Examen’s webinar series includes a series of talks to raise awareness of male fertility. The webinars will run on a monthly basis and we will be joined by experts who specialise in fertility treatment or therapies.
Dr. James Hotaling, Associate Professor of Surgery (Urology) and Director of Men’s Health at University of Utah speaks to Professor Lewis about the latest developments in sperm selection and the impact this can have on fertility.
Dr Vivienne Hall, Consultant Fertility Specialist at CARE London, is keen to investigate couples as thoroughly as possible before embarking on assisted conception cycles. She joins us to discuss the latest developments in sperm DNA fragmentation testing.
For too long men have been relegated to the side-lines of fertility treatment. Dr John Sullivan, Senior Registrar in Urology, St James’ Hospital Dublin and Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons, joins us to explore what advances are needed to provide equality of care for men and women wanting to start a family.
Professor Barratt is a global leader in male fertility and was appointed to the editorial board of the World Health Organization for the development of a new Semen Analysis manual. He recently published the global WHO guidelines for semen reference ranges and will discuss why a global approach is needed to address the policy, research and social challenges of male reproductive health.
Dr Lamb is an investigator in the fields of urology, male infertility, steroid hormone action, prostate cancer and genitourinary birth defects. She joins Examen to discuss how male fertility has changed in recent years.
Can the drugs we take affect our fertility? Dr Mary Samplaski, Associate Professor of Urology and Director, Section of Male Infertility, Andrology and Microsurgery at the Institute of Urology, University of Southern California, joins Professor Sheena Lewis to discuss this important topic.
Dr. John Kennedy, Medical Director of Thérapie Fertility, joins Prof Sheena Lewis to discuss what couples are looking for from their fertility service providers in 2022.
Professor Andrea Salonia, Full Professor of Urology and Dean of the studies of the International MD Program at University Vita-Salute San Raffaele, joined Professor Lewis to discuss whether infection is a common cause of male infertility.
For a recent RBMO webinar, Professor Sheena Lewis joined Chief Editor Prof. Bart Fauser and Senior Editor Prof. Richard Anderson to discuss “Men and Miscarriage” and her recent publication, “Sperm DNA Fragmentation is a Novel Biomarker for Early Pregnancy Loss”.
Professor Peter Humaidan, specialist in reproductive endocrinology, Professor at The Fertility Clinic Skive Regional Hospital, Aarhus University, Denmark and Honorary Professor at Odense University, Denmark, joins us to discuss the links between lifestyle and sperm DNA fragmentation.
For October’s male fertility webinar, we were joined by Sandro Esteves, MD., Ph.D., a board-certified urologist and consultant in assisted reproduction with over 25 years of clinical experience in all areas of reproductive medicine, with specialisation in male reproduction. Catch up now to hear Sandro discuss using surgically removed sperm in fertility treatments.
Francisca Mora, Clinical Embryologist at Aria Fertility, gave an overview on the four tests included in a male fertility assessment and how to interpret the combined results to propose different solutions at the laboratory level.
Mr Jonathan Ramsay, Consultant Urologist, joins Prof Sheena Lewis to discuss the important role of Urological workups for male fertility investigations in order to better understand and diagnose fertility issues and develop a more rational and sensitive approach to their management.
Distinguished Laureate Professor of Biological Sciences, Prof. John Aitken, joined us to share his world-renowned perspective on the importance of sperm DNA damage in male fertility.
Sarah Martins da Silva, Senior Lecturer in Reproductive Medicine, University of Dundee and Honorary Consultant Gynaecologist, joined Professor Sheena Lewis to discuss fertilisation failure and sperm.
Nutrition has a fundamental role in fertility, particularly in sperm DNA quality. In this webinar, we were joined by Melanie Brown, Nutritional Therapist and founder of Melanie Brown Nutrition.
For our first session we were joined by Ms Srividya Seshadri, Consultant Gynaecologist & Accredited Sub-specialist in Reproductive Medicine & Surgery and Head of CRGH Research & Clinical Development, to discuss the impact of paternal age on male fertility.
For International Women’s Day, we hosted a women in business webinar and were joined by leading women from the Northern Ireland business community to discuss the challenges and opportunities they have faced in their careers.