Find out about it and lend a hand

Take part in the research
for diagnosing male


The research

Embryolab in collaboration
with BIOZ (Laboratory of Genetics,
Comparative and Evolutionary Biology)
of the School of Biochemistry and
Biotechnology are undertaking
ground-breaking research together.

The subject matter

  • The study of genes which are associated with male fertility disorders
  • The deep understanding of the genetic basis of spermatogenesis and also the factors which lead to problems.
  • The pinpointing of new genes which for the first time are associated with male infertility.

The objective

  • To design specialised diagnostic means
  • To reach answers and solutions for diagnosing male infertility.

Why take part?

  • You will be engaging in the science of tomorrow
  • You can check your sperm and fertility free of charge
  • You will be helping Greece to gain further recognition in science, contributing to the promotion of knowledge
  • You will be helping in the fastest and most effective diagnosis of male infertility
  • You will be helping to increase male fertility! Important and useful!
  • All your personal data are protected
  • We will keep you abreast of developments in the research throughout the programme

What we need from you

Just pay a visit to Embryolab’s Medically Assisted Reproduction Unit, where our staff will:

  • Collect demographic data
  • Request a brief medical record
  • Provide you with information on the research programme and answer any queries you might have
  • Request your signature on the consent form for participation in the programme
  • Take a sperm sample
  • Take a blood sample

Those taking part in the programme

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