The first ReproUnion debate on Folkemødet —with the title of “Let’s Make Babies & Money” followed such questions as why is the decreasing number of fertility a challenge for Europe? How do we secure fertility – now and in the future? How do we get world-class fertility research and treatment?
The Laboratory of Reproductive Biology (LRB) at Rigshospitalet celebrates a thousand human ovaries cryopreserved for fertility preservation from 1999-2017.
Folkemødet is Denmark’s largest political arena, where politicians, business people and organizations gather to discuss current and future challenges and opportunities of the society. This year, we were invited to host two ReproUnion events in collaboration with European Commission’s representation in Denmark. Read about PhD Stine Lunding’s Folkemødet experience on the big stage, where she presented her research project.
On Monday, June 19, 2017 Swetox and ReproUnion joined forces to host a joint workshop on chemicals and human reproduction.
This year, the European Commission is also hosting a series of short presentations at Folkemødet. Stine Lunding, an MD. PhD candidate at the Fertility Clinic at Rigshospitalet, will give a seven-minute presentation of her ReproUnion research project, Auto-transplantation of fragmented ovarian cortical tissue in infertile patients with low ovarian reserve.
We are pleased to invite you to ReproUnion debate on Folkemødet 2017.
Scientific article from ReproUnion partners is just published.
Two days with inspiring speeches and a lot of networking was in focus at the ReproUnion Conference last week.
The Swedish Epidemiological Association and the SIMSAM research network welcome you to NordicEpi Lund 2017, the 8th Nordic Meeting in Epidemiology and Register-Based Research in Lund on September 13 – 15 2017.
Tanja Tydén¸ who is a senior professor in reproductive health at the Department of Women´s and Children’s Health at Uppsala University talks about reproductive life plan.