Visiting professors

2019 Nijmegen: Prof. Andrew Horne, Gynaecology and Reproducive Science, University of Edinburgh; “Thinking outsite the box: managing women with unexplained chronic pelvic pain”

2018 Maastricht: Prof. Basky Thilaganathan, Fetal Medicine dept at St George’s University Hospitals in London; “Understanding late fetal growth restriction; relevance of maternal cardiovascular function”

2017 Nijmegen: niet doorgegaan

2016 Maastricht: Prof. Nick S. Macklon uit Southampton en Kopenhagen; “Human Embryo Implantation” en “Barker, the Ovary and the Gynaecologist”

2015 Nijmegen: Prof. dr. Ebbie A. Stewart; Non invasive treatment of fibroids in the post FDA era

2013 Nijmegen:  Marie-Madeleine Dolmans, Cliniques Universitaires Saint Luc, Brussel; Follikelisolatie in het kader van fertiliteitspreservatie bij vrouwen. Wie en wanneer?

2012 (in 2013) Maastricht: Graham Burton, Cambridge UK; Recent advances in knowledge on human placenta.

2011 Nijmegen: niet doorgegaan

2010 Maastricht: John O. Delancey,  University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA; Vaginal birth and pelvic floor injury

2009 Nijmegen: Diane Harper,  University of Missouri Kansas City, USA; State of the arte on HPV vaccination. The future of cervical cancer prevention

2008 (in 2009) Maastricht:  Arne Sunde,  Norwegian University of Science and technology, Trondheim, Noorwegen; Big brains, bad balls and lots of sex, that’s human. Mortality and morbidity after assisted reproduction: the henn or the egg?

2007 Nijmegen:  Dino A Giussani, University of Cambridge; Prenatal Origins of heart disease: the roles of hypoxia and oxidative stress

2006 Maastricht:  John Shepard, St Bartholomw’s Hospital London, UK; Developments in the management of cervical cancer

2005 Nijmegen: Abdul Sultan,  Mayday University Hospital, Croydon, UK; Anal sfincter rupture and vaginal delivery. Anal sphincter rupture, treatment and prevention

2004 Maastricht:  Adam Balen,  Leeds Teaching Hospitals, UK; The pathophysiology and management of intersex conditions. PCOS a condition of our time. Managing disorders of sexual development

2003 Nijmegen Karl Nygren, University of Uppsala, Sweden; Confidence building for assisted reproduction through surveillance of efficacy

2002 Maastricht:  Mark Hanson, University of Southampton, UK; Fetal origins of adults diseases- the search for mechanisms

2001 Nijmegen:  Denny AD de Petrillo, University of Toronto, Canada; State of the art on surgery of ovarian cancer

2000 Maastricht: John Collins, Mc Master University, Hamilton, Canada; Oral contraceptives and cardiovascular disease: the absolute truth. Evidences based treatment of unexplained infertility