In memory of Bernard Jegou

It is with great sadness that we learned about the passing of Professor Bernard Jegou from Rennes, France. Bernard Jegou was a well-known person in the field of Andrology, especially for his winning personality that many of us have experienced during the Testis Workshops over the years, but also for Read more…

Tête-a-tête with Nils Lambalk

By Tiina Lehtiniemi The man in the editor’s chair The Dutch gynaecologist Nils Lambalk took over as editor-in-chief of Human Reproduction early this year. He is a gynaecologist and fertility specialist with focus on reproductive endocrinology. He has published over 100 papers and book chapters on subjects related to his Read more…

Mutations in DNAH17, Encoding a Sperm-Specific Axonemal Outer Dynein Arm Heavy Chain, Cause Isolated Male Infertility Due to Asthenozoospermia

By MANON OUD Approximately 1 in 6 couples is unable to conceive after one year of unprotected sexual intercourse. In roughly half of all infertility cases there is a male factor involved. Considered predominantly a genetic condition, currently the majority of patients with a severe form of infertility remains unexplained. Read more…