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Newsletter Summer Edition 2016

Dear INYRMF member, Our Summer newsletter has finally arrived! In this sun-filled edition, we offer several pleasant readings to be perfectly enjoyed while drinking a glass of freshly brewed ice tea! To begin with, we are proud to describe the great success achieved during the last satellite INYRMF meeting held in Rennes, France. Following, we provide…

9th European Congress of Andrology

Dear INYRMF members, The 9th European Congress of Andrology will take place in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, next September (21st-23rd). As in previous times, there will be an INYRMF session during the meeting. Our session is scheduled for Friday, 23rd September (09.30 – 11.00).This time all accepted abstracts from INYRMF members will be highlighted in 2-3…

Newsletter – Winter edition 2015

Dear INYRMF member,   Greetings from the INYRMF board!   Attached please find the first edition of our newly designed newsletter (2015 autumn edition), containing news from our network, job ads and scientific meetings information, among other interesting and relevant information for Young Researchers in the field. Check it out and enjoy your reading! INYRMF…

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