PCRS

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July 23, 2018

In mid-March, reproductive endocrinologists, embryologists, and other fertility experts met in Palm Springs for the 66th Annual Meeting of the Pacific Coast Reproductive Society (PCRS). Here is a brief overview of a few topics covered by presenters at the meeting.

Protecting Babies from Zika

At the PCRS Annual Meeting, Gabriela Paz-Bailey, MD, MS, PhD, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), updated attendees about an ongoing public health crisis: Zika infection. In Puerto Rico, Dr. Paz-Bailey and colleagues have been tracking the behavior of the Zika virus (ZIKV) in women and men of reproductive age—a critical field of study given the devastating impact this emerging flavivirus can have on offspring.

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March 31, 2017

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.

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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