ReproUnion seeking Grant Manager with an eye for international funding

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Are you experienced with grant application processes, then you may be the new team member ReproUnion is... Read More → ReproUnion seeking Grant Manager with an eye for international funding

The ReproUnion footprint on ESHRE 2019 could not be missed!

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End of June 2019 the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE) held their 35th annual... Read More → The ReproUnion footprint on ESHRE 2019 could not be missed!

A warm farewell to Chairman Jens Sønksen, who has left the ReproUnion Executive Board

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At the General Assembly in June ReproUnion’s management announced that Jens Sønksen had stepped down from... Read More → A warm farewell to Chairman Jens Sønksen, who has left the ReproUnion Executive Board

Dr Stormlund wins award for her presentation of the ReproUnion supported study “Freeze-all versus fresh embryo transfer in ART”

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Dr Sasha Stormlund not only impressed the audience but also received ESHRE’s Clinical Science Award for her... Read More → Dr Stormlund wins award for her presentation of the ReproUnion supported study “Freeze-all versus fresh embryo transfer in ART”

Dr Tøttenborg reported from ESHRE about the effect of paternal smoking on semen quality of adult sons

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Preliminary results from a large population study based on the Danish National Birth Cohort has found that... Read More → Dr Tøttenborg reported from ESHRE about the effect of paternal smoking on semen quality of adult sons

Dr Spangmose was the first to present findings at ESHRE from a ReproUnion supported study

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The large cohort study confirms small added obstetric risk from transfer of longer developed embryos in IVF... Read More → Dr Spangmose was the first to present findings at ESHRE from a ReproUnion supported study

Low risk of malformation in children fathered by men treated for testicular germ-cell cancer

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In June Lunds University announced the results of this nation-wide register study, which was published in... Read More → Low risk of malformation in children fathered by men treated for testicular germ-cell cancer

Running out of eggs before meeting mr. right?

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In May ReproUnion co-organised the Life Cycle Symposium at Lund University where Anders Nyboe Andersen,... Read More → Running out of eggs before meeting mr. right?

The children we don’t have – Denmark’s reproductive sustainability is under pressure

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An op-ed in the Danish newspaper Politiken is highlighting important societal problems which will arise as a... Read More → The children we don’t have – Denmark’s reproductive sustainability is under pressure

Little Grady gives new hope of preserving the fertility in young boys with cancer

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First primate born from frozen testicular tissue offers researchers hope to preserve the fertility in young... Read More → Little Grady gives new hope of preserving the fertility in young boys with cancer

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