Shevach Friedler

Prof. Shevach Friedler is an associate professor at the Sackler School of Medicine, Tel-Aviv University and a senior physician at the Infertility and In-Vitro Fertilization Unit, at Assaf-Harofeh Medical Center, Israel, a university affiliated IVF unit, treating over 1000 IVF/ICSI cycles per year. He is also the director of the male and female infertility clinic of Kupat Cholim Meuchedet, Tel-Aviv. Prof. Friedler obtained his at the Medical faculty of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Following residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology in Jerusalem, he has done fellowship in Reproductive Endocrinology at Stanford University, California, USA. For the last twenty years he works in the field of infertility and in vitro fertilization. His scientific interests include infertility both male and female. He has authored over 85 publications including original articles, case reports, chapters in books and more, dealing with various aspects of infertility treatments, hysteroscopy, several pioneering papers concerning surgical sperm retrieval in azoospermic patients as well as different treatment modalities in in-vitro fertilization especially focusing on means improving implantation.

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The field of In Vitro Fertilization is a relatively new field in medicine, constantly on the move. This field is an exquisite example of the vast power in the complementary use of basic research with clinical practice and opened a new route of great basic and clinical research possibilities. The knowledge base that allowed the accomplishment of the idea of in vitro fertilization and embryo transfer has much developed since. The vast body of research pertaining to this field allowed deepening our understanding in the processes related to reproduction. In this book on in vitro fertilization we present new and interesting updated information in various aspects of this field. This work is a result of collaborative work of an international group of professionals dedicated to contribute to the advancement of our knowledge.

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