Sabine Kliesch, MD
Centre of Reproductive Medicine and Andrology, Department of Clinical Andrology, University of Münster, Germany
Clinician, Clinical Investigator, Basic Scientist
Professor Kliesch is a urologist and andrologist and has been the Head of the Department of Clinical Andrology at the CeRA since 2008. She is a basic and clinical researcher focused on testicular tumors, fertility protection in oncological disease of boys and men, male infertility, sexual disorders and male hypogonadism. Her investigative approach is collaborative and multidisciplinary, spanning the fields of andrology, urology, endocrinology, human genetics, psychology, molecular biology. Her research projects are part of the "germ cell potential" research group as well as clinically oriented. She founded the network Androprotect at the CeRA and is thus involved in the clinical part of the stem cell basic research group at the CeRA. Development of testis cancer, individualised treatment of infertile males and application of new drugs in andrology belong to her fields of interest. Professor Kliesch's work has been published in leading scientific journals. She is board member of scientific organisations in urology and andrology.
Her clinical practice covers the complete spectrum of andrology including reproductive endocrinology, infertility, hypogonadism, erectile dysfunction. She also has extensive experience in the treatment of testicular tumors and andrological operations such as microsurgical refertilisation, testicular sperm extraction, implantation of penile prostheses in erectile dysfunction.