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.
- 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