10th Meeting of the EAU Section of Andrological Urology24-25 November 2017
We invite you to join us for the 10th Meeting of the EAU Section of Andrological Urology (ESAU) in Malmö, Sweden. The meeting will take place on 24-25 November, 2017.
We will discuss the physical and psychological complaints of the man during his passage through each of the different chronological phases of his lifespan. The human male represents a functionally charismatic, anatomically gifted, and physiologically talented lifeform, deserving of a meeting that will focus on physiological mechanisms regulating his physical and psychological well-being and on pathophysiological factors detrimentally affecting his health.
It is a great pleasure and a tremendous honour to host some of the internationally leading experts in andrology and also other colleagues interested in this rapidly growing area of medicine. We are sure that the excellent scientific program will give all delegates an appreciated update in the field of male subfertility, hypogonadism, sexual and ejaculatory dysfunction, an update which together with the possibility to participate in stimulating discussions and meeting colleagues and friends will enlighten their minds, despite the dark and, sometimes, chilly Nordic autumn.
|Prof. Jens Sønksen
University of Copenhagen
|Prof. Aleksander Giwercman
|Prof. Nikolaos Sofikitis,
Ioannina University School of Medicine
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One of the fastest developing parts of urology
This two-day scientific meeting is completely devoted to Andrology, a rapidly evolving subspecialty in urology. Come to Malmö for the latest updates and scientific breakthroughs.
Andrology needs more urological expertise
ESAU17 will cover topics like male endocrinology, male infertility (including assisted reproductive technology), sexual health and penile surgery, and ejaculatory dysfunction. Urologists’ input is vital for better patient care.
A comprehensive update on this dynamic field
Taking place in Malmö, ESAU17 will naturally involve expert speakers from the world-renowned Danish-Swedish collaboration ReproUnion. Other leading surgeons and key opinion makers from across the world will also be joining the comprehensive scientific programme.