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Reproductive Medicine

Nuria Pellicer

Valencia

  • Degree in Medicine, University of Valencia (2009- 2015).
  • Own Master’s Degree in Advanced Gynaecological Endoscopic Surgery. 17th edition. University of Valencia.
  • Own Master’s Degree in Human Reproduction, 24th edition. University of Valencia
  • PhD in Medicine, CUM LAUDE. Autologous ovarian bone marrow transplant in women with low ovarian reserve and early ovarian failure, to rejuvenate the ovarian niche and promote follicular development.
  • Gynaecologist specialising in Assisted Reproduction at IVI Valencia since 2022.
  • IIS La Fe Fellowship, Post-Residency Grants. 2020-2022
  • Specialist Healthcare Physician – Specialist in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Women’s Healthcare, Hospital Universitario La Fe. 2020
  • Residency in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at La Fe University Hospital. 2016 – 2020

 

Coordinator of the modules of Endocrine and Physiological Bases of Reproduction and Infertility for:

  • Official Master’s Degree in Biotechnology of Assisted Human Reproduction
  • Master’s Degree in the Biotechnology of Human Assisted Reproduction and Embryology
  • Master of Continuing Education in Theoretical Bases and Laboratory Procedures in Assisted Reproduction
  • Master of Continuing Education in Human Reproduction
  • Extraordinary Award for Medicine 2015, University of Valencia
  • Third prize in final project residency 2020
  • PhD in Medicine, CUM LAUDE. Autologous ovarian bone marrow transplant in women with low ovarian reserve and early ovarian failure, to rejuvenate the ovarian niche and promote follicular development. 2020

 

Dr. Pellicer has participated as a researcher in several clinical research projects, including phase II and phase III clinical trials, she has given more than 20 lectures and has published more than 12 scientific papers and 6 book chapters. Her current research is based on ovarian rejuvenation with autologous stem cells and platelet-rich plasma in patients with low ovarian reserve and early ovarian failure, understanding the origin of pre-eclampsia in assisted reproduction treatments and analysis of the effect of protein expression in patients with PCOS.

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