Giessen

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It is our great pleasure to announce the 12th NYRA Meeting, that will be held in Giessen, Germany, on September 23rd – 24th 2019. This year the meeting will be held adjacent to the 6th International Workshop on Molecular Andrology and the 50th Anniversary of the Department of Urology in Giessen.

Currently we are working on an exciting and diverse programme with amazing national and international speakers for you and you are invited to save the date for an interesting conference for young andrologists. We will offer 15 young researchers the chance to present their work as oral presentations as well as an exciting poster session. Also this year we will award the best presentation and the best abstract. For those of you who want even more science and networking, there is the chance to attend the Workshop on Molecular Andrology on a special offer for registered NYRA members.

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Our Speakers

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Dr. Humphrey Yao

NIH, North Carolina, USA

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Dr. Adrian Pilatz

Department of Urology, Pediatric Urology and Andrology, Gießen, Germany

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Prof. Christophe Arnoult

Université Grenoble Alpes, Grenoble, France

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Prof. Julie Cocquet

INSERM, Paris, France

Programme

  • 11.00 - 13.30

    Registration

  • 13.30 - 13.45

    Welcome

  • event speaker

    13.45 - 14.45

    Dr. Humphrey Yao


    Molecular interactions in the male reproductive tract
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    14.45 - 15.45

    Selected presentations 1-4


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    15.45 - 16.15

    Coffee break


  • event speaker

    16.15 - 18.15

    Dr. Adrian Pilatz


  • event speaker

    17.15 - 18.15

    Selected presentations 5-8


  • 18.15

    End day 1 - Free Evening

  • event speaker

    9.00 - 10.00

    Prof. Julie Cocquet


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    10.00 - 10.30

    Coffee break


  • event speaker

    10.30 - 12.15

    Selected presentations 9-15


  • 12.15 - 12.30

    Sponsor talk

  • 12.30 - 14.30

    Lunch & Poster Session

  • 14.30 - 15.30

    Workshop - Bioinformatics

  • event speaker

    15.30 - 15.45

    Coffee break


  • event speaker

    15.45 - 16.30

    Prof. Christophe Arnoult


    “Infertility due to sperm deficiencies
  • 16.30

    Closing ceremony

  • event speaker

    19.00 - 00.00

    Dinner at Dachcafé


VENUE

Giessen Medical Faculty

Klinikstrasse 29

The congress will be held in the heart of the Giessen Medical Faculty, Klinikstrasse 29, close to the city centre, from where touristic attractions can be reached by walking or by public transportation.

You don't want to lose the opportunity to visit Germany’s no. 1 student city - a city on the move, breathing history and living culture. We are preparing a very nice social program, so that everyone can enjoy the atmosphere of the beautiful city of Giessen.


From the hotel, the easiest way of getting there is by foot. By foot (approx. 1km/15Min): Exiting the hotel turn right and head towards Frankfurter Strasse. Turn right onto Frankfurter Strasse and head uphill until you reach Klinikstrasse, then turn left. You will see the Faculty building on your left handside.
Alternatively you can take the Bus. By Bus (Number 1): Exiting the hotel turn right and head towards Frankfurter Strasse. Turn right onto Frankfurter Strasse and head to the Bus stop “Liebigstrasse”. Take Bus number 1 to “Sophie-Scholl-Schule” and get off at “Klinikstrasse”. From there cross the street and walk up Klinikstrasse. You will see the Faculty building on your left handside. For information on times and schedule of the busses please visit www.bahn.de.

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Parking facilities
Few parking spaces directly at the hotel with entrance via Bahnhofstraße 51 at € 10.00 per car and day or in the Dernpassage multi-storey car park, entrance via the Westanlage next to our hotel on the right-hand side at € 7.50 per car and day, payable at the automatic machine in the multi-storey car park. Further Parking options are directly at the Giessen train station at 3-5€ per day. These are within 700m walking distance from the hotel.

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Arrival from Frankfurt (Main) Airport (FRA)
By train (recommended): Take the train to conveniently travel from Frankfurt Airport to the Giessen. The airport train station is located below the terminal (basement level 1) and can be easily reached by using the escalators or elevators. Head to the “Frankfurt Regionalbahnhof” Station (regional) and take the train (S-Bahn) number S9 to Frankfurt Main station (Frankfurt Hbf). Visit www.bahn.de to consult the schedules or buy a ticket. Tickets can also be bought at the travel centre or ticket machine at the airport. From the main station, take the regional train to Giessen (direction “Stadtallendorf” or “Kassel”). When you reach Giessen train station, take the “Bahnhofstrasse” just in front of you. Then take the second right to reach the hotel after 700m.
By taxi: Taxis with a taximeter are permanently available in front of the arrivals hall. The fare from the airport to the city centre of Giessen is normally around € 60-80.

Arrival from Frankfurt Hahn Airport (HHN)
By shuttle bus (recommended): The bus stop at Frankfurt Hahn Airport is at the long-distance bus parking P36. From Terminal 2 please use the free terminal bus to P36 or the skyline to Terminal 1, from there follow the signs P36/Fernbusse. Terminal 1 is within walking distance. You can book tickets at https://www.bohr.de/linienverkehr/buslinie-hahn-frankfurt. Take the bus to Frankfurt main station and from there take the regional train to Giessen (direction “Stadtallendorf” or “Kassel”). When you reach Giessen train station, take the “Bahnhofstrasse” just in front of you. Then take the second right to reach the hotel after 700m.
Other: Other ways of travelling from Frankfurt Hahn Airpot to Giessen via Frankfurt main station can be consulted at https://www.hahn-airport.de/default.aspx?menu=by_bus&cc=de.

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For more information about the Network for Young Researchers in Andrology, please visit our website:
https://nyra-youngresearch.eu/