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PCRS Annual Meeting Poster and Announcements

PFC Presents Poster at PCRS

Each year, a team of physicians and staff from Pacific Fertility Center attend the Pacific Coast Reproductive Society (PCRS) annual meeting in Palm Springs, CA. PCRS is a professional meeting and provides an educational forum for reproductive specialists, embryologists, nurses, scientists, and many others who work in infertility field.

Dr. Chenette Is the New PCRS President!

Congratulations to PFC's Dr. Philip Chenette, the new President of Pacific Coast Reproductive Society (PCRS)!

"Serving as President of Pacific Coast Reproductive Society for the next year is a real honor. PCRS is a global, interactive organization that champions the field of reproductive medicine, with a flavor of innovation and collegiality. We’ll be bringing the best that Northern California has to offer to the meeting this year," said Dr. Chenette.

Click here to learn more about PCRS.

Pictured left to right:
Philip Chenette, MD, President of PCRS for 2018; Richard Paulson, MD, President of ASRM for 2017; Alex Quaas, Program Chair of PCRS 2017; Matthew Cobb, Professor of Zoology at the University of Manchester, Lecturer, and Author of Generation: The Seventeenth-Century Scientists Who Unraveled the Secrets of Sex, Life, and Growth

Dr. Li Is the New PCRS Program Chair!

Congratulations to PFC's [Dr. Liyun Li](https://www.pacificfertilitycenter.com/fertility-specialists/liyun-li-m-d/dr-li-0), the new Program Director of the Pacific Coast Reproductive Society (PCRS)!Dr. Li is honored to serve as Program Chair on the PCRS 2018 program planning committee. What used to be a regional meeting, PCRS is now a gathering that brings clinicians, embryologists, researchers, genetic counselors, nurses, and other allied health professionals in the field of reproductive medicine from all over the US and abroad.The theme for next year’s meeting is Fertility Innovations. We will have focused discussions and presentations on innovative technologies that optimize patient care, improving pregnancy rates while reducing risks to building healthy families.Dr. Li is excited to work with Dr. Chenette, who is the current president of PCRS, to build a relevant and informative program that will improve clinical practice and foster collaboration among the participants.
Posted on May 15th, 2017
Tags: PFC Physicians

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