Genea in the news
24 November 2019: Men also have a biological clock
Genea scientists have conducted one of the largest studies into male factor infertility
, discovering that men do have a biological clock but they have much more time on their hands than women. Dr Derek Lok
shares the results of the study. More details on the study.
9 November 2019: Increase in number of women accessing egg freezing services
Genea Fertility Specialist, Dr Cheryl Phua
explains why more women are considering egg freezing.
8 November 2019: Spike in women choosing to freeze their eggs
, Australia’s first dedicated egg freezing clinic has seen a 78% increase in the number of women accessing egg freezing between calendar year 2017 and calendar year 2018. Dr Cheryl Phua
discusses the increase.
14 September 2019: Australia’s IVF Boom
Genea patient Alyce Brown shares her IVF journey and Dr Rachael Rodgers
discusses the boost in IVF success rates
13 September 2019: IVF success rates spike in Australia and New Zealand
22 July 2019 Parents to be can view growing embryos
Genea Scientific Director, Steven McArthur discusses the role of the latest IVF technology in boosting IVF success rates.
13 September 2019: IVF babies on the rise after advances in fertility technology
Genea’s Steven McArthur discusses Genetic Testing and how it leads to higher implantation rates and lower miscarriage rates.
Genea patients, Brooke and William share their experience with the Grow by Genea® app
12 July 2019: The University of Newcastle announces its 25 achievers
Genea Scientific Director, Steven McArthur recognised for his contribution to fertility treatment.
25 June 2019: Solo parenting via sperm donation is on the rise - here's what you need to know
Genea Fertility Specialist Dr Rachael Rodgers
discusses sperm donation in Australia.
25 May 2019: Once taboo, men in Asia increasingly turn to fertility treatments
Genea Medical Director, Mark Bowman
discusses male factor infertility in Asia.
10 May 2019: Canberra locals celebrate Mother’s Day, acknowledging the role of Genea’s IVF technology in supporting patients
26 March 2019: IVF clinic Genea creating world-first technologies to change how we facilitate fertility
Steven McArthur, Genea Scientific Director discusses Genea’s world leading technologies and advancements.
25 July 2018: World's first IVF baby celebrates 40th birthday
The world’s first IVF baby, Louise Brown celebrates her 40th birthday, Genea share the latest in IVF technology.
23 November 2017: Genea launches Australia’s first dedicated egg freezing clinic, Genea Horizon
28 October 2017: Australian scientists make IVF breakthrough
Genea’s Geri incubation system significantly reducing the need for disturbance during the vital stages of an embryo’s development.
27 October 2017: Aussie scientists lead IVF breakthrough
More babies are expected to be born in Australia thanks to Genea’s breakthrough new IVF offering.
20 September 2017: Embryo app shows IVF parents first days of life
Genea’s Scientific Director, Steven McArthur discusses the Grow app and the benefits it offers patients.
8 August 2017: New Grow app helps parents see IVF at work
Kirsti and Todd MacRae, Genea Bella Vista
patients talk to the Liverpool Leader about the Grow by Genea®
4 August 2017: 'The ultimate in preventative treatment': Push for government to fund genetic testing
Genea pushes for the Australian Government to fund genetic testing.
30 June 2017: Genea’s Grow app gives IVF patients images of embryo
patients, the Ryans discuss the arrival of Grow by Genea®
7 June 2017: Orange IVF patients to be able to see embryos in their earliest stages of life
patients celebrate Grow’s arrival to their local clinic.
20 April 2017: Wollongong IVF patients to track embryo growth through new app
Wollongong patients, Clare and Karl Tonacia share their thoughts on Genea’s new Grow app. The app enables IVF patients to see photos and videos of their embryos as they develop in the lab.
12 July 2015: Genea Illawarra celebrates 21 years of fertility hope
fertility clinic celebrates 21 years of supporting local patients.