This month has been a remarkable time for ReproUnion. On Tuesday the 20th we hosted the closing conference of ReproUnion 2018. The conference marked the end of our three years
New York Times announced a few days ago that a Chinese scientist claims to have created the world’s first genetically edited babies in an incredibly controversial research. If true, this
Thank you to all our participants for making the closing conference of ReproUnion 2018 a success! Thank you to all our diverse and dynamic group of speakers and panelists who
In yesterday’s news report on TV2 Lorry, we met the conservative parliamentary politician Mette Abildgaard that shares her way of becoming a mother with the help of reproductive medicine. Today
Don’t miss the closing conference of our three-year EU-funded project ReproUnion on November 20th, 2018 from 9 am to 5 pm at the Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers in Copenhagen.
Did you miss our ReproUnion Super Session at Nordic Life Science Days on September 12th? Watch it here.
On Wednesday, September 12th, we had a Super Session at Nordic Life Science Days in Stockholm where we introduced Reproductive Medicine and new business opportunities with three top experts, Dr. Marcel Van Duin from Ferring Pharmaceutical, Dr. Rita Vassena from Eugin and DR. Stig Jørgensen from ReproUnion.
A high-quality level in research, interdisciplinary aspects, and the possibility to discuss and receive competent feedback from many sides – ReproUnion led the way
On a newly published article in Dagens Medicin (a Danish news channel for the health sector) the Board of Directors of ReproUnion have written a contribution to a debate on how ReproUnion is trying to create a completely new approach to fertility research and development.
The ReproUnion Management Unit would like to congratulate the young scientists in ReproYoung with the professional and well executed 4th ReproYoung Conference that took place on 25th to 26th of October.
The success in the ReproUnion facilitated Patient Mobility Agreement between Denmark and Sweden may lay the foundation for more bilateral health services between the two neighboring countries.
On November 15th, 2018 ReproUnion Fertility Awareness team will in collaboration with Copenhagen University host a debate with the subject: Do we need more babies?