CRB Webinars Session 5

CRB Webinars Session 5: Thursday, September 16, 2021 • 5:00 P.M. EDT

Contributions of the Male Gamete To Reproductive Outcomes: Advanced Paternal Age

By Dolores Lamb, Ph.D., HCLD(ABB)

Thursday, September 16, 2021, 5:00 P.M. EDT • 1.0 Contact Hour PEER-approved

Topics include:

  • The Most Frequent Genetic Syndromes in Offspring Conceived with Sperm from an Older Man
  • Identifying the Known Birth Defects, Syndromes and Obstetrical Complications Associated with Paternal Age
  • The Emerging Data Showing the Presence of Increased Sperm DNA Hypermethylation with Increased Paternal Age
  • Understanding the Importance of Paternal Aging and the Incidence of Germline De Novo Copy Number Variations, Mutations, Indels and Epimutations in Offspring

About our speaker:

Dolores J. (Dorrie) Lamb, Ph.D., HCLD(ABB)
Weill Cornell Medicine
New York, New York

Dr. Lamb is Vice Chair for Research in the Department of Urology and Director of the Center for Reproductive Genomics. She holds the Dow Professorship of Urology. Dr. Lamb a highly recognized NIH-funded researcher in the fields of urology, male infertility, steroid hormone action, prostate cancer and genitourinary birth defects. Her experience is unique as she has an extensive background in both the clinical diagnostic and the basic science arenas in men's health as well as having a remarkable record of achievement in the mentoring and development of clinician-scientists. She is a former president of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM), American Association of Bioanalysts (AAB) and five other national societies and serves on the American Board of Bioanalysis as secretary treasurer. She is the recipient of the Distinguished Researcher Award from ASRM, the American Society of Andrology Distinguished Andrologist Award, the Ramon Gutierras and John L. Duckett Lecturer at the AUA's annual meetings, and the Distinguished Mentor Awards from the American Urologic Association Foundation, The Endocrine Society and the Society of Women in Urology.

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