Rishina Bansal

Rishina Bansal Embryologist and Authors of “Making Babies the IVF way” 10+ years’ experience in the IVF industry revolving around core embryology skills like gamete handling, Embryo grading and embryo biopsy with the ability to train and manage Lab Personnel to ensure smooth functioning of an IVF Laboratory. She holds a double Master’s degree in Embryology (IVI, Spain) and Biotechnology (University of Houston, USA) She has worked in eminent IVF Chains like Pulse India, Bourn Hall Clinic, Nova IVI fertility. Her last few roles have been as a Manager wherein she has shown her troubleshooting skills to achieve high clinical Pregnancy rates using standardized embryology practice across multiple laboratories. She has been invited as faculty and presented papers in various national and International conferences. She has authored and co-authored various chapters in Scientific publications.

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Similarity between your IVF treatment and natural conception

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What is Embryo Transfer?

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What is the role of an embryologist?

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Frequently Asked Questions regarding your fertility treatment

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Equipment and Lab Personnel in an IVF Laboratory

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Key Performance Indicators (KPI) in an embryology laboratory

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Embryo grading and its importance

Until a few years back, it felt as if knowing how to do good ICSI, is all that matters in embryology. That,...

How to Induct a Junior Embryologist In Your IVF Laboratory?

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