Workshop on the Future of Groundbreaking Reproductive Technologies

Jun 21, 2018

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 with joint forces – with time – can solve five major future challenges within reproductive medicine and this will result in tomorrow’s newest groundbreaking reproductive technologies.

Here are the five reproductive challenges beyond 2018:

  1. Improvement of Human Fertility
  2. Optimizing Reproductive Health Outcomes
  3. Securing and Expanding Ovarian Function
  4. Prevention of Infertility Related Morbidity
  5. Improved Fertility Awareness

ReproUnion would like to thank our international partners in this project:
Harvard Medical School (US)
Harvard School of Public Health (US)
Igenomix (ES)
Imperial College London (UK)
Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development (IT)
National Institute of Health and Medical Research (Inserm) (FR)
Stanford University Medical Center (US)
The Center for Human Reproduction (US)
The University of Edinburgh (UK)
The University of Nottingham (UK)
Université Catholique de Louvain (BE)
University of California (US)
University of Cambridge School of Clinical Medicine (UK)

We would further like to thank our Swedish-Danish partners:
Capital Region of Denmark, Region Zealand of Denmark, Region Skåne in Southern Sweden, Medicon Valley Alliance, Ferring Pharmaceuticals, Lund University, the University of Copenhagen.


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