Evolution of the Testis Workshop: 1972–1995

  • Claude Desjardins
Part of the Serono Symposia USA Norwell, Massachusetts book series (SERONOSYMP)

Abstract

The Testis Workshop promotes the presentation and exchange of ideas at the frontiers of research in male reproductive biology. Since its start in 1972, the workshop has flourished under a loose confederation of investigator-initiated meetings. The scientific program has evolved from a fledgling agenda involving a few participants into an internationally respected conference attracting scientists from diverse backgrounds who share a common interest in understanding the function of cells in the testis and epididymis.

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