Track Categories

The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.

  • Track 1-1Sexual health
  • Track 1-2Reproductive health
  • Track 1-3Reproductive health and development
  • Track 1-4Unintended pregnancy
  • Track 1-5Maternal health
  • Track 1-6Maternal death and disability
  • Track 1-7Gender based violence
  • Track 1-8Adolescent reproductive health
  • Track 1-9Antenatal and safe delivery care
  • Track 1-10Family planning
  • Track 1-11Sexuality education
  • Track 1-12Midwifery
  • Track 2-1Sexual rights
  • Track 2-2Reproductive rights
  • Track 2-3Female genital mutilation
  • Track 2-4Reproductive health care
  • Track 2-5Abortion
  • Track 2-6Gender equality
  • Track 2-7Early marriage
  • Track 2-8Ostracism
  • Track 2-9Violence against women
  • Track 2-10Sexual hygiene
  • Track 2-11Contraception
  • Track 3-1Reproductive biology
  • Track 3-2Puberty
  • Track 3-3Reproductive hormone
  • Track 3-4Ovulation
  • Track 3-5Menstrual cycle
  • Track 3-6Reproductive hormonal regulation
  • Track 3-7Menopause
  • Track 3-8Reproductive system
  • Track 3-9Spermatogenesis
  • Track 3-10Oogenesis
  • Track 3-11Fertilization
  • Track 3-12Sex determination
  • Track 3-13Sexual development
  • Track 4-1Bone marrow
  • Track 4-2Edometrium
  • Track 4-3Oocyte
  • Track 4-4Reproduction
  • Track 4-5Trophoblast
  • Track 4-6Embryonic stem cells
  • Track 4-7Organ engineering
  • Track 4-8Regenerative medicine
  • Track 4-9Artificial gametes production
  • Track 5-1Gene regulation
  • Track 5-2Developmental pathways
  • Track 5-3Post-translational modification
  • Track 5-4Transcriptional initiation
  • Track 5-5RNA processing
  • Track 5-6Gene regulatory network
  • Track 5-7Developmental biology
  • Track 5-8Chromatin domains
  • Track 6-1Ovarian cancer
  • Track 6-2 Uterine cancer
  • Track 6-3 Vulvar/ Vaginal cancer
  • Track 6-4 Cervical cancer
  • Track 6-5Prostate cancer
  • Track 6-6Penile cancer
  • Track 6-7Testicular cancer
  • Track 6-8Cancer surgery
  • Track 6-9Chemotherapy
  • Track 6-10Radiation therapy
  • Track 7-1Maternal immune tolerance
  • Track 7-2Immunosuppressive therapy
  • Track 7-3Blood-testis barrier
  • Track 7-4Maternal immune system
  • Track 8-1Polycystic ovarian disease
  • Track 8-2Uterine fibroids
  • Track 8-3Endometriosis
  • Track 8-4Irregular menstrual cycle
  • Track 8-5Hirsutism
  • Track 8-6Hyperprolactinemia
  • Track 8-7Perimenopause
  • Track 8-8Premature ovarian failure
  • Track 8-9Hypothalamic pituitary dysfunction
  • Track 8-10Infertility
  • Track 8-11Congenital uterine anomalies
  • Track 9-1Reproductive gametes
  • Track 9-2Sexual function
  • Track 9-3Embryogenesis
  • Track 9-4Implantation
  • Track 9-5Intrauterine growth
  • Track 9-6Placentation
  • Track 9-7Sexual dysfunction
  • Track 9-8Stillbirth
  • Track 9-9Perinatal mortality
  • Track 10-1Reproductive problems
  • Track 10-2Reproductive system disease
  • Track 10-3Acupuncture
  • Track 10-4Fertile yoga
  • Track 10-5Nutrition
  • Track 10-6Fertile counseling
  • Track 11-1Prostaglandin
  • Track 11-2Preeclampsia
  • Track 11-3Placenta
  • Track 11-4Endometrial function
  • Track 11-5Eicosanoids
  • Track 11-6Pregnancy-induced hypertension
  • Track 12-1Painful bladder syndrome
  • Track 12-2Gynecology
  • Track 12-3Obstetrics
  • Track 12-4Advanced laparoscopic surgery
  • Track 12-5Pediatric and adolescent gynecology
  • Track 12-6Menopausal and geriatric gynecology
  • Track 12-7Female pelvic medicine
  • Track 12-8Reconstructive surgery
  • Track 13-1Incontinence
  • Track 13-2Endometriosis
  • Track 13-3Uterine fibroids
  • Track 13-4Interstitial cystitis
  • Track 13-5Urinary tract infections
  • Track 14-1Human papillomavirus infection
  • Track 14-2Genital herpes
  • Track 14-3Chlamydia
  • Track 14-4Gonorrhea
  • Track 14-5HIV/AIDS
  • Track 14-6Syphilis
  • Track 15-1Reproductive health challenges
  • Track 15-2Contraception as mortality crime
  • Track 15-3Religious hierarchies
  • Track 16-1Environmental impacts
  • Track 16-2Prenatal mortality
  • Track 16-3Fetal loss
  • Track 16-4Premature delivery
  • Track 16-5Maternal malnutrition
  • Track 16-6Spontaneous abortion and stillbirth
  • Track 16-7Adverse reproductive health
  • Track 17-1Reproductive physiology
  • Track 17-2Reproductive pathology
  • Track 17-3Endocrinology
  • Track 17-4Andrology
  • Track 17-5Gametogenesis
  • Track 17-6Fertilization
  • Track 17-7Implantation
  • Track 17-8Embryo development
  • Track 17-9Gonadal function
  • Track 18-1Maternal and fetal death
  • Track 18-2Breastfeeding support
  • Track 18-3Spiritual care
  • Track 18-4Personal health records
  • Track 18-5Baby health
  • Track 19-1Histological diversity
  • Track 19-2Neonatal intensive health care
  • Track 19-3Soft-tissue sarcoma
  • Track 19-4Teratoma
  • Track 19-5Renal tumors
  • Track 19-6Neuroblastoma
  • Track 19-7Leukemia
  • Track 19-8Brain tumors