SEGO is the Federation of Societies of Gynaecology and Obstetrics of the autonomous regions of Spain. With over 120 years of existence has the privilege of being the oldest Scientific Society of our specialty throughout Europe.
It was founded in Madrid on June 14th 1874, under the chairmanship of Dr Francisco Alonso Rubio, in order to "study women in the different states of their body." In 1987, during the XXIII Spanish Congress in Oviedo, it was changed the former name of Association of Spanish Gynaecologists (AGE) by the current one of Spanish Society of Gynaecology and Obstetrics (SEGO).
The Spanish Fertility Society is a scientific society that aims to promote studies on fertility and encourage their application to social problems that are related to it.
There are also, among its goals, to advise the Administration and other entities that require it, on issues that are related to reproductive health and disseminate knowledge that have to do with it.
ASEBIR is an association that was created in 1993 and includes most of the professionals who work in the field of Reproductive Biology, either in clinical application tasks in Human Assisted Reproduction laboratories as well as basic research and other related specialties.
ASEBIR has more than 800 partners from different backgrounds in the area of biomedical sciences (Doctors, Biologists, Biotechnologists, Pharmacists, Chemists, Biochemists and Veterinarians).
Founded in 1974, the AEGH is currently constituted as a scientific non-profit nationwide association, home to about 900 Spanish professionals whose activity is focused on the study of human genetics in different areas (clinician, researcher and teacher).
Human Genetics is characterized by bringing together a wide range of areas of work and expertise: Medical-Clinical Genetics (Dysmorphology), Cytogenetics, Molecular Genetics, Biochemical Genetics, Genetic Counselling and other more recent addition as Pharmacogenetics and applied Genomics, which are developed by professionals in Hospitals, Health Centres, Universities or Companies, both in public and private sectors.
The Spanish Association of Andrology (ASESA) was founded in 1980 and currently has 500 active members. Our scientific society is characterised by its multidisciplinary nature and brings together specialists dealing with the many different areas of male reproductive and sexual functions. ASESA's main aims include: