brbigBruno Lunenfeld

MD, PhD, FRCOG, FACOG (hons), POGS (hons) Professor Emeritus at the Faculty of Life Sciences, Bar-Ilan University, and Ramat Gan, Israel. President of the International Society for the Study of the Aging Male, General Secretary of The сInitiative on Reproductive Endocrinology, Treasurer of the International Society of Gynaecological Endocrinology and Editor of The Aging Male.

Born in Vienna 1927, married +2
Bruno Lunenfeld is Professor Emeritus at the Faculty of Life Sciences, Bar-Ilan University, and Ramat Gan, Israel. He is General Secretary of The Asian-Pacific Initiative on Reproductive Endocrinology, Treasurer of the International Society of Gynaecological Endocrinology He is also President of the International Society for the Study of the Aging Male, and  Editor of The Aging Male, a journal devoted to men;s health and aging.

He graduated from the medical School in Geneva Switzerland. Following his post graduate work in Geneva he joined the Weitzman Institute as senior Scientist, and from 1962-1995 was chairman of the  Institute of Endocrinology, Chaim Sheba Medical Center and  the WHO International Reference Center for Fertility Promoting Drugs. From  1984-1986 was Acting Chief Scientist Ministry of Health . He acted as a Consultant and member of Expert Committees at the World Health Organization for more then 25 years.

Professor Lunenfeld is best known for his pioneering work in human reproduction. After describing the clinical use of hMG in men and women in 1960, his group was the first to achieve a pregnancy with hMG in 1961, demonstrated binding of hCG to LH receptors in theca cells in 1967 and were the first to induce ovulation followed by pregnancy with GnRH in an hMG-stimulated cycle in 1975. His research interests pertain to the physiology and pathology of male and female reproduction and include stimulators, modulators and regulators of sex steroids, spermatogenesis, spermiogenesis, folliculogenesis and ovulation, and the mechanism of action of gonadotrophins, GnRH and growth factors on gene expression and steroidogenesis.

He organized 9 symposia on GnRH analogues in cancer and reproduction. 

He published more than 400 papers 19 books including a textbook on Male and Female Infertility and one of the “first textbooks on Men’s Health.   He gave more than 700 invited lectures and chaired or co-chaired more than 100 sessions at national/international Meetings. He trained more than 200 local and foreign physicians and supervised more than 50 MD, MSC, and Ph.D. Students

Professor Lunenfeld has received several distinguished international awards for his scientific achievements, including the special recognition award of the United States Public Health Service for his outstanding contribution in the promotion of health from the Surgeon General (1983), the Verdienstkreuz 1 Klasse – one of Germany’s highest honours – signed by the President of Germany, Roman Herzog (1995), the Bertarelli Foundation Award for his lifetime achievements in women’s health (2002) and the World Fertility Awareness Month Lifetime Achievement Award (2005).

Professor Lunenfeld is honorary member of European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology( ESHRE), the International Federation of Fertility Societies (IFFS), German, Polish and Italian. Swiss Society of Gynecology and Obstetrics, German Endocrine Society of Reproduction, Austrian Society of Fertility and Sterility, and the Asian Society of Andrology.


malcolmMalcolm Carruthers

FRCpath., MRCGPMedical Director of the Centre for Men's Health, London, UK

Present Appointment:Medical Director, E-medicine Ltd
Previous Appointments: Medical Director, Centre for men’s Health, Harley Street, London,Consultant Director of Clinical Laboratory Services, Maudsley and Bethlem Royal Hospitals, and Institute of Psychiatry, London.
Senior Lecturer in Chemical Pathology, St. Mary’s Hospital Medical School and St. Charles Hospital, London.
Lecturer in Chemical Pathology, The Middlesex Hospital Medical School, and Central Middlesex Hospital, London.
Principal in General Practice, Highgate, London. 
L.R.C.P. (London)1960, M.R.C.S. (England)1960
M.B., B.S., (London) 1960, MRCGP 1966 (Elected Life Member 2001),
MRCPath. 1973, MD (London) 1973, F.R.C.Path.1985 
Learned Societies:
President of The Society for the Study of Androgen Deficiency (Andropause Society)
Member of the European Academy of Andrology
Member of the British Cardiovascular Society 
100 refereed papers in Medical Journals, editorials in American Heart
Journal and Lancet, invited chapters in Scientific and Medical books, and numerous publications in J. Sex. Med. Proceedings of International Medical Conferences in America, Russia, Britain, Australia and throughout Europe
«ADAM: Androgen Deficiency in the Adult Male – Causes, Diagnosis and Treatment»Taylor&Francis, 2004 (2nd Edition in Preparation)
«The Testosterone Revolution», Thorson’s/HarperCollins, New York, London

«Maximising Manhood: Beating the Male Menopause», HarperCollins, London, Sydney 1997

«Male Menopause: Restoring Vitality and Virility», HarperCollins, London, Madrid, Tokyo, 1996
«The Western Way of Death - Stress, Tension and Heart Disease», Pantheon Books, New York and Davis Poynter, London, 1974


kalinchenkoSvetlana Kalinchenko

MD, PhD, professor, Chair of Endocrinology, People’s Friendship University of Russia, Scientific Director, Clinic of Professor Kalinchenko, Moscow, Russia

Graduated from I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University, diploma with honors in 1993, after that she passed residency and post graduates studies at Research Center for Endocrinology (RCE) (Moscow)., where she started her medical career. Together with medical work in Research Center for Endocrinology., she also did a lot of research and as a result defended PhD and then Doctoral theses on the “Late Onset Hypogonadism: Clinical Picture, Diagnostics and Treatment”. This monograph turned out to be a sensation in the world of science and very quickly became a must-have book for andrologists. Professor Kalinchenko gives lectures in the most prestigious and famous medical organizations in Europe and all over the world. 
Kalinchenko S.Y. is the author of more than 120 scientific publications, among them are 4 methodology textbooks for doctors, chapters in monographs “Obesity”, “Sex reassignment in Transsexuals”, “Small penis”.
She is the author of monographs:
“Late Onset Hypogonadism in Men: Clinical Picture, Diagnostics, Treatment”,
“Male Sexual Disorders in Diabetes”,
“Klinefelter syndrome”
«Hyperprolactinemia: the selected lectures”
and a practical guideline book “Practical Andrology”.

Kalinchenko S.Y.,  practicing andrology, has worked out and patented a unique method of “stimulative therapy” to prevent androgen deficiency by stimulating the body to produce its own testosterone. Before that there was the only one way to compensate androgen deficiency with exogenous testosterone. . Now Dr. Kalinchenko’s method is used by andrologists all over the world.
Dr. Kalinchenko is a practicing specialist with more than 15 years of experience in andrology, endocrinology, sexual pathology and is a member of several international medical organizations:

  • ISSAM — International Society for the Study of the Aging Male;
  • Andropause Society — the Society for the Study of Androgen Deficiency;
  • EUA — European Urology Association;
  • Scientific Committee of the European Society for the Study of Aging Male.


  • Andrology Department at Karolinska Instutet (Stockholm, Sweden);
  • University Clinics in Germany (Manheim), Spain (Seville), France (Lion);
  • Training for research workers “Good Clinical Practice for Investigators”.


piettePaul PIETTE

PharmD, Scientific & Medical Affairs Director, Senior Research Fellow

An experienced Pharmacist Post-Graduate in Clinical and Endocrinological Chemistry now specializing in men’s and women’s health pharmaceuticals development, care and counselling. Extensive knowledge relative to men’s and women’s healthcare pharmaceutical environment. In addition, I have considerable expertise in training, educational program development and marketing. I published some review and have written on the subject of menopause and late onset of hypogonadism in men. I have excellent communication and cross-cultural skills, speaking French but also Flemish and English fluently.


High School: Athenee Robert Catteau (Brussels, Belgium)
University: Graduate in Pharmacy, 1975 with Great Distinction
Graduate School: Free University of Brussels (U.L.B.)
Post-Graduate Training: Post-Graduate in Clinical Chemistry, Bacteriology and Haematology, 1979 with Great Distinction
Graduate School: Free University of Brussels (U.L.B)
Special Training courses: 
• Hematology: Brugmann University Hospital (Brussels)
• Chemistry and Endocrinology: Bordet Hospital (Brussels)
• Microbiology : Bordet Hospital (Brussels)
• Radio Imuno Assay (RIA): Saint-Pierre University Hospital (Brussels)
• National Anti-Gift Centrum: Toxicology laboratory (Brussels), from 1973 to 1975


• Senior Research Fellow of Besins Healthcare R&D (December 2007-until now)
• Scientific & Medical Affairs Director of Besins Healthcare Worldwide (2006-until now) and Medical Director of Besins Healthcare, Region Benelux (2001-until now) and Region North of Europe (2006-until now )
• Medico-Marketing Director of Besins International Healthcare, Head of Regulatory Corporate Affairs (from 2003 to 2006)
• Associated Pharmacist responsible for QA in Besins International Belgium (1997-2001)
• Effective Member of National Committee of Clinical Biology (1996–2000)
• Master of training Courses at the Free University of Brussels for Clinical Chemistry and Endocrinology since 1991
• Director and CEO of Laboratoire d'Analyses Medicales (Labopiette S.P.R.L.), Chief of Blood Analysis Department and Laboratories of Clinique Antoine Depage from 1982 to 2001
• Director and CEO of Laboratoire d'Analyses Medicales Piette & Stallenberg SPRL from 1978 to 1982
• Associated Industrial Pharmacist of Laboratoires Piette Internatonal s.a. (Manufacturing plant), agreed by Belgian Ministry of Public Health, since 1982 (AFMPS Agr.number 902) 
• Consultant of Sopropharm s.a.(Edition and Medical Promotion Company), from 1985 to 2001
• Board of Directors & Medical Director of Besins International Belgium s.a., before Laboratoires Piette International s.a. (1977-2001)


• Expert and speaker at International PREIS School – Florence – Italy (since 2012).
• Scientific & Medical Affairs Director of Besins Healthcare Corporate (since 2006)
• Scientific and Medical Director of Besins Healthcare Benelux (since 1977) – North Europe (since 2006)
• CEO of Bioclin Consulting and Marketing SPRL, consulting company involved in Medical and Marketing Pharmaceutical Affairs (September 2001)
• Fondator and Honorary Member, Consultant in Clinique Antoine Depage SPRL, Private Medical Center in Brussels (since 1998)
• Pharmacist Responsible for Communication and Advertising in Besins Healthcare Benelux (AFMPS Agr.number 274)
• Pharmacist Responsible for Phamacovigilance in Besins Healthcare Benelux (AFMPS Agr.number P244)
• Pharmacist Responsible of Besins International Healthcare (2003)


Clinical Chemistry & Endocrinology departement
101, Avenue Henri Jaspar
B-1060 Brussels. BELGIUM

P.PIETTE, G.DOYEN. Etude de l'evolution des parametres de biologie clinique (biochimiques enzymologiques et hormonologiques) chez des sujets participants a une competition sportive d'endurance, le rallye Paris-Alger-Dakar
"College des Medecins de l'Agglomeration Bruxelloise", 57-62, 1983

P.PIETTE. Surveillance biologique des concurrents du rallye Paris-Alger-Dakar edition 1984
3e Congres International de Medecine et Traumatologie du Sport, 69-70, 1984

P.PIETTE. Traitement substitutif hormonal de la Menopause. Pourquoi une approche physiologique?
Contraception-Fertilite-Sexualite, 19-26, Vol.5 n*1, 1991

N.DOMBROWICZ, P.PIETTE, S. WESEL. Efficacite clinique et tolerance metabolique d'un gel percutane de 17 beta-estradiol dans le traitement de la menopause
Fertilite-Contraception-Sexualite, 3-8, Vol.2 n1, 1988

P.PIETTE et B. de LIGNIERES. Quel avenir pour le Traitement Hormonal Substitutif (T.H.S.) et le risque vasculaire a la menopause apres les resultats de la W.H.I. Study» ? Influence du progestatif associe (1ere partie). Benefices et risques vasculaires d’une hormonotherapie substitutive (2eme partie). Gunaikeia, October – November 2002


Member of the International Menopause Society (IMS)
Member of the Aging Male Society
Member of US Endocrine Society 
Member of the Belgian Menopause Society
Member of the Belgian Bone Club
Member of the Belgian Society for Reproductive Medicine (BSRM)


Video tape realisation and production on Hormone Replacement Therapy "Menopause",
7th International Congress on the Menopause, Stockholm, June 1993
Principal Monitor in several expertise clinical trials related to Transdermal estradiol and micronized natural progesterone
Redactor and reviewer in a lot of HRT publications
Reviewer of The Aging male journal


Tennis, Soccer, Mountainbike


finli2Mark Feneley

MD, FRCS, FRCS (Urol) Institute of Urology, University College London, UK

Mr Feneley graduated from Cambridge University and completed his basic medical training in London. His MD degree was awarded at Cambridge for research into the early diagnosis of prostate cancer, and received his Hunterian Professorship at the Royal College of Surgeons of England.
After completing higher Urological training at St Bartholomew’s and the Royal London Hospitals, London, he accepted a two-year post-doctoral fellowship in Urological Oncology at the Brady Urological Institute, Johns Hopkins Hospital, USA. He then worked as a Consultant Urologist subspecialising in urological malignancy at Nottingham City Hospital and was there appointed Director of Postgraduate Education. 
In 2003, he began his present position as Consultant Urological Oncological Surgeon at the Institute of Urology, UCLH, London. 
Research interests include benign and malignant prostatic disease, PSA testing, biology of early prostate cancer and antibody targeting for imaging, with extensive publications in these fields.


vorslovLeonid Vorslov

MD, PhD, professor, Chair of Endocrinology, People’s Friendship University of Russia, Moscow, Russia

He was born on December 23, 1966 in Moscow in the family of a military man and a doctor. After finishing school he entered Kalinin State University, Chemical-Biological Department. After the 1st year he was drafted into forces and after dismissial, left the university and entered I.M. Sechenov Moscow Medical Institute, the 1st department of general medicine in 1987. 
1993 after graduating from institute, by that time the name had been changed for Moscow Medical Academy, he started residency in cardiology at academic center of the medical center at the Department of Presidential Affairs. 
From 1995 to 2003 he worked as a cardio-resuscitator at the division of emergency cardiology of the 51st city clinical hospital. 
From 2003 to 2011 he worked at surgery department of Endocrinology Scientific Center as a senior associate.
Since 2011 he has been Head of the Therapeutic Department at Professor Kalinchenko Clinic. 
Since 2012 he has been a professor of Endocrinology Faculty at FPPOV MW PFUR.
he has passed various courses in different spheres, such as neuro-endocrinology, diabetology, certificate course on social health and health care organizing, has defended a thesis on the topic: “The link between Testosterone Deficiency and Lipid Metabolism Disordersin Men with Ischemic Heart Disease”
Spheres of scientific interests:
pathophysiological mechanisms of development,
age associated diseases,
development of complex approaches to prophylactics and correction.

trinickTom Trinick

MD, professor, BSc (Hons), MB BCh BAO, FRCP, FRCPE, FRCPI, FRCPath, EurClinChem, MD, Belfast, UK

Professor Tom Trinick is Director of the Laboratory and Consultant Physician in General Medicine at the Ulster Hospital in Belfast. 
He qualified in Medicine from the Queens University of Belfast and has interests in hyperlipidaemia, testosterone deficiency and diabetes mellitus. He has been President of the Irish Hyperlipidaemia Association and Chairman of The Andropause Society. He chaired the main Medical Advisory body in Northern Ireland for six years and currently chairs the Guideline and Audit Advisory Network for Northern Ireland, and is advisor in Pathology to the Chief Medical Officer for Northern Ireland. 
He is married with three children and enjoys rowing, sailing and dancing.


tishovaYulya Tishova

MD, PhD, associate professor, Chair of Endocrinology, People’s Friendship University of Russia, The Head of Endocrinological Unit, Clinic of Professor Kalinchenko, Moscow, Russia

Dr Tishova is a practicing endocrinologist-andrologist.   
Member of the International Society for the Study of Aging Male (ISSAM), European Society of Endocrinology (ESE). 
In 2003 graduated from I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University, diploma with honors. In 2005 completed residency at Research Center for Endocrinology (RCE) (Moscow). Together with medical work, she also did a research work and as a result defended PhD on the topic: “The role of hypogonadism correction in metabolic syndrome in men: the double-blind placebo controlled study” (2009). Later this study became known as “Moscow Study” in the international publications.
She is the author of more than 80 scientific works, including the chapters in the monographs «Late Onset Hypogonadism” and “Transsexualism”
Trainings and qualifications 
International Andrology School (ESC, Moscow, 2002).
Post graduate course in clinical endocrinology “Organizing and Holding Trainings for Diabetic Patients” (RCE, Moscow, 2004).
Post graduate course in clinical endocrinology “Organizing and Holding Trainings for Obese Patients” (RCE, Moscow, 2004).
Good Clinical Practice (ICH GCP) for Investigators (Moscow, 2005).
“Principals of Evidence-based Medicine, Biomedical Statistics and Clinical Epidemiology” (Moscow, 2009).
Segeberger Kliniken Nordestedt, Faculty of Andrology and Urology (Prof. Aksam Yassin) (Hambug, Germany, 2010).


vornikBoris Vornyk

MD, PhD, professor, honored physician of Ukraine Republic, Chair of Sexology and Medical Psychology, The Kiev Center of Sexology, Andrology and Human Reproduction, Kiev, Ukraine

Graduated from Bogomolets National Medical University, he received classical education which was needed to become a sexual health specialist: basic training in sexual health, psychiatry, urology, endocrinology and psychotherapy. He has many time trained abroad in Hungary, the Netherland, Cambridge (the UK), Thailand and other countries. He had worked in the UN for about 15 years where he managed programs of sexual and reproduction health. He is an international expert in reproduction and sexual health. 
As a Professor of Sexual Health and Medical Psychology Faculty at HMPGA, he organizes training for students and doctors, does research and scientific work; he has written more than 10 books and about 200 articles in national and international professional journals. He is the author of “Sexopathology” textbook, author and editor of encyclopedia dictionary-guide “Sexology”, published by Belarus Encyclopedia. He has been the Chairman of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine Committee of Gender Correction since 1993. He has passed PhD defense on the topic: “Male Infertility in Chronic Prostatitis – Clinical Picture, Diagnostics, and Treatment”.
He is the President of the Euro-Asian Association of Sexology, Head of the Professional Unit “UKRMENCARE”, Member of the European Association for Sexual Health and other national and international scientific and professional units. He is a member of editorial boards at “Male Health”, “Andrology and sexual medicine”, “Medical Psychology”. He takes part in numerous national and international conferences on sexology, andrology and male health. He has worked out original diagnostic methods in treating sexual disorders and male infertility.


arverStefan Arver


Director Centre for Andrology and Sexual Medicine, Karolinska University Hospital and Dept of Medicine, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden.

Stefan Arver is an endocrinologist by training and has a background in reproductive physiology. Graduated from Karolinska Institutet in 1981 and defended his thesis in 1982 on male reproductive physiology. Stefan Arver has developed clinical andrology and sexual medicine in parallel with research programs covering these areas. He has been appointed as guest professor at UCLA conducting studies related to basic science on androgen action and the role of androgen replacement in HIV infected emn. During the 90-ties he was involved in development of a novel transdermal system for physiological testosterone replacement therapy and its clinical use.

Stefan Arver has been invited speaker to a wide range of Universities and conferences and is also a member of the EAU guidelines committee on male hypogonadism and has organized educational programs and lecture series to GP:s and other health care providers and specialists in order to promote knowledge in treatment of male hypogonadism, sexual dysfunction and gender dysphoria.