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Basic and Clinical Andrology reviewer acknowledgement 2015

Contributing reviewers

The editor of Basic and Clinical Andrology would like to thank all of our reviewers who have contributed to the journal in Volume 25 (2015).

Alex Varghese

United States of America

Antoine Bennet

France

Celia Ravel

France

Clement Jimenez

France

Csilla Krausz

Italy

Daniele Ribeiro

Brazil

Eberhard Nieschlag

Germany

Eric Huyghe

France

Florence Boitrelle

France

Glaura Fernandes

Brazil

Hans-Gert Bernstein

Germany

Harrison Pope Jr

United States Minor Outlying Islands

Hiram Gay

United States of America

Irma Scholten

Netherlands

Jacques Auger

France

Javier Angulo

Spain

Jean Parinaud

France

Jeanne Perrin

France

Joel Drevet

France

Louis Hermo

Canada

Luboslav Stárka

Czech Republic

Marc Garnick

United States of America

Maria Hernandez

Mexico

Maria-Christina Avellar

Brazil

Mário Sousa

Portugal

Marjan Sabbaghian

Iran

Omotayo Erejuwa

Malaysia

Pedro Fontes Oliveira

Portugal

Pierre Watcho

Cameroon

Rachel Guiton

France

Ricardo Bertolla

Brazil

Robert Given

United States of America

Safouane Hamdi

France

Sergey Moskovtsev

Canada

Sylviane Hennebicq

France

Thomas Ebner

Austria

Valerie Grandjean

France

Yvon Englert

Belgium

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Correspondence to Roger Mieusset.

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