Achrafieh, Beirut , Lebanon
Dubai, Damac executive heights, office 1901


30 year-old professional society

whose mission is to improve fertility care of couples
in the Arab world and Middle East


Membership to the Society is open for all individuals active in the field of

reproductive medicine and science

including medical doctors, scientists, students
and support personnel


Physician-in-Training Program, an outreach educational program which main focus is to offer post-graduate physicians, residents and fellows, with the opportunity to acquire knowledge and skills in Reproductive Medicine and Embryology that will enhance their potential and further their careers as health providers.

Membership to the Society is open for all individuals active in the field of reproductive medicine and science including medical doctors, scientists, students and support personnel such as nurses, laboratory technicians, counselors, psychologists, social workers etc.

The Middle East Fertility Society (MEFS) provides a 20,000 USD grant to support and facilitate basic and clinical research aimed at improving reproductive outcome of infertile couples. This research fund is a generous donation from Crown Prince Sultan Bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud to support meritorious research in the field of Human Reproduction and Embryology.

Dr. Samir Abbas- MEFS Research Award
We hope this year we will receive more papers and publications for the award.
Good Luck!

The scientific board on education and research

is a body composed of highly-esteemed well-published clinicians and well-funded scientists of Middle-Eastern descent representing the scientific clout of the society. For the first time, so many eminent scientific figures from our region join together to vest their prestige in an ambitious scientific endeavor aimed at improving management of the infertile population of the Middle East...

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Published & hosted by Elsevier from January 2010 & full text is available on science Direct
Guidelines for the use of Insulin Sensitizing Drugs in the management of PCOS-associated Infertility



MEFS Special Interest Groups

The scope of SIG Embryology is comprehensive, incorporating all from basic scientific advances to laboratory practices and policy guidance. It is the main concern for many MEFS members who are interested in the present and future developments of clinical embryology...Read More
welcome to the section dedicated to SIG- Endometriosis- Chairman- Objectives- Activities...Read More
The newly minted Menopause Special Interest Group within MEFS aims to create, over the next two years, a space at the annual meeting for the sharing and exchange of knowledge and opinions related to conditions exacerbated by female reproductive aging...Read More
The PCOS special interest group mission is to provide a high quality of PCOS health care and offer a state-of-the-art resources to supply the most advanced health care which is sustained by a program of research, in order to improve the lives of patients with PCOS. The mission of the PCOS SIG can be advanced by collaborative research work, sharing knowledge and promoting research projects...Read More
Dr. Farra did her residency training in Medical Genetics at the University of Rene Descartes - Hopital Necker and Gustave Roussy Institute - Villejuif (France).
She pursued a fellowship training in Molecular Cytogenetics at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital – Harvard Medical school in Boston [USA]...Read More
Our objectives for the two-years of the Reproductive surgery Special interest group are as follows:
1- Institute a multi-level expert laparoscopy course that would be organized all year long to permit Reproductive surgeons to sharpen their laparoscopic skills depending on their respective levels...Read More
The MEFS nursing special interest group for fertility nurses aims to ensure the participation and active contribution of fertility nurses within the MEFS activities. By working together, the MEFS fertility nurse’s group members can share their knowledge, experiences and new nursing practices in order to deliver the best care for infertile couples seeking treatment. Read More