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ReproUnion researchers defended their PhD projects virtually in 2020

ReproUnion researchers defended their PhD projects virtually in 2020

Fostering the next generation of researchers is vital to meet the future demands of managing and preventing infertility problems. Here we feature Selma Kløve Landersø and Pernille Udesen, who were among the first to virtually defend their ReproUnion supported-PhDs during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Young men take fertility for granted

Young men take fertility for granted

As part of ReproUnion in 2018, Gritt Marie Hviid Malling initiated a study, which was published in Human Fertility in March 2020. The findings are presented at ReproUnion's Fertility Awareness...

From the White House to Lund with the Cancer Moonshot project

From the White House to Lund with the Cancer Moonshot project

In his final State of the Union Address in 2016, President Obama called on then Vice President Biden to lead a new, national “Moonshot” initiative to eliminate cancer as we know it. The European Cancer Moonshot Lund Center was established and ReproUnion board member, Professor Johan Malm, had the pleasure to meet Joe Biden.

ReproUnion supported PhD adds novel insights to the understanding of female reproductive ageing

ReproUnion supported PhD adds novel insights to the understanding of female reproductive ageing

“We need deeper insights about the biology associated with ovarian ageing to provide future strategies for prevention and/or treatments of age-related female infertility. Ultimately, a clinical biomarker for ovarian ageing would enable women to better plan the time for pregnancy – according to their own life preferences in combination with their own biology,” said Kristina Wendelboe Olsen, who defended her PhD on th25 September 2020.