American Society of Andrology
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About American Society of Andrology
The American Society of Andrology (ASA) is a non-profit scientific, literary, and educational organization with the purpose of advancing knowledge of male reproductive biology and medicine. It does this by fostering interdisciplinary communication within the sciences, within the medical specialties, and between the sciences and medical specialties on andrologically issues. The society holds conferences and meetings, publishes the Journal of Andrology and relevant Handbooks (for example, Handbook of Andrology), interfaces with other basic science and clinical organizations regarding shared interests, and does other work to promote the discipline. The American Society of Andrology was founded in 1975 and is the largest national society of andrology with a current membership of approximately 800 basic scientists and clinicians involved in the study or treatment of the male reproductive system.