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Androgen Excess Special Interest Group (AESIG)


AESIG’s Mission Statement:


AESIG's purpose is to foster the growth of knowledge in the area of androgen excess among the ASRM membership and the medical community, and to highlight the reproductive consequences of these disorders; provide a forum for the exchange of ideas and information among ASRM members with special interest in androgen excess disorders; promote the visibility of androgen excess related disorders research in the ASRM; and stimulate the networking of individuals interested in these subjects.

 

2023-2024 Androgen Excess Special Interest Group Leadership:

Chair: Dr. Shruthi Mahalingaiah

Chair Elect: Dr. Laura Cooney

Vice Chair: Laura Cooney

Immediate Past Chair: Dr. Jorge Chavarro

Past Chair: Dr. Wendy Vitek


 
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