You are cordially invited to a free public lecture to explore the relationship between fertility and aging. More women today than ever before are choosing to have children later in life.  How does this choice affect a woman’s ability to get pregnant? And what treatment options exist for older women struggling to conceive?

Professor Hayden Homer, the Professor Christopher Chen Chair in Reproductive Medicine at The University of Queensland in Australia, will discuss his leading research into the relationship between aging, egg quality, and the trend to delay pregnancy.

Dr Suresh Nair, a senior consultant obstetrician, gynaecologist and fertility specialist with the Seed of Life, Fertility and Women’s Care Medical Centre at Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital and the Christopher Chen Centre for Reproductive Medicine at Gleneagles Hospital, will discuss modern treatment options for those seeking fertility intervention.

Don’t miss this great opportunity to hear the latest information from two leading authorities on fertility and childbearing.  Professor Homer and Dr Nair will be happy to answer your family planning questions.  A complimentary drinks and canapés reception will follow the presentation.

Date: Saturday 21st January 2017 
Time: 3pm for a 3.30pm lecture start, including Q&A until approx. 5.00pm, followed by drinks and canapés until 7.00pm.

Venue: PARKROYAL on Pickering, 3 Upper Pickering St, Singapore
Parking: On-site parking is available for a fee; SGD5 for the first hour, SGD2.50 every subsequent 30 minutes
Event Tickets: Complimentary

RSVP: By Monday 16 January 2017 to


PARKROYAL on Pickering, 3 Upper Pickering St, Singapore