These days, ReproUnion is gathering international scientists from leading research environments for a workshop to establish a global network within reproductive medicine. The ambition of the workshop is that we
ReproUnion project is being recognized by the European Commission and the project is nominated for RegioStars Awards in the category of “Creating better access to public services” together with four other candidates.
Today we hosted our last ReproUnion research seminar before the summer holidays. The seminar was hosted by ReproYoung – a group of young scientists in ReproUnion. We were very fortunate to have professor David Albertini from the U.S doing four sessions for us today. Professor Albertini is an internationally recognized scientist and educator in the field of reproductive biology and medicine.
Steps is an app with the purpose to provide more information about fertility treatment and can be used as a planning tool with a timeline of appointments and tasks related to the process of the fertility treatment.
New ReproUnion Publication: Development and Validation of a Mass Spectrometry-based Assay for Quantification of Insulin-like Factor 3 in Human Serum.
Jakob Albrethsen, Ph.D. from Department of Growth and Reproduction from Copenhagen University Hospital in Rigshospitalet has published an article in Clin. Chem. Lab. Med. (2018 May 30) in collaboration with Frederiksen H, Andersson AM, Anand-Ivell R, Nordkap L, Bang AK, Jørgensen N and Juul A.
On our next ReproUnion Research Seminar on June 19th, 2018 we have the honor of having Professor David Albertini, who is Professor of Molecular and Integrative Physiology Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Assisted Reproduction and Genetics.
Linn Mamsen, MSc PhD, from Laboratory of Reproductive Biology at Copenhagen University Hospital, Rigshospitalet has published an article in Pubmed.gov (US National Library of Medicine, National Institute of Health): Cryopreservation of ovarian tissue may be considered in young girls with galactosemia.
ReproUnion and ReproYoung are pleased to invite you to attend the fourth ReproYoung Conference that takes place on October 25-26th, 2018. The conference will be held at the wonderful Saltsjöbad in Sweden – right by the Baltic at Ystad in Österlen, the most beautiful part of the coast of Skåne in Sweden.
Professor Søren Ziebe from ReproUnion shares his thoughts about how the society could change from today’s situation, using a significant amount of money to treat involuntary infertility to instead focusing on infertility prevention.
New ReproUnion Paper Published: Average Sperm Count Remains Unchanged Despite Reduction in Maternal Smoking
The semen quality of young Danish men is still poor despite a marked decline in the proportion of men born to mothers who smoked during pregnancy.