About Us

The Jordanian Society for Fertility and Genetics (JSFG) was established on 22 December 1997 in Amman to help fulfill the ambitions of Jordanian pioneers in the field of infertility and reproductive medicine. This society has been enriched through the membership of non-clinicians, including geneticists, embryologists, and pharmacists. Indeed, the JSFG should have been established as a branch of "The Jordanian Medical Syndicate," the mother of all medical societies. However, having non-clinical members has been an obstacle to enrollment as a member of the Jordanian Medical Syndicate for the JSFG, therefore the JSFG had to act independently and obtain a license from the Ministry of Interior. Nevertheless, mutual respect and cooperation was maintained.

In 1998, Her Majesty Queen Noor accepted the offer to be the Honorary President of the JSFG.

In 1998, the JSFG became a member of the International Federation of Fertility and Sterility (IFFS).

The JSFG has many goals, but a primary goal is to be up-to-date with the advances in fertility and maintain interactions and links with colleagues within Jordan and worldwide.

Therefore, many workshops, lectures, and congresses have been sponsored through the JSFG.