Young Investigator Awards

The Organizing Committee of the Translational Reproductive Biology and Clinical Reproductive Endocrinology with the support of the Foundation of Reproductive Medicine, is proud to announce the recipients of the Young Investigator Awards.

These prestigious awards are granted to promising young professionals (under the age of 40) whose innovative research contributes to the development and progress in the field of fertility.


1st Place Signe Altmäe

Meta-signature of endometrial receptivity genes 1211


Runner up Emanuela Molinari

Transcriptome analysis of human cumulus cells reveals hypoxia as the main determinant of follicular senescence


Runner up Maurizio Poli

Development of an ultra-sensitive proteomic methodology for the assessment of embryo viability

First place is awarded a grant of $3,000; each runner-up is awarded a grant of $1,000.

We are honored to recognize these outstanding young professionals that are continuing to drive forward fundamental clinical and basic research, and broaden tomorrow’s scientific and clinical horizons with the objective of improving patient care.

The awards will be presented during the opening ceremony session of the Conference which will take place on Friday, Nov 18, 2016 at 08:30.

Congratulations to our winners for their outstanding achievement!

All timely accepted abstracts will appear in print in the December issue of the Journal of Assisted Reproduction and Genetics (JARG).Save