Grupo Eugin is an international network of medical services clinics specializing in assisted reproduction treatment (ART) of patients with reproductive issues.

We offer services to patients from all over the world at our clinics in Spain, Italy, Denmark, Brazil and Colombia. Grupo Eugin strongly believes that an excellent medical treatment must be based on empirically based, solid basic research. Therefore, the concept of evidence-based assisted reproduction technologies (EBART) is central to our philosophy and practice. Our ideal is that all methods and techniques used in Grupo Eugin clinics be state of the art in the field of assisted reproduction and based on robust and reproducible scientific data.


Our History

Clínica Eugin Spain was founded in 1994, and gradually grew to become one of the major fertility clinics in Europe. In 2013, Clínica Eugin Spain opened the Basic Research Laboratory (located at the Parque Científico Barcelona) with the goal of establishing and expanding its in-house capabilities for generation of scientific knowledge regarding human reproduction and infertility. In our laboratory, located at the Parque Científico Barcelona, we test hypothesis, ideas, and results recently published in the literature to check their usefulness and validity before incorporating them in our clinical protocols. We aim to be at the forefront of knowledge generation in our field.

In recent years, Clínica Eugin Spain has acquired a number of fertility clinics in Europe and South America, resulting in Grupo Eugin: a network of centers dedicated to providing the best quality fertility treatment to patients throughout the world. In Europe, we have centers in Spain (Barcelona and Madrid), Italy (Módena, Monza, Taranto, Milan) and Denmark (Copenhague). In South America, we currently have presence in Colombia (Bogotá) and in Brazil (Sao Paulo and Campinha).


Our Mission

Our overall mission is to promote and develop excellent, cutting edge, internationally competitive research, with focus on clearly defined clinical problems in both male and female ART patients in order to provide translational transfer and support to all our clinics for the benefit of assisted reproduction patients worldwide. We actively monitor current trends and debates, and contribute to the development of knowledge and techniques in our field. We aim to train early career scientists in reproduction biology and assisted reproduction techniques, develop fruitful collaborations and synergies with companies, clinics, and educational or research institutions and to participate actively in national and international meetings of the assisted reproduction community, ensuring wide dissemination of our research through publication of our work in the top journals of our field.

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