The community of the AETE wants to share the sad news of the death of Prof. Dr. Wilhelm Kanitz, former Board member and President of the AETE from 2003 until 2006. He passed away on 13th of March 2021. Wilhelm was the head of the Department for Reproductive Biology at the Leibniz Institute for Farm Animals in Dummerstorf / Germany from 1992 until 2012.
The editor of the AETE newsletter would like to apologise for the delay in sharing this at this time. This is because much of our attention has been diverted to preparing for AETE-Lite annual meeting. We hope to share the newsletter with you in the coming days. Thank you for your patience.
Senior Director, Reproductive Biology
CTI Executive Search has been retained to identify a key research leader in reproductive biology who will bring experience in designing and building new programs and group functions, creating best-in-industry capabilities and technologies. The Senior Director Reproductive Biology (reporting to the Genus Chief Scientific Officer) ultimately provides the strategic vision and scientific leadership to a team focused on advancing reproductive technologies.
Stimulate your students to attend and present at our next annual meeting in Dublin! The board of the AETE recognizes that presenting research at conferences is a vital aspect of a student’s professional, educational and research development. Furthermore, student involvement in our conferences is fundamental to further develop our research community. To widen access to the Annual Meeting, AETE is delighted to announce the STUDENT TRAVEL GRANT. This grant will make a partial financial...
Dear Colleagues, This is your first invitation to participate in the 36th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Association of Embryo Technology in Europe (AETE) and the FIRST ONLINE AETE Meeting - AETE-Lite. Although all details remain to be agreed, AETE wants to facilitate science communication and the translation to practical application. So, you are kindly invited to submit your abstract summarizing the exciting research you have done within the frame of AETE society. IMPORTANT FOR YOU TO KNOW:...
AETE is pleased to advise you that colleagues will be holding the AET-d (Working group embryo transfer in German speaking countries)
will be 18th and 19th of June 2020 in the Clinic for Veterinary Obstetrics, Gynecology and Andrology of Large and Small of Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Justus-Liebig-University Giessen, Germany. For more details see: