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Fertility Webinars and Events

Learn about TFC fertility webinars and events

Our Austin fertility center believes that knowledge is power. To empower and educate you about your fertility care, TFC offers a variety of fertility webinars and events each month. During these events, you’ll learn from our fertility specialists about the topics in reproductive medicine that matter to you and your family-building goals.

We host our fertility webinars on the third Thursday of every month. You can view all upcoming webinars and reserve your spot by clicking here. You’ll learn everything you need to know before beginning fertility treatment as part of your family-building journey. We find there are several benefits of webinars.

  • Learn about your fertility treatment options from the comfort of home
  • Get answers to your questions at the end of the webinar
  • Be able to attend the webinar anonymously
  • Meet the doctors before becoming a TFC patient

You can think of these webinars as an introduction to fertility care and the perfect opportunity to ask all your questions about family building.

Information about fertility webinars and events

Our team believes that knowledge is power and everyone should have access to it. As a result, you don’t have to be a patient to attend these events. During these programs, our reproductive endocrinologists will discuss topics ranging from the basics of in vitro fertilization (IVF) to an overview of egg freezing.

In addition, we also offer an online IVF orientation course on our TFC Education Platform. This convenient online course has taken the place of our monthly IVF seminars due to safety concerns surrounding COVID-19.

 


Dr. Silverberg Talks About Advocacy Day

Watch the TFC Video here.

 


2019 Advocacy Day Grant Recipient - Brittany


Ann Wyatt Little of Fox7 Austin interviewed our Austin fertility specialist, Lisa Hansard, M.D., about ovarian reserve testing.


Dr. Silverberg talks about the importance of AMH/OAR testing


Dr. Burger on KVUE News talks about AMH/OAR testing