Andrologist Vacancy at TDL

An opportunity has arisen for an Andrologist to work within the Andrology Department of the Doctors Laboratory (TDL) located at 76 Wimpole Street, London W1G 9RT. TDL is a CPA accredited diagnostic laboratory offering a comprehensive range of diagnostic services to doctors, including fertility specialists and other healthcare professionals.

 

You will be required to perform semen analysis, post vasectomy semen analysis, determination of retrograde ejaculation, sperm swim-ups etc. and preparation of samples for sperm DNA fragmentation and aneuploidy. You will also assist in developing and validating new diagnostic tests where appropriate. ..


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March 23, 2017

BAS Annual Meeting 2017 – 19th June – Save the Date!

Please save the date in your diary for the BAS Annual Meeting 2017, which will take place on Monday 19th June at The Linnean Society in central London.

 

During the day current research will be discussed.  The evening event will be on, “ICSI overuse? As first children come of age”.

 

Full programme and registration details to follow soon!


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March 7, 2017

Obituary: David Iwan Lewis-Jones, 25/01/1948–23/10/2016

The death of Iwan Lewis-Jones at the age of only 67, took from the Andrology community a greatly loved and respected scientist and clinician who is deeply mourned by all who knew him. Throughout his career, Iwan was instrumental in developing the careers of others, supervising 11 post-graduate students to their degrees and inspiring countless others through his exceptional teaching or his force of character at conferences. He published 109 peer-reviewed full papers and made important contributions to the practice of Andrology.

 

Having graduated in Medicine from the University of Liverpool, ..


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March 7, 2017

Vale Emeritus Professor Tim Glover – Obituary

Emeritus Professor Timothy Glover died peacefully at home on the night of January 27/28 2017, just 3 months short of his 90th birthday.

 

Tim, a proud Yorkshireman, was born in Shipley in 1922.  He received his secondary education at Bingley Grammar School over the period of the Second World War and went on to the University of Edinburgh where he was awarded a B.Sc.(Vet Science)(1950) and subsequently a D.Sc.(1974). He practiced for a short time as a veterinary surgeon in Leyburn but was destined for Academia. In 1951 he moved to ..


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February 27, 2017



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