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Research Tracks

Reproductive Biology


Reproductive Biology was founded in 2004 as an interdepartmental Graduate Program. The basic science and clinical faculty are drawn from 10 different Departments and Divisions, allowing students to take an integrated, translational, multidisiplinary approach to the study of reproductive biology and pathophysiology.  

 Students in the Reproductive Biology Track have opportunities to investigate research areas including:

  • Signal transduction and transcriptional regulation 

  • Reproductive Endocrinology and Metabolism 

  • Neuroendocrinology 

  • Breast, Ovarian and Uterine cancers 

  • Immunology 

  • Epidemiology 

  • Complications of Pregnancy 

  • Development and function of the reproductive system 

  • Mammary gland development and lactation 

  • Placental development and function

  • Obesity and fetal developmental programming

 

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