Journey”

Find out more about the conference here.

 

Meet our Founder, Professor Jeremy Thompson

My overall research interest is the impact of the micro-environment surrounding oocytes and embryos, especially nutritional factors, within both the in vivo (follicular/oviduct/uterine) and in vitro environment. This encompasses the following research:

Hypoxia, Hypoxia inducible factors and their role in reproduction

My laboratory has had a long standing interest in the role of oxygen concentration in regulating events within the female reproductive tract. This is primarily because both oocytes (within follicles) and pre-implantation stage embryos (especially within the uterus) develop in what is normally considered low oxygen concentration environments. We have focussed on the role of the transcription factor, Hypoxia Inducible Factor, in regulating a number of transitional events, such as follicle antrum formation, corpus luteum formation, early embryo development and implantation.

Read Jeremy’s Profile here: https://researchers.adelaide.edu.au/profile/jeremy.thompson

Name change to ART Lab Solutions coming soon

ART Lab Solutions has been successful in “spinning out” into a separate entity from the University of Adelaide.  Formally known as IVF VET solutions, we have undergone a name change and endeavour to grow the existing and potential cattle IVP market.

ART Lab Solutions maintains an active research and development association with The University of Adelaide and our established client base. This has been key to product development and the success of continually improving media formulations and IVPE developmental competence for cattle.

The company is in the process of registering its existing product portfolio with the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA), to give the company a strong commercial advantage.  With APVMA accreditation and a strong track record of success, the company will continue to market its products internationally, and will pursue immediate opportunities nationally, as well as across Southeast Asia, China and the South Pacific.