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Reproduction SRI

About us

This new Strategic Research Initiative explores the urgent challenges posed by reproduction today.

We facilitate close engagement between the arts, humanities and social sciences, biology and medicine. By approaching reproduction collectively and across disciplines, we offer fresh perspectives on broad issues which range from global policies to those which affect individuals, families and populations.


Latest news

Smoking and pre-eclampsia may cause fertility problems for offspring, study suggests

23 April 2019

Collaborative studies between research groups at the Department of Physiology Development and Neuroscience and Professor Sue Ozanne's in the Clinical School have yielded a paper published in FASEB J which has also had press interest.