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Cambridge Reproduction


Cambridge Reproduction SRI Networking Event

Friday 18 October 2–5pm, followed by drinks 5–7
Pavilion Room, Hughes Hall, Cambridge

You are warmly invited to attend the Cambridge Reproduction SRI networking event. The presentations are followed by a drinks reception, which will provide a relaxed opportunity to meet some of the many people in the University who have a research interest in reproduction. All welcome – you do not need to be a member of the Cambridge Reproduction SRI to attend!




Flash talks


Prediction of adverse pregnancy outcomes using metabolomics
Ulla Sovio (Obstetrics & Gynaecology)


Racehorses to rhinos
Nicky Holdstock (Clinical Veterinary Medicine)


Single cell epigenome landscape of development and ageing
Wolf Reik (Babraham Institute)


Changes in bone mineral during and after lactation in HIV-positive Ugandan women
on antiretroviral therapy
Florence Nabwire (MRC Epidemiology Unit)


Reproduction, population and the limits of ethics
Simon Beard (Philosophy/CSER)


Avoiding early timing of puberty – a potential target for future interventions?
Ken Ong (MRC Epidemiology Unit/Paediatrics)


Reproducing anything from robots to omelettes
Fumiya Iida (Engineering)


Introduction to the Human Developmental Biology Initiative




Interdisciplinary discussion on human genome editing
Tanya Brigden (PHG Foundation)
Amarpreet Kaur (Sociology)
Michelle Ware (CamBioScience)
Rumiana Yotova (Law)

Christina Rozeik (Cambridge Reproduction; chair)


Making a bigger impact with public engagement
Lucinda Spokes, Public Engagement and Festival Manager (Science)


Drinks reception

Friday, 18 October, 2019 - 14:00 to 19:00
Event location: 
Pavilion Room, Hughes Hall