14th NYRA meeting: 19 – 21 September 2022, Norwich, United Kingdom


About the meeting

The 14th international NYRA meeting is taking place in Norwich, United Kingdom. During the course of three days, our goal is to bring together early-career researchers and leading experts in Andrology to establish networks and promote an exchange of methodologies and expertise in the field of Andrology and Reproduction. The meeting will focus on:

  • Mutational processes operative in the germline
  • Male germ cell development with a particular focus on ageing
  • The function of the germline epigenome
  • The role of the germ-stem cell niche in prepubertal testis development and
    function
  • Germ cell development and fertility preservation

As in previous meetings, the delegates will have the opportunity to participate in a workshop focused on transferable skills and gather for a gala dinner where networking will be taken to a higher level.

Regular member (shared room)Regular member (single room)Local participant (no accommodation)EEA member (shared room)EEA member (single room)
Registration (€)185220105130165
Registration includes accommodation (where applicable), meals, and social program. Local accommodation at the Broadview Lodge, on UEA’s campus.

Become a member of the European Academy of Andrology (EAA) to get your reduced fee and enjoy all EAA membership benefits!

About the University of East Anglia

The University of East Anglia (UEA) is an internationally renowned, campus-based university situated in beautiful parkland on the outskirts of the city of Norwich. UEA is a pioneering British university, part of the vibrant Norwich Research Park, one of Europe’s biggest communities of researchers in the area of environment, health, and plant science. Most importantly, UEA has gained reputation in Hollywood too – a segment of the Avengers: Age of Ultron was filmed at our very own Sainsbury Centre, which is an art gallery and museum located on campus. So, you’ll have the opportunity to experience the 14th NYRA meeting at a totally different level!


University of East Anglia
Norwich Research Park
Norwich
NR4 7TJ

Closest airports: Norwich Airport & London Stansted Airport*.
We recommend flying to London Stansted Airport and then taking a train to Norwich Train Station. The University is just 20 minutes away by bus from the train station (bus 25/26 destination University of East Anglia). More information on how to get to campus can be found here.

*London has 6 international airports, if you decide to fly to another London airport, please ensure you get to London Liverpool Street to take the train to Norwich Train Station.

We thank our sponsors and partners

International Society of Andrology