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Reproductive Biotechnology Research Center was founded in 1998 by diligent attempt of some specialists in the field of infertility and basic medical sciences. 

The Center consists of six departments including Reproductive Immunology, Reproductive Endocrinology & Andrology, Reproductive Genetics & Biotechnology, Reproductive Infections and Bio Law & Ethics and conducts numerous research projects in related fields.  

One of the distinguished features of this center is accomplishing research and remedial projects by cooperation of medical and clinical basic sciences specialists in different fields of embryology, genetics, biochemistry, cellular and molecular biology, Ob & Gyn, andrology, endocrinology, infections, tropical diseases and so on.

Partial novelty of reproductive and infertility sciences in one hand and their increasing development on the other, have created a vast area of researches. Of course, it is impossible to attain to all the new aspects. 

With respect to the fact, Avicenna Research Institute has set its research priorities on recurrent abortion, endometriosis, unknown infertility, stem cells, transgenic animals, embryo, reproductive infections and genetic causes of infertility. 

So far, lots of papers and abstracts have been published in national and international levels related to various completed or underway projects in this center.

Establishment of Avicenna Infertility Clinic is one of the noticeable objectives of ARI, which shaped under the close collaboration of Lubeck ART Center and care of the founding father of IVF in Iran, Prof. Saafa Al-Hassani.

The Reproductive Biotechnology Research Center comprises the following six departments:

Head of research center: Dr Somaieh Kazemnejad
Interior Manager: Haleh Edalatkhah
Last Updated on Monday, 04 April 2016 07:53


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