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Fertility Preservation in Boys: Recent Developments and New Insights

AUDE BRAYE

Fertility Preservation in Boys: Recent Developments and New Insights
Fertility Preservation in Boys: Recent Developments and New Insights
Fertility Preservation in Boys: Recent Developments and New Insights
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AUDE BRAYE

Aude Braye studied Biomedical Sciences at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel in Belgium. For her master's thesis, she studied the long-term culture of human testicular cells at the Biology of the Testis research group. After graduation, she worked for two years as a medical lab technician for the laboratory of Medical Assisted Reproduction at the Centre for Reproductive Medicine of the Universitair Ziekenhuis Brussel in Belgium. In December 2016, she rejoined the Biology of the Testis research team as a PhD student investigating how a testicular tissue biopsy procedure performed at young age for fertility preservation may affect the pubertal development and fertility of cancer patients and Klinefelter Syndrome patients.




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