The BAS is holding its annual meeting in London on Friday 20th September 2019 (The Lumen URC, 88 Tavistock Place, London WC1H 9RS).
This year the theme is Epigenetics in Male Reproduction.
To register for the meeting, please complete the form below:
April 13, 2019
Please note the change of date and venue for the annual BAS meeting, alongside extension to the abstract submission date.
The British Andrology Society is once again hosting an exciting meeting for PhD students and PostDocs. The one day event on Epigenetic’s in Male reproduction is running on 20th September 2019 at Lumen URC, 88 Tavistock Place, London WC1H 9RS.
Please submit Abstracts to Lorraine Frew at email@example.com by Monday 1st July 2019 stating if submission is for consideration for oral presentation, poster presentation or both.
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS
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February 6, 2019
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
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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
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