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Margarita Kharitonova

Margarita Kharitonova
Margarita Kharitonova
Deputy Laboratory Director, PhD
Work experience 17 years.
Assisted Reproductive Technologies. Genetics in Reproduction

Clinical interests

  • Assisted Reproductive Technologies
  • Genetics in Reproduction


  • Lomonosov Moscow State University, Biology Department
  • PhD thesis is devoted to the study of the internal structures of cells on various substrates.


Postgraduate education

During her time at the clinic she took part in a number of conferences and seminars, including:

  • ESHRE Annual meeting 2017, Switzerland
  • Quality Control Management in IVF Units 2016, Belgium
  • COGEN 2015, France
  • PGDIS 2014, Great Britain
  • Seminar and practical classes Fixation Of Nuclei And Preparation Of Preparations For Preimplantation Diagnostics By The FISH Method. ICRM, St. Petersburg, 2012
  • Course on clinical embryology and genetics: preimplantation genetic diagnosis in ART  (Yekaterinburg, 2012)
  • Seminar  Organization Of Quality Control In Embryology Laboratory (Cecilia Cjoblom, Australia), Moscow, 2012, 2013.
  • Seminar and practical classes Vitrification of Oocytes and Embryos (M. Kuwayama, Japan), Moscow, 2012, 2013.
  • PGDIS 2012, Austria
  • Seminar and practical classes  Vitrification of Ovarian Tissue (N.Kagawa, Japan) Moscow, 2010


  • She takes an active part in Russian and international congresses on Reproductive medicine.
  • Author of several publications and articles.
  • In 2017, she presented the results of her scientific work at the Congress of the European Association of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE) in Switzerland.
  • Certificate of Clinical Embryologist ESHRE 2017
  • Member of the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE)
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