WHAT IF I LIVE ABROAD
Andrology is the medical terminology that describes the subspecialty involving the study of male reproduction and treatment of male infertility. There are two sides to every conception journey, and the Andrology Institute of America is here and ready to ensure that the male component of that equation is treated appropriately and effectively. After all, it "takes two to tango".
CAN AIA HELP ME?
By offering state of the art services and cutting edge technologies not available elsewhere, the Andrology Institute of America utilizes the expertise and ability of Professor Dr. Zavos to the benefit of its patients. We treat all patients equally, and no one is better than Dr. Zavos, the true "Father of Andrology" in the World.
The Andrology Institute of America is also quite proud of its many international partnerships and Affiliates. They all put the same level of care, compassion, and sophistication into their work as Professor Zavos does, and that is why he handpicked them to join the AIA network. These affiliates would be delighted to speak with our global clients about all of your fertility needs.
Prof. Zavos, our Director and Chief of Andrology continues to excel around the globe. His associations show it!
PROFESSOR LUC MONTAGNIER
Professor Zavos would like to congratulate his friend, Professor Luc Montagnier, on receiving the 2008 Nobel Prize for the discovery of the HIV virus.
The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2008 for the discovery of the HIV virus.
ROBERT G. EDWARDS
Professor Zavos would like to congratulate his friend and colleague, Robert Edwards, for receiving the 2010 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine. "Robert Edwards, you are so deserving of the recognition, and you made all of us so proud!"
The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2010 for the development of in vitro fertilization.
SIR JOHN B. GURDON
Professor Zavos would like to congratulate his friend, Sir John B. Gurdon, on receiving the 2012 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his research in stem cells and cloning.
The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2012 for his research in stem cells and cloning.