The human semen sample carries a wealth of information of varying degrees of accessibility ranging from the traditional visual measures of count and motility to those that need a more computational approach, such as tracking the flagellar waveform. The selection of sperm with good parameters is an important consideration for improving outcomes of any assisted reproductive therapy (ART) insemination procedure. The aim of the My-I project is to determine which kinematic parameters of sperm provide the greatest value for predicting clinical pregnancy rate (CPR) in ART treatment.

My-I involves imaging an aliquot of the sperm sample used in IUI, IVF, or ICSI treatment to correlate with outcomes. If you’re interested in participating in the My-I project please get in touch!