Specialty Medical Diagnostics for Male Infertility
Patient Focused, Quality Driven
FlowLabs is the leading resource for the laboratory investigation of male infertility in Ontario. Our test menu includes computer-assisted semen analysis (CASA), postejaculatory urinalysis, anti-sperm antibody testing, sperm aneuploidy measurement, and DNA Integrity (DFI) assessment.
Our medical team includes Royal College-certified pathologists and clinician consultants dedicated to the diagnosis, treatment, and management of male infertility. They are an experienced team with a deep understanding of diagnostic and clinical medicine.
FlowLabs provides the most technologically advanced testing available backed up by comprehensive quality standards, accreditation, and licensing to ensure accuracy. We provide our clients with the laboratory information and consultant advice required for the diagnosis and treatment of male infertility. Our turnaround time affords you the time you need to choose the best course of treatment for your patients.
Our mission is to help physicians and patients make informed treatment decisions when faced with the diagnosis of male infertility by providing the best in technical and scientific expertise. We aim for our service to doctors and patients to be at the highest possible level.
FlowLabs Medical and Scientific Staff
Dr Mullen is the Laboratory Director for FlowLabs and Deputy Director of Laboratories in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto.
He is an Associate Professor of Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology, Anesthesia and Urology at the University of Toronto. He has chaired and been consulted on a many provincial initiatives focused on identification and implementation of best practice policies. Dr. Mullen is heavily involved in research and has published extensively.
Dr. Jarvi is the Director of the Murray Koffler Urologic Wellness Centre and Head of Urology at the Mount Sinai Hospital. He is a Professor of Surgery at the University of Toronto and directs the Male Infertility Program at the University of Toronto.
Dr. Jarvi has pioneered several techniques in urological surgery, published extensively on his research interests, and is internationally recognized in his field.
Dr Abolhassani is currently the Manager of Research and Development in FlowLabs. He worked as an associate professor in Embryology and Anatomy in Tehran University for more than 20 years. He chaired embryology division and taught advanced embryology to graduate and medical students. He has published more than forty original articles in infertility with a focus on male infertility.