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Centre for reproductive biology in Uppsala (CRU)

The Centre for Reproductive Biology in Uppsala (CRU) is a joint body between SLU and Uppsala University. CRU is a network of scientists working in the field of reproductive biology.


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CRU Webinar

CRU Webinar: “Placental Streptococcus agalactiae DNA is associated with neonatal unit admission and foetal pro-inflammatory cytokines in term infants” cru@slu.se Welcome to this CRU Webinar with

Centre for Reproductive Biology in Uppsala (CRU)

The Centre for Reproductive Biology in Uppsala (CRU) is a joint body between the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences and Uppsala University. CRU is a network of scientists working in the

CRU webinar: Improving cryosurvival of frozen stallion semen: the next steps

cru@slu.se Welcome to this CRU Webinar with speaker Ziyad Al-Kass at SLU. The webinar is entitled “Improving cryosurvival of frozen stallion semen: the next steps”. Ziyad received his veterinary

CRU webinar: Viral infections and the risk of developing pre-eclampsia

cru@slu.se Welcome to this CRU Webinar with speaker PhD student Alice Zancanaro at KBH, Uppsala University. The webinar is entitled “Viral infections and the risk of developing pre-eclampsia”.

CRU webinar: A spatial single-cell type map of human adult spermatogenesis

cru@slu.se Welcome to this CRU Webinar with speaker PhD student Feria Hikmet Noraddin. The webinar is entitled “A spatial single-cell type map of human adult spermatogenesis!” Feria is a PhD

CRU activities

CRU's main function is to increase the knowledge on reproduction in animals and humans by applying a comprehensive view on reproductive biology. To arrange conferences, seminars, workshops and

About CRU

The Centre for Reproductive Biology in Uppsala (CRU) was established in 1999 by the vice-chancellors of the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences and Uppsala University. CRU is a joint body

CRU Webinar: Unveiling Developmental Neurotoxicity – Bridging Gaps from Epidemiology to Molecular Pathways

A CRU webinar with Andrea Cediel Ulloa, Ph.D. student, Uppsala University, Department of Organismal Biology. Pongpreecha Malaluang will present his work “Antimicrobial resistance of the microbiota in

CRU Webinar: Fertility in cows with extended calving intervals

A CRU webinar with PhD student Pongpreecha Malaluang, Department of Clinical Sciences, SLU. Anna is a veterinarian and defended her PhD thesis September 29 at SLU, Department of Animal Nutrition and

CRU Webinar: Antimicrobial resistance of the microbiota in the reproductive tract of horses in conjunction with assisted reproduction

A CRU webinar with PhD student Pongpreecha Malaluang, Department of Clinical Sciences, SLU. Pongpreecha Malaluang will present his work “Antimicrobial resistance of the microbiota in the reproductive

CRU members

The Centre for Reproductive Biology in Uppsala (CRU) is a joint body between the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences and Uppsala University. All full members are employed by one of the

CRU newsletters

CRU sends out a newsletter to all members once or twice a year. The newsletter contains CRU news and information about recently published studies by CRU members, upcoming CRU events, meetings,

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