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?
We are pleased to present the news that our collaborative partner the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE) will host its 36th Annual Meeting from 5th – 8th
Expression of the O-Glycosylation Enzyme GalNAc-T3 in the Equatorial Segment Correlates with the Quality of Spermatozoa.
To commemorate our success, we will be hosting a conference on November 20th, 2018: ReproUnion Conference 2018 – Research and Infertility Treatment Hand in Hand – An inspiring story. This will be an opportunity to summarizing the past, celebrating our success stories and looking into the future and to discuss what is next?
On September 12th, 2018 ReproUnion hosted a Super Session at Nordic Life Science Days in Stockholm. We would like to ask the participants at the Super Session to give feedback on their thoughts about the Super Session via this feedback form (the estimated time for the survey is 2 minutes).
New ReproUnion Publication: ’Risk of Metabolic Disorders in Childless Men: A Population-based Cohort Study’
ReproUnion’s research assistant Ane Berger Bungum from Bispebjerg Hospital has in collaboration with ReproUnion colleagues Clara Helene Glazer, Jens Peter Bonde, Aleksander Giwercman, Sandra Søgaard Tøttenborg and Peter M Nilsson published a new study.
All fertility treatments in Region Zealand is gathered in a new fertility clinic that opens today.
The ReproYoung Steering Committee (an established association for young researchers within reproduction) had a meeting yesterday, where they were adding the final touches to the phenomenal 4th ReproYoung Conference that takes place on October 25th to 26th in Ystad, Sweden.
Newest research in reproductive medicine and how to predict reproductive diseases