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Collaborating societies

European Academy of Andrology
The European Academy of Andrology is an association of scientists and clinicians active or interested in the field of andrology. Founded in May 1992, the EAA is a non-profit making organization which aims to promote research into and raise public awareness of male reproductive health. The EAA has a worldwide scope in terms of membership, research and influence but retains a clear focus upon Europe - with it's seat based in Münster, Germany and andrology training centres across Europe.
International Society of Andrology
Founded in 1981, ISA now brings together around 40 national and regional member societies, representing 10,000 andrologists worldwide. ISA aims to disseminate knowledge of andrology, and to promote basic and clinical research in andrology.
American Society of Andrology
The American Society of Andrology (ASA) is a unique partnership of scientists and clinicians. Founded in 1975, the Society has over 600 members from all over the world whose specialty fields include male reproduction, endocrinology, urology, anatomy, gynecology/obstetrics, biochemistry, animal science, molecular & cell biology, and reproductive technologies. The Society, which fosters a multi-disciplinary approach to the study of male reproduction, exists to promote scientific interchange and knowledge of the male reproductive system.
British Andrology Society
The Professional and Learned Society for UK Clinical, Medical and Veterinary practice and research on male-centred disease and reproduction issues, we are also a Registered Charity (#1155502). Please consider supporting our work.
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