Research Group Head
The Clinical Andrology laboratory undertakes translational research activities in male reproductive health. The program of research aims to understand the factors regulating sperm production, why this process fails (infertility) and how it can be reversibly and reliably suppressed (contraception). With an ageing population the management of age-associated reproductive health and related disorders remains a research priority. Testosterone has important roles across life and we seek to understand its role in ageing, disease and other settings.
- Translational studies in male infertility
- Regulation of spermatogenesis
- Men’s Health
- Androgen physiology and therapy
- Testosterone and cardio-metabolic health