As healthcare moves forward at a rapid pace, technology and expertise taken a new form
every month, for 10 months, in Mumbai & Chennai commencing July 2017.
10th & 11th Feb, 2018
Welcome to the Indian Society of Assisted Reproduction (ISAR). ISAR is a Professional National Organization of about 3000 Experts in the field of Assisted Reproduction in India, who are involved in the clinical practice of treating couples with fertility issues, embryologists who manage IVF Laboratories, and scientists involved in basic research.
Our goals are to assist women who need support to get pregnant and bring joy to the lives of couples. Our objectives are to update our members on the various advances which are occurring at exponential speed in our field of medicine, encourage scientific research, collaborate with like-minded international organizations, and promote ethical clinical practice. We also run professional educational courses to update the skills of budding gynecologists who are interested in the area of reproductive medicine.
We welcome you to visit our website which is in the process of being revamped so that we can offer more to our members. We have initiated the new look of ISAR by creating a brand new logo and introduced the “ISAR Flag”
Once A Month for 6 months. Every Second wednesday
From September 2017 till February 2018
19th - 22nd July 2018 - Kolkatta
Course with hands-on training on simulators,ovum pick up,embryo transfer,sperm preparation , ART lab procedure.
Fertility enhancing surgeries.
Webinar & panel discussion on
Optmizing Fertility in Obese PCOS.
15th July 2017, 3 Pm to 6 Pm.
Considering the rapid and remarkable developments, advances and progress in the field of Assisted Reproduction all over the world and in India, Dr. Mahendra Parikh felt the need of and mooted the idea of forming an Indian Society for promoting Assisted Reproduction.
National Congresses on Assisted Reproduction and Advances in Management of Infertility
The Society Regularly sponsors Annual National congress on Assisted Reproduction and Advances in Management of Infertility along with relevant Workshops . Eight such congresses have been held so far.