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Paolo Emanuele Levi Setti
Paolo Emanuele Levi Setti IRCCS Istituto Clinico Humanitas via Manzoni 56, 20089, Rozzano (Milan) Italy
From 1988 to 1996 Prof. Levi Setti chaired the infertility and assisted reproduction unit of the Dept. of Obstetrics and Gynaecology - S.Paolo Biomedical Institute - University of Milan School of Italy operating in assisted reproduction. He coordinated from 1989 to 1996 the first European centre for assisted reproduction for HIV serodiscordant couples. Since 1994 he is invited lecturer at the 1st postgraduate School in Obstetrics and Gynecology and he is invited lecturer in the graduate course of Obstetrics and Gynaecology - University of Milan, School of Medicine. Involved since the earliest development of endoscopy in gynaecology, he followed the evolution of this surgical approach performing, over 20 years of activity.His Department has run for many years one of the largest ART programs in our country and in Europe. His research interest has, over the last few years, focused on the mechanisms of implantation, on the preservation of female and male fertility and on the complications and outcome of assisted reproduction. He has been the scientific organizer of several international meetings and training courses in Reproductive Medicine. He is currently running a second mandate (2011-2013) as President of the Italian Fertility and Sterility Society (SIFES e MR) and collaborates with the Italian Ministry of Health in revising data of the National Medically Assisted Reproduction Register. In December 2010 he was nominated scientific coordinator of an experimental project for an ART Network in Lombardy County. Since 1996 Prof. Levi Setti works at the Humanitas Clinical and Scientific Institute in Milan and is currently Director of the Department of Gynaecology and heads the Operative Unit of Gynaecology and Reproductive Medicine. In May 2011 he was appointed, for the period July 2011- June 2016, as Adjunct Professor at Yale University, School of Medicine.
Over the last few years, his research interest was focused on the mechanisms of implantation, on the preservation of female and male fertility and on the complications and outcome of assisted reproduction