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Thursday, May 30, 2013
HALL C
17:00-19:00
BCGIP (COGI) CONGRESS OPENING SESSION
Chairpersons: Victor Gomel, Canada; Moshe Hod, Israel; Oktay Kadayıfçı, Turkey; Zeev Shoham, Israel
Industry support to independent research, legal code and ethical aspects
Amir Lass, Israel
New frontiers in Prenatal Diagnosis: From ultrasound to noninvasive prenatal testing
Alfred Abuhamad, USA
Istanbul: The old and the new
Victor Gomel, Canada
19:00-20:00
WELCOME RECEPTION in the Exhibition Area
Times
Friday, May 31, 2013
HALL B
08:30-10:00
NEW FRONTIERS IN PREDICTION AND PREVENTION OF PREECLAMPSIA (PE) AND IUGR
Chairperson: Howard Cuckle, UK
08:30-08:50
Differences between early and late onset placental disease - implications for screening
Ahmet Baschat, USA
08:50-09:10
Identification of Early Onset PE Vs Late Onset PE at different time points in pregnancy
Leona Poon, UK
09:10-09:30
Survival Model in Pre-eclampsia: the competing risk theory
Ranjit Akolekar, UK
09:30-09:50
Critical evaluation of potential treatments ; the case for/against Aspirin
Emmanuel Bujold, Canada
09:50-10:00
Q & A
10:00-10:30
Coffee Break in the Exhibition Area
10:30-12:30
THE PERINATAL TRIBUNAL
PROCESSING CONTROVERSIAL CASES IN DIABETIC PREGNANCY
The Honourable Judges: Moshe Hod, Israel; Hasan Ilkova, Turkey
 
GDM DIAGNOSIS
10:30-11:00
Case 1: Gestational diabetes is over diagnosed and over treated
Yes: It's over diagnosed and over treated
Zeynep Oşar Siva, Turkey
No: It's NOT over diagnosed and over treated
Yariv Yogev, Israel
  TREATMENT DURING PREGNANCY
11:00-11:30
Case 2: Can oral hypoglycaemic agents be used throughout pregnancy?
The Defence: Yes, OHA can be used
Yariv Yogev, Israel
The Prosecution: No, OHA cannot be used
Annunziata Lapolla, Italy
  DELIVERY
11:30-12:00
Case 3: Critical Evaluation
Mode of deliver of the diabetic patients
Discussants:
Salvatore Alberico, Italy
Gerard Visser, The Netherlands

12:00-12:10

Discussion

12:10-12:20

The Jury: Congress Participants

12:20-12:30

The Verdict: The Honourable Judges
12:30-13:15
Lunch Break in the Exhibition Area
13:15-14:15
Plenary Symposium (Hall B)
FROM SCIENCE FICTION TO REALITY
Capsule: There are tens of thousands of women with absolute uterine factor infertility. Furthermore, societal and regulatory restrictions preclude surrogacy in many parts of the World. Uterus transplant has been vetted in numerous arenas and has emerged as a very reasonable alternative to surrogacy and a supplement to adoption. Although successful pregnancies have been reported in animal models, is the time nearing to consider clinical translation? There are several groups of patients, mostly those treated for cancer and those beyond the reproductive age who will benefit from such technology. Is it real? Nanocarrier-mediated transport and controlled release of substrates at the cancer tissue would be probably to treatment of choice for cancer patients. The current state of this technology.
Chairpersons: Jacque Donnez, Belgium; Antonio Pellicer, Spain (Invitation was initiated by the Turkish Society of Reproductive Medicine)
 
Uterus transplantation
Giuseppe Del Priore, USA
 
The production of sperm and egg from somatic stem cells
Gerald Schatten, USA
 
Regenerative therapy with stem cell either adult and embryonic
Oktay Kadayifci, Turkey
14:15-16:15
CONTROVERSIES TO CONSENSUS
HOT TOPICS IN PERINATAL MEDICINE: MANAGEMENT OF PRETERM LABOR
Chairpersons: Acar Koç, Turkey; Luis Cabero Roura, Spain
  SETTING THE THEME
14:15-14:45
Care for women at risk for preterm birth
Vincenzo Berghella, USA
  DIAGNOSIS
14:45-15:15
Debate: Cervical Cerclage: History based approach or US based approach?
History based: Lütfü Onderoglu, Turkey
Sonography based: Gerard Visser, The Netherlands
15:15-15:30
Discussion
 
Moderator: Luis Cabero Roura, Spain
  TREATMENT
15:30-16:00
Debate: Cervical incompetence. Pessary or Cerclage?
Pessar: Maria Goya, Spain
Cerclage: Aris Antsaklis, Greece
16:00-16:10
Discussion
  Moderator: Acar Koç, Turkey

16:10-16:15

Chairperson's overview: Towards a consensus
16:15-16:45
Coffee Break in the Exhibition Area
16:45-18:45
HOT TOPICS IN PERINATAL MEDICINE: FROM THE MOTHER TO THE NEONATE
Chairpersons: Seyfettin Uludag, Turkey; Ahmet Baschat, USA
16:45-17:05
When should post-term patients be delivered?
Ahmet Baschat, USA
17:05-17:25
Do we need anomaly scan in each trimester
Yaron Zalel, Israel
17:25-17:45
Critical Evaluation: Thrombophilia and pregnancy complications: To treat or not to treat?
Jacob Bar, Israel
17:45-18:05
Debate: Universal GBS screening- For or against?
Pro: Mehmet R. Genç, USA
Con: Per-Anders Mårdh, Sweden
18:05-18:25
Screening for group b streptococcus should be done intrapartum!
Gian Carlo Di Renzo, Italy
18:25-18:35
Q & A

18:35-18:45

Chairperson's overview: Towards a consensus
Saturday, June 1, 2013
HALL B
08:30-10:00
PREGNANCY – A WINDOW OF OPPORTUNITY TO PREVENT NON COMMUNICABLE DISEASES (NCD)
Chairpersons: Riza Madazli, Turkey; Gerard Visser, The Netherlands
08:30-08:50
Setting the scene: Maternal Medicine meets Fetal Medicine
Moshe Hod, Israel
08:50-09:10
Pre-pregnancy evaluation: Fit to Conceive and Deliver
Gerard Visser, The Netherlands
09:10-09:30
Conception; The beginning of the Maternal – Placental - Fetal Dialogues
Gernot Desoye, Austria
09:30-09:50
The first Trimester; Non-Invasive Prenatal Predictors of Maternal and Fetal Disease
Maria del Mar Gil Mira, Spain
09:50-10:00
Q & A
10:00-10:30
Coffee Break in the Exhibition Area
10:30-12:30
THE PERINATAL TRIBUNAL
THE FIRST TRIMESTER - A WINDOW OF OPPORTUNITIES: SCREENING FOR ADVERSE PERINATAL OUTCOME?
The Honorable Judges: Gian Carlo Di Renzo, Italy; Moshe Hod, Israel
  THE CASE: SHOULD ALL WOMEN BE SCREENED AND WITH WHICH TEST?
10:30-11:10
MATERNAL MEDICINE
Universal thyroid screening
Özgür Deren, Turkey
Pre-existing diabetes and prediction of GDM
Hasan Ilkova, Turkey
Prediction of preeclampsia
Francesc Figueras, Spain
Prediction of preterm labor
Vincenzo Berghella, USA
11:10-11:20
Court appointed expert
Gerard Visser, The Netherlands
11:20-11:50
FETAL MEDICINE
Aneuploidy and complications; The biochemistry
Howard Cuckle, UK
Aneuploidy; Sonography
Maria del Mar Gil Mira, Spain
Congenital anomalies; Anatomy scan
Ahmet Baschat, USA
11:50-12:00
Court appointed expert
Yariv Yogev, Israel

12:00-12:15

The Jury: Congress participants

12:15-12:30

The Verdict: The Honourable Judges
12:30-13:15
Lunch Break in the Exhibition Area
13:15-14:15
 


13:15-13:30
 

13:30-13:45


13:45-14:00


14:00-14:15
Plenary Symposium (Hall B)
Critical evaluation of Prediction and Prevention of Preeclampsia
Chairpersons: Riza Madazli, Turkey; Francesc Figueras, Spain

Is there a role of uterine Doppler screening
Elisa Llurba, Spain

Risk stratification of hypertensive pregnancy disorders
Stefan Verlohren, Germany

Critical evaluation: Is prediction of preeclampsia possible?
Francesc Figueras, Spain

Critical evaluation: The use of low molecular weight heparin as prophylactic therapy in women at high risk for PET
Jacob Bar, Israel
14:15-16:15
NON INVASIVE PRENATAL DIAGNOSIS – CLOSING THE GAPS
Chairperson: Moshe Hod, Israel
14:15-14:35
The basics are still here –1st Trimester screening by NT and Biochemistry
Howard Cuckle, UK
14:35-14:55
Non-invasive prenatal testing (NIPT): cell free fetal DNA
Denis Lo, China
14:55-15:15
Non-invasive prenatal testing (NIPT): small RNAs
Noam Shomron, Israel
15:15-15:45
Debate: Are we ready to accept NIPT in clinical practice?
Yes: Allan T. Bombard, USA
No: Yuval Yaron, Israel

15:45-16:15

Discussion
16:15-16:30
Coffee Break in the Exhibition Area
16:30-18:00
CONTROVERSIES TO CONSENSUS: PRENATAL GENETIC DIAGNOSIS
Chairpersons: Denis Lo, China; Vildan Ocak, Turkey
  THE VOICE OF THE INDUSTRY ON NIPT USE
16:30-16:45
Critical Evaluation
Should NIPT be used as a first line or as a second line test
Amy Sehnert, USA
THE VOICE OF THE CLINICIANS ON ARRAY CGH
16:45-17:00
Critical Evaluation
Should array CGH testing be offered to all?
Yuval Yaron, Israel
 
EMERGING NEW INDICATIONS
17:00-17:15
Non-invasive detection of fetal subchromosone abnormalities in maternal plasma
Amy Sehnert, USA
  THE VOICE OF THE SCIENTIST
17:15-17:30
A limp to the future:
Perinatal Genetics in ………..years
Denis Lo, China
17:30-17:50
Discussion

17:50-18:00

Chairpersons' overview: Towards a consensus
18:00-19:00
ABNORMAL FETAL GROWTH - CHALLENGING THE EXTREMES
Chairpersons: Atıl Yuksel, Turkey; Moshe Hod, Israel
18:00-18:15
The role of angiogenic factors in the development of fetal heart IN IUGR
Elisa Llurba, Spain
18:15-18:30
Early vs. Late IUGR – differences in pathogenesis, diagnosis and management
Gerard Visser, The Netherlands
18:30-18:45
Stillbirth and Fetal Growth Restriction
Rinat Gabbay-Ben Ziv, Israel
18:45-19:00
Delivery timing in IUGR
Ahmet Baschat, USA
19:00
CLOSING CEREMONY

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