Diabetes, Obesity and Human Reproduction

Group leader

Hector Francisco Escobar Morreale

hectorfrancisco.escobar(ELIMINAR)@salud.madrid.org

Tlf.: +34 91 336 90 29

Principal Investigator

  • Manuel Luque Ramírez

Collaborators

  • Francisco Álvarez Blasco
  • Elena Fernández Durán
  • María Rosa Insenser Nieto
  • María Ángeles Martínez García
  • José Luis San Millán López
  • Eider Pascual Corrales
  • Samuel Moncayo Martín
  • Verónica de Dios Rosa
Imagen equipo

Group leader

Hector Francisco Escobar Morreale

hectorfrancisco.escobar(ELIMINAR)@salud.madrid.org

Tlf.: +34 91 336 90 29

Principal Investigator

  • Manuel Luque Ramírez

Collaborators

  • Francisco Álvarez Blasco
  • Elena Fernández Durán
  • María Rosa Insenser Nieto
  • María Ángeles Martínez García
  • José Luis San Millán López
  • Eider Pascual Corrales
  • Samuel Moncayo Martín
  • Verónica de Dios Rosa

Objectives

  • Lead the focus of sex/gender medicine towards metabolic diseases with a high prevalence in Spain.
  • Lead the transfer research in reproductive endocrinology and intermediary metabolism.
  • Lead the transfer of scientific knowledge to the clinical practice in reproductive endocrinology.

Research lines

  • Evolution of obesity-related female androgen excess after weight loss.
  • Evolution of obesity-related male hypogonadism after weight loss.
  • Influence of obesity and gonadal dysfunction on early cardiovascular disease markers and cardiovascular risk markers.
  • Obesity as a cardiovascular risk factor in males and females.
  • Adipose tissue and intermediary metabolism dysfunction after the treatment of androgen deficiency in males.
  • Adipose tissue and intermediary metabolism dysfunction after the treatment of androgen excess in females.

Location

Laboratory of the Diabetes, Obesity and Human Reproduction Group


Floor -2 center/right 
Ramón y Cajal University Hospital

Keywords

reproductive endocrinology, androgens, estrogens, diabetes, obesity, intermediary metabolism, polycystic ovary syndrome, hypogonadism.