World Embryologist Day 2023: History and Significance

World Embryologist Day 2023

World Embryologist Day 2023: History and Significance– Every year, World Embryologists Day is observed on July 25, aimed at recognizing the work and contributions of embryologists worldwide. Embryologists play a role in treating infertility and help couples have babies through in vitro fertilization or the IVF process. The first IVF baby in the world was born on July 25, 1978, in England and the day was designated as the World Embryologist Day, which is also referred to as World IVF Day.

World Embryologist Day: History

Louise Joy Brown was the first child to be born on July 25th, 1978, through IVF in England. couples who are struggling with infertility and who have dreams of becoming parents, IVF has emerged as a glimmer of hope for them. That’s why Brown’s birthday is recognized as World Embryologist Day.

On Embryologist Day, the medical community honors and marks the work of Adam Burley, who is known as the father of IVF; Patrick Steptoe, and Bob Edwards, who worked together to create the world’s first ‘test tube’ baby.

Cousins Day 2023: Date, History, Significance

Share This Article