University of Padua.
Dr. Giuseppe Gullo finished his medical school in 2007 and the Residency program in obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Palermo in 2013. He performed his PhD in Medical and Surgical Biotechnology of Human Reproduction in 2017 at University of Messina.He worked at the I. V. F.Centre—IAKENTRO Thessaloniki in September–October 2010 and as PhD student in 2016 performing Ph.D thesis.
At the I. V. F. & Fetal Medicine King’s College Hospital - London from November 2010 to February 2011,than in Yale Fertility Centre, New Haven, USA (May 2011) and he performed Endoscopic Surgery (Laparoscopic-Hysteroscopy and Laparotomy ) at Sacred Heart Hospital Don Calabria—Negrar (Verona) from July 2011 to August 2012.In 2023 he performed a II level Master in reproductive medicine.at University of Padua.He is member of National and International Scientific Societies in Obstetrics-Gynecology including SIGO, SIGITE, ISGE, SIFIOG, SIGO, AOGOI, and ESHRE. He is an authorand co-author of more than 80 papers in national and international journals.
Fertility preservation is an emerging field in medicine that enables men, women, and children to maintain reproductive health when it is threatened by gonadotoxic treatment or no oncologic malignancies that can impair spermatogenesis and ovogenesis. Established methods include sperm cryopreservation or experimental testicular tissue cryopreservation for males, and oocyte cryopreservation or ovarian tissue cryopreservation for females. Fertility preservation treatments must be addressed through a multidisciplinary approach that involves gynecologists, urologists, oncologists, paediatricians, and professionals in the field of medically assisted reproduction.
In this denantality ERA a significant gaps in knowledge about age-related fertility decline, and egg cryopreservation conditions and its complications. It is crucial to impart to these women a better knowledge about fertility especially on the number of high-quality retrieved mature oocytes and live birth rates depend on women's age.