Collaboration with research leaders
The partnership will also help fund research and development projects that lead to new solutions, devices, treatments and processes being trialed at CRG. The data collected from these projects will be shared to help inform future research, developments and patient treatment projects.
“We see multiple benefits coming from this partnership allowing us to further extend our training activities in this field of expertise, to ensure the ongoing development of fertility specialists across the globe. Allowing clinicians and researchers to practice and perform hands-on clinical and laboratory aspects, and practices of assisted reproductive technologies and surgery, will provide them with the skills, experience and precision needed to increase success rates, benefiting patients,” said UZ Brussel Chief Executive Officer Professor Dr Marc Noppen.
“This new training facility will also guide our approach to reproductive medicine and future research, as this collaboration gives us the opportunity to work closely with a leader in the industry that specializes in medical devices, media, and genetics.”