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Report on the 11th meeting of the Network for Young Researchers in Andrology (NYRA)

This year’s NYRA meeting, 22nd-23rd of May, was held adjacent to the 20th European Testis Workshop in Lisbon, Portugal. The audience included Master students, PhD students, postdoctoral researchers and even a few group leaders. In total, our two-day seminar series was attended by 30 participants representing 10 different countries: Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, India,…

11th NYRA Meeting

11th NYRA Meeting – Opening Registration Dear NYRA members, It is our great pleasure to announce the 11th NYRA Meeting, that will be held in Lisbon, Portugal, on May 22nd- 23rd 2018, preceding the 20th European Testis Workshop. This time we will have exciting lectures by amazing speakers about: – Signalling pathways in Leydig cells –…

10th international NYRA meeting report

Dear members, This year, the 10th international NYRA meeting, our independent meeting, was held from September 11th – 13th 2017 in Brussels, Belgium. It was our pleasure to welcome 39 participants from 13 different countries, including Poland, Germany, Italy, Spain, Belgium, France, Russia, Denmark, Czech Republic, Nigeria, Sweden, South-Africa and UK. The scientific programme enclosed…

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