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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 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

CRU Networking meeting 2021: Maternal and offspring health

CRU Networking meeting 2021! Programme 14:30 – 14:35 Welcome and introduction 14:35 – 15:00 Fredrik Ahlsson “Impact of maternal health and the intrauterine environment for the future health of the

CRU Conference: Nordic Embryo Technology Association (NETA) Annual meeting 2022

CRU Conference: Nordic Embryo Technology Association (NETA) Annual meeting 2022 simon.hallstan@slu.se Most welcome to the Nordic Embryo Technology Association annual meeting 2022! Scroll down for

CRU Zebrafish embryo exposure to perfluorinated alkyl acids - a model for neurodevelopmental disorders

Perfluorinated alkyl acids (PFAA) are broadly used in industrial products such as surfactants, fluorinated polymers, coatings or fire-resistant foams. They are extremely persistent and have globally

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 webinar: “A mixture of endocrine disrupting chemicals associated with human low birthweight induces adipogenesis and DNA methylation changes in human mesenchymal stem cells”

CRU webinar: “A mixture of endocrine disrupting chemicals associated with human low birthweight induces adipogenesis and DNA methylation changes in human mesenchymal stem cells” cru@slu.se Welcome

CRU webinar: “Establishing gene expression analyses in early embryos”

CRU webinar: “Establishing gene expression analyses in early embryos” cru@slu.se Welcome to the CRU webinar October 20. Denise Laskowski, a researcher at the Department of Clinical Sciences, SLU,

CRU websymposium: ”Genetics of reproduction”

Programme Preliminary program (CET): 15.00-15.30 Prof. Terje Raudsepp, Texas A&M “From karyotyping to Whole Genome Sequencing” 15.30-16 Prof. Darren Griffin Univ. of Kent “Chromosomal variation in

CRU webinar: The wrong place at the wrong time - Redox stress and toxicants in the zebrafish embryo

CRU Zoom webinar together with EBC-Tox: “The wrong place at the wrong time: Redox stress and toxicants in the zebrafish embryo”. Speaker: Alicia R. Timme-Laragy, Ph.D. Department of Environmental

CRU lunch seminar: Blood plasma metabolic profiling of pregnant women with antenatal depressive symptoms

ylva.sjunnesson@slu.se Welcome to CRU’s lunch seminar January 23. PhD student Hanna Henriksson, Department of Women's and Children's Health, Uppsala University, will present her work with the title

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 symposium: “Current and future challenges for animals and men: environmental pollutants and reproduction”

CRU symposium: “Current and future challenges for animals and men: environmental pollutants and reproduction” simon.hallstan@slu.se An afternoon with focus on PFAS and other environmental

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