Renée Båge, professor of domestic animal reproduction

Last changed: 08 November 2023
Renée Båge

Renée Båge is professor of domestic animal reproduction since 1 June 2022. Her inauguration lecture will be held in Swedish and has the title "Reproduktion – så mycket mer än ägg och spermier!".

Renée Båge researches reproduction and herd health in both large and small ruminants in Sweden and in low-income countries – for sustainable food production. Fertility is of great economic importance, but it is also an area with major potential for improvement. This has resulted in many interdisciplinary collaborative projects, often together with industry. These projects explore how management procedures, feeding, climate and breeding affect fertility and udder health. In parallel with her applied research, Renée Båge also maps reproduction at cell and gene level, ideally combining the two perspectives.

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Get to know professor Renée Båge and her work! Please note that English and Swedish subtitles are available.

Renée Båge in a barn with cows and students
Renée Båge with veterinary students at the SLU Swedish Livestock Research Centre in Uppsala. The students learn how to do gynecological examinations on cows, as they are performed in real life when veterinarians visit cow herds for reproductive management. Photo: Johan von Feilitzen

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Renée Båge, Professor
Department of Clinical Sciences; Division of Reproduction, SLU, +46 18-67 25 07