Dr. Adham Zaazaa is an Egyptian Andrologist and Surgeon. Graduated with a bachelor's degree with excellence in Medicine & Surgery from the Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University in 2001, which is one of the oldest medical schools in the Middle East, and one of the first medical schools to develop a specialized department Andrology in the world since its establishment in 1826. Dr Adham spent his Internship (2002-2003) and Residency (2003-2008) periods in the Department of Andrology of Cairo University Educational Hospitals (Kasr Al-Aini).
Dr. Adham has earned a master's degree in medical sciences in 2008 and conducted the master's thesis on "Assessment and Enhancement of the sperm DNA fragmentation index". He then attended an Observership at the Urology Department, Surgery & Stem Cell Research Laboratory, University of California, San Francisco UCSF in 2009. Then passed the European Board of Sexual Health examinations in Amsterdam Holland and was granted fellowship of the European Society of Sexual Medicine in 2012.
Dr. Adham holds a doctorate degree in Andrology surgery from Cairo University in 2013. The title of his doctoral dissertation was "The Evaluation of The 16 Dot Technique in The Correction of Congenital Penile Curvature". He gained the membership of the Royal College of Surgeons in Britain in 2014, and a certificate of specialization in clinical embryology from the American Society of Reproductive Medicine ASRM in 2018.
During his scientific career, Dr. Adham was taught by world leading scientists and pioneers in the field of Andrology surgery, headed by Dr. Hussein Ghanem, Professor and Head of the Department of Andrology at the Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University, and Dr. Tom F. Lue Professor and Vice Chair of Urology University of California San Francisco UCSF. Dr. Adham has devoted most of his time and research efforts to research and development of surgical techniques in the field of Penile Implants and treatment of erectile dysfunction. In 2018, he developed a new surgical technique to preserve the cavernous tissue during the implantation "Cavernous tissue sparing penile prosthesis implantation; a pilot study". This helps to avoid many of the side effects of the Penile Prosthesis, which was not previously possible as the conventional technique does not spare cavernous tissue during implantation.
Dr. Adham is currently a consultant of Andrology surgery and male infertility at the Cairo University Educational Hospital (Kasr El Ainy), and an assistant professor at the Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University. Where he teaches  techniques of Andrology surgery and supervise several studies, master's and doctorates in the field.
Certifications, Boards & Societies Memberships:
  • Male Reproductive & Sexual Medicine & Surgery, Cairo University  (MD, PhD.)
  • European Board of Sexual Medicine, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (EBSM)
  • Fellow of the European Committee of Sexual Medicine (FECSM)
  • Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, England (MRCS)
  • Member of the International Society of Sexual Medicine (ISSM)
  • Member of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM)
  • Certified Clinical Embryologist by The American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM)
  • Member of the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE)
  • Member of the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART)
  • Member of the Society of Reproductive Surgeons (SRS)
  • Member of the Middle-East Society of Sexual Medicine (MESSM)
Contact Info:
Address: 62 Mohyeldin Abulezz St, Mohandessin, Cairo, Egypt.
Phone: +201212129873
Email: info@adhamzaazaa.com