When ICSI killed Andrology
PROFESSOR ALLAN PACEY
Allan is Professor of Andrology in the Department of Oncology and Metabolism at the University of Sheffield.
His research interests include aspects of male fertility and has published over 180 research papers, book chapters and review articles on the topic. He is a former Secretary (2005-2010) and Chairman (2012-2015) of the British Fertility Society as well as the current Editor in Chief of the BFS journal Human Fertility. In addition, Allan is an accomplished science communicator and broadcaster. Recent television programmes include Me, My Brother and our Balls (2020), Alex Jones – Fertility and Me (2016), Britain’s Secret Code Breaker (2011), Donor Unknown (2011), The Great Sperm Race (2009), The Truth About Food (2007), Make me a Baby (2007) and Lab Rats (2004). In 2016 he was awarded an MBE by the Queen for services to Reproductive Medicine. You can follow his general musings about science, fertility and the life of an academic on Twitter and Instagram @allanpacey. His University web page is at http://www.sheffield.ac.uk/oncology-metabolism/staff/pacey.