Webinar series: Andrology

Hot topics in Andrology

ESHRE Webinar series

Andrology  organised by the Special Interest Group Andrology

Course description

In this webinar series, we aim to provide and discuss the best evidence available for hot topics in male fertility and andrology in order to assist in the clinical decision-making process and patient care.

Learning objectives:

The participants will learn an update and overview in several hot topics in andrology (diagnosis and treatment of male infertility)

Target audience:

All clinicians, biologists, scientists, IVF laboratory technicians and paramedicals interested in male infertility.

Expected educational outcomes

The webinar series “Hot topics in Andrology” aims to provide you with:

  • An overview of HPV infection on sperm functions and male fertility,
  • An update on sperm selection and competition,
  • An overview of artificial intelligence in biological and clinical Andrology,
  • An update of the use of ultrasound of the male genital tract for exploring male infertility,
  • An overview of the role of oxidative stress in male infertility (diagnosis and treatment).



Webinar 1: HPV and Sperm

Date: Tuesday 5 September 2023 | 17:00-18:00
Speaker: Andrea Garolla
Moderator: Nathalie Rives

Webinar 2: Cryptic female choice in humans

Date: Tuesday 3 October 2023 | 17:00-18:00
Speaker: Jukka Kekäläinen
Moderator: Michael Carroll

Webinar 3: Artificial Intelligence and Andrology

Date: Tuesday 7 November 2023 | 17:00-18:00
Speaker: Rossella Cannarella
Moderator: Nicolas Garrido

Webinar 4: Ultrasound of the Male Genital Tract and Male Reproductive Health

Date: Tuesday 5 December 2023 | 17:00-18:00
Speaker: Francesco Lotti
Moderator: Nathalie Rives

Webinar 5: Oxidative stress and male infertility

Date: Tuesday 9 January 2024 | 17:00-18:00
Speaker: Suresh C Sikka
Moderator: Aldona Mzyk



Participants will receive an e-mail with instructions on how to access the webinar (Zoom). Participants can obtain a certificate of attendance after watching the webinar on the eCampus platform. The recording will become available on the eCampus platform after the webinar took place. There will only be 500 places available to follow live.