The Master’s Degree in Gynecological Endocrinology and Infertility was developed by Ingenes Institute and the Sonora University.
In order to train competent personnel for the correct diagnosis and treatment of conditions causing infertility, the Master was created focused on the application of high and low-complexity assisted reproduction techniques.
Despite the surprising number of advance in the Assisted Reproduction area, over the last decade, there are still many questions that need to be answered, making it a fascinating field offering multiple opportunities for professional development.
Furthermore, specialists in the study and treatment of infertility have the opportunity to transform lives by giving couples the possibility of starting a family.
Why study at Ingenes?
Ingenes is supported by the National Science and Technology Council (CONACYT) and is recognized by international institutions such as the Latin American Assisted Reproduction Network and the Illinois Fertility Centers.
With the aim of developing new technologies that favor the resolution of infertility and genetic problems by achieving the highest probability of pregnancy in the fewest number of attempts, at Ingenes we work on various research projects, such as the study of germ cells, non-invasive prenatal diagnosis and the analysis of implantation markers.
Ingenes brings together a team of specialists from various areas and has cutting edge facilities and cutting-edge technology in constant renewal.
It is the only fertility center in Mexico that offers microarray technology to the public as a genetic diagnosis service, and its genetic research laboratory is one of the few in Mexico that has WGA technology for DNA expansion.
All of this allows us to carry out pioneering procedures in assisted reproduction and offer the best attention to more than 1,000 couples annually.
With have the largest market share in Mexico in terms of resolution of complex cases; success rates that surpass the average of U.S. fertility clinics and a vocation for quality that spurs us on to continually improve what we do and how we do it.
Sonora University Alliance
The University of Sonora (Universidad de Sonora, abbreviated as Unison) is a public university in the northwestern state of Sonora, Mexico, that has a strong research program.
According to the Mexican National Center for Evaluation for Higher Education (CENEVAL), Sonora has recently ranked 5th in the Mexican university ranking survey.
It has six post-graduate subjects accredited in the level of academic excellence for the “Mexican Research Council in Science and Technology” (Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología de México, CONACYT).
It is currently, leader of the National Association of Mexican Higher Education Institutions (ANUIES) in northwestern Mexico.
It is Sonora’s state most valuable cultural and scientific patrimony due to the magnitude and quality of its human and material resources, its number of students, the presence of its graduates and, above all, as a player in regional history.
The six campuses located in a geographical strategic area, allow the institution to play an essential role in a wide area of influence and promote new and differentiated educational options.
Through an alliance with the Sonora University, Ingenes Institute is able to generate and apply new discoveries to the challenges presented by global development in the current millennium.
The Master’s Program in Gynecological Endocrinology and Infertility is aimed at doctors specialized in Gynecology and Obstetrics who can continue with their professional work during the program.
The master’s program lasts two years and a thesis defense is required in order to obtain the master degree in Gynecological Endocrinology and Infertility.
After being graduate, the thesis is developed by the graduates at Ingenes Institute which leads us to the generation of new lines of clinical research, as well as the improvement of the existing ones.
Due to our educational program, Ingenes has delivered two graduated generations and is currently forming two upcoming groups of students. We are proud to say Ingenes has contributed to improve the professional skills of approximately 65 world-class experts.