The Mumbai Obstetric & Gynecological Society

The Mumbai Obstetric and Gynaecological Society mogs

Glimpse - MOGS - Outreach Programme
held on 16th July 2016

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Mogs organized a program at Sahara Star ,parle east , on 16th July 2016; with Prof Russel Reiter from USA as a guest speaker.Prof Russel J. Reiter, is Professor of Cell Biology at the UT Health ScienceCenter, San Antonio, Texas, USA. He has been awarded three Honorary Doctor of Medicine degrees and one honorary Doctor of Sciencedegree from European universities and is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of PinealResearch His major research interests relate to themechanisms of action of melatonin as a free radical scavenger and as anantioxidant and its role in circadian biology.And has done extensive research on melatonin and pineal body and has been working in this field for more than 2 decades.

Prof Reiter gave an extremely informative talk on role of melatonin in infertility. The Chairperson - FOGSI secretary general - DrHrishikeshPai gave his valuable inputs on the use of these drugs in their practice and also conducted the discussion further on with the audience.

The talk was very well appreciated and was followed by interactive session with the audience The session was really enjoyed and appreciated by all. We had a full hall with 250 delegates for the CME with people standing at the back of the hall. The talk was then followed by panel discussion on Interesting case scenarios in infertility , conducted by Dr. NanditaPalshetkar. The panelists were Dr. KiranCoeloho, Dr Pratik Tambe, Dr. Ameya Purandare, Dr. Hrishikesh D. Pai, Dr. KedarGanla, Dr. Mohan Gadam, and Dr. KaushalKadam

DrPritiVyas was the master of ceremony and the program was supported by educational grant from Sun Pharma.

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