ESHRE Campus Symposium on Male factor infertility: the broad picture is now open for registration and abstract submission. The meeting will take place in March 2019, Belgium and aims to provide broad coverage of the multitude of causes of male subfertility and paternal effects on offspring health.
For more details please follow the link: https://www.eshre.eu/Education/Calendar-Campus-events/Male-factor-infertility
November 23, 2018
12 October 2018
For many years now there has been sporadic discussion around the idea of a unified professional society to cover all aspects of reproductive science and research. We believe that there would be many advantages to a unified society that would allow us to better represent scientists on the national stage, streamline/reduce costs whilst increasing efficiency, improve the knowledge and skill base available overall, improve the quality and quantity of research undertaken, unify training schemes and improve patient care.
It has become increasingly obvious that there is duplication and repetition ..Read More
October 18, 2018
It is with the greatest sadness that we report the recent deaths of two of Andrology’s greatest pioneers, Brian Setchell (11th July) and Guido Verhoeven (19th August). Two very different characters from opposite sides of the world (Brian from Adelaide, Guido from Leuven), who investigated andrology from very different angles, but both outstanding scientists who shaped the course of andrological research and had big influences on the thinking and careers of the two of us. Andrology can ill afford to lose such giants of the field, whose ideas so influenced ..Read More
October 1, 2018
Professor Sheena Lewis, Emeritus Professor of Reproductive Medicine, Queen’s University Belfast comments on the recent publication by Lidia Minguez-Alcarcon et al. in Human Reproduction investigating the type of underwear worn and markers of testicular function among men attending a fertility centre;
“The most important take home message from this study is that neither boxer shorts, jockeys nor bikinis led to a drop in sperm counts below the normal range. There are also a number of confounding factors in the study because the group wearing boxer shorts were more likely to be ..Read More
September 5, 2018
We would like to congratulate Mr Asif Muneer, a BAS executive member, for receiving the Karl Storz Harold Hopkins Golden Telescope Award at The British Association of Urological Surgeons (BAUS) Annual Meeting in Liverpool last week.
A huge achievement, many congratulations Asif!
July 11, 2018