ReproUnion is in Danish daily, Berlingske, with a debate article about the Danish-Swedish collaboration in the ReproUnion project. The article focuses on how we in the Øresund region are creating world class research within reproductive medicine and securing the growth of the population on both sides of the Øresund bridge.
All three regions in the project, Region Skåne, The Capital Region of Denmark and Region Zealand are behind this article with the key message: By collaborating in this project, we can become the world leader in overcoming infertility.
Read the article here (in Danish only).
ReproUnion supported PhD brings new knowledge on the imprint men and women risk leaving on their future children from smoking and exposure to PFAS
The world’s largest male offspring cohort to examine the fetal origin of adult reproductive function – called the Fetal Programming of Semen Quality (FEPOS) was established in 2017 as part of Katia Keglberg Hærvig’s PhD project, funded by ReproUnion. “We needed the...