Fellowship in Embryology
Learn about Embryology procedures & IVF Techniques | 1 Year Course | 8 Weeks’ Training
Embryologists study the beginning of life and the science of reproduction. An embryologist is a scientist working with sperm, eggs, and embryos. Embryologists most commonly work with physicians to assist patients who have reproductive health issues. They usually work in hospitals and fertility clinics and may also perform laboratory work, research work or seek posts in academic institutions.
- To develop youth interest in the science of embryology.
- To provide learning experiences in incubation, hatching and brooding.
- To provide learning of a life cycle through the beginning stages.
As an embryologist, students will perform diagnostic services and embryological procedures, such as in IVF at clinics and hospitals. Students will also be occupied with the collection, storing, recording, testing and fertilization of eggs from patients.
Career Opportunities in Embryology
Embryologists can work with doctors to aid patients needing reproductive help or they can work in research. An embryologist’s work may include fertility medical procedures, research, writing, or patient consultations. Individuals trained in embryology can pursue a career as a fertility researcher, embryologist and professor.