Armand Zini, Md, Frcsc
Head, Division Of Urology & Full Professor, Department Of Surgery
Recently, he has focused his research activity on the study of human sperm DNA, specifically evaluating the etiology of sperm DNA damage and the impact of sperm DNA damage on male fertility potential. Dr. Zini is currently funded (by CIHR and NSERC) for studies on sperm physiology and the epigenetic effects of dietary vitamin supplementation.
1985 - 1989 McGill University, Montreal, Quebec
Medical Doctor, Master of Surgery (MD, CM)
1982 - 1985 McGill University, Montreal, Quebec
Bachelor of Science with Distinction in Biochemistry and Computer Science.
1994 - 1996 The Population Council and Cornell University, New York, NY
Fellowship in Male Infertility
1991 - 1994 McGill University, Montreal, Quebec
Resident in Urology
1989 - 1991 McGill University, Montreal, Quebec
Resident in General Surgery
Dr. Zini’s main expertise is in the area of male infertility. His clinical research interests include varicoceles and the role of semen oxidants and antioxidants in male infertility.