POSTGRADUATE COURSE WITH INTERNSHIPS IN OVOCLINIC LABORATORIES
The Ovoclinic group, the Materno-Infantil University Hospital Torrecardenas and the University of Almeria all collaborate in this theoretical and practical course, to give students complete experience in reproductive medicine.
The Ovoclinic modern laboratories (andrology, embryology and research) are used in their Marbella and Madrid branches, along with those in the Materno-Infantil University Hospital in Torrecardenas, Almeria.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
The postgraduate course has a maximum of 25 students and is directed by Miguel Angel Vilches Ferron (Clinical Embryologist and Human Assisted Reproduction Laboratory Manager, Materno-Infantil Univerisity Hospital, Torrecardenas) and Carmen Maria Rodriguez Lopez from the department of Nursing Sciences, Physiotherapy and Medicine, University of Almeria.
The practical part of the course is for two months, until 130 hours of training are completed, and can be done in the Ovoclinic facilities. These laboratories have the quality certifications of ISO 9001:2015 and UNE 179007:2013, awarded by Bureau Veritas.
The most up-to-date technology and combined knowledge of more than 20 years of activity at Ovoclinic, are at the disposal of students of this Postgraduate University Specialist Course in Human Assisted Reproduction.
WHAT DO YOU THINK OF OUR COURSES?
The best thing has been how the teacher has adapted to the level of each student. Always trying to make the most of time. We have received magnificent treatment and learned the basics of the technique well.
I especially liked the treatment that all the staff gave us, very friendly and willing to lend us a hand with any questions we had. The very complete agenda and the practices are with real ovules to be able to practice the techniques that they taught us. I felt really happy.
I signed up for the course without having any practice in an assisted reproduction laboratory with the purpose of seeing how it works. I encourage all students who are thinking of taking a reproduction course to do so with Ovobank, one of the few that offer courses in which Biology students can enroll.