The proposed Specialized Cooperative Center Program in Reproductive and Infertility Research (SCCPIR) is focused upon female reproductive biology with Dr. Jeffrey W. Pollard as Principal Investigator. It has evolved out of an institutional supported "Center for the Study of Reproductive Biology and Women's Health" founded in 2003 at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine with Dr. Pollard as Director. This Center drew together disparate strands of research in the female reproduction at the institution to form a distinct group of interactive individuals who have a translational focus.
With a long history starting back in 1937 the Baylor College of Medicine Center for Reproductive Biology with a purpose of establishing a comprehensive research program to investigate the molecular mechanisms governing female reproduction.
The Animal Reproduction and Biotechnology Laboratory is an interdepartmental program focusing on research, teaching and service in the area of reproductive biology of domestic animals. Faculty of the ARBL include members of 3 departments in 2 colleges. The ARBL has been recognized as a Colorado State University Program of Research and Scholarly Excellence since 1989.
The Specialized Cooperative Center in Reproductive Research focuses on studies of male infertility and its biological basis.
LSU’s Reproductive Biology Center is home to research benefitting humans and livestock.
Magee-Womens Research Institute (MWRI) is a home for University of Pittsburgh medical research scientists who are engaged in health research that spans reproductive biology and development and diverse aspects of women’s health.
The College of Agricultural Sciences, the first of the colleges established at Penn State, awarded the nation's first baccalaureate degrees in agriculture in 1861. Today, the college is widely recognized as one of the nation's premier institutions for agricultural research and education programs.
Committed to improving the quality of your life is what the College of Health and Human Development is all about. Our work is relevant to people everywhere and we are leading the way in offering high-quality education to our students and in producing research that will positively affect the way we live today and in the future.
The Department of Animal Science’s rich history of achievement and excellence dates from its inception in 1907. That’s nearly 100 years of making a difference in the lives of people – with important scientific discoveries, outstanding educational opportunities, and the latest in agricultural techniques. Today, the Department continues to build upon that tradition and strong heritage of leadership and distinction. We continuously strive to improve our service to our stakeholders - producers, processors, agribusinesses, and youth and rural residents.
Penn State College of Medicine is committed to enhancing the quality of life through improved health, the professional preparation of those who will serve the health needs of others, and the discovery of knowledge that will benefit all.
The mission of the Vincent Center for Reproductive Biology is to overcome infertility, improve health care for both non-pregnant and pregnant women, combat gynecologic cancers, and ease the menopausal transition in women through basic, translational, and clinical research.
The mission of the Green Center is to promote and support cutting-edge, integrative, and collaborative basic research in female reproductive biology, with a focus on signaling, gene regulation, and genome function.
This college within Texas A&M studies and researches many aspects of reproduction as well as factors affecting animal and human clinical reproductive health by examining physiological, cellular, molecular and genetic mechanisms.
Created in 1990 to develop a cooperative effort among reproductive biologists in the Research Triangle this consortium has members from NCSU, UNC, Duke, NIEHS, and EPA.
This center focuses on a covers a broad range of reproductive research including Reproductive Epidemiology, Genetic Toxicology, Reproductive Toxicology, and Reproductive Biology.
This center located at one of the world’s most noted university strives to research and educate the topic of Reproductive Biology.
Fertility, infertility, and diseases of the reproductive system are important concerns for this center and they have central mission to promote research in reproductive sciences.
Graduate education in reproductive biology is offered through this program. It is a multidisciplinary program encompassing faculty from three University of Texas components, the Medical School, the MD Anderson Cancer Center, and the Dental Branch, as well as the Texas A&M Institute of Biosciences and Technology.
The main objective of Washington State Center for Reproductive Biology is to provide opportunities for investigators from across the Pacific Northwest to collaborate and learn from one another.
The Woodruff Lab Center for Reproductive Research at Northwestern University has its goal to contribute to a more comprehensive understanding of female fertility and infertility.
This Center is interested in the role of HOX gene expression in reproductive biology as well as research focused on menopause and perimenopause.