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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.


Det finns 78 sidor som är taggade med Centre for reproductive biology in Uppsala (CRU):
CRU postgraduate course: Journal Club in Reproduction 1.0 credits.

CRU postgraduate course: Journal Club in Reproduction 1.0 credits.

CRU postgraduate course: Journal Club in Reproduction 1.0 credits. simon.hallstan@slu.se Welcome to the postgraduate course Journal Club in Reproduction 1.0 credits. The course is in the form of a

CRU postgraduate course: Journal Club in Reproduction 1.0 credits.

CRU postgraduate course: Journal Club in Reproduction 1.0 credits.

CRU postgraduate course: Journal Club in Reproduction 1.0 credits. Zoom

New CRU board and chairman 2021

New CRU board and chairman 2021

Vice chancellors Eva Åkesson, UU, and Maria Knutson Wedel, SLU, have appointed CRU's new chairman and new members to the CRU board. We thank the current board members for their valuable work and

Nordic embryo workshop 2021: Embryo production technologies – comparative between species, including humans

Nordic embryo workshop 2021: Embryo production technologies – comparative between species, including humans

Most welcome to the Nordic embryo worshop 2021, in Uppsala, Sweden! Focus for this years meeting will be: Embryo production technologies – comparative between species, including humans Venue:

CRU postgraduate course: Comparative reproductive biotechnologies, 2.0 ETCS

CRU postgraduate course: Comparative reproductive biotechnologies, 2.0 ETCS

The aim of the course is to expand the participants’ knowledge and understanding of reproductive biotechnologies in vertebrate animals and humans. Comparative aspects of reproductive biotechnologies

CRU members

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

Centre for Reproductive Biology in Uppsala (CRU)

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: Mechanisms of ozonated carbamazepine toxicity/teratogenicity in zebrafish (Danio rerio) embryos elucidated through gene regulatory network analysis

CRU webinar: Mechanisms of ozonated carbamazepine toxicity/teratogenicity in zebrafish (Danio rerio) embryos elucidated through gene regulatory network analysis

Welcome to CRU's webinar October 28. Ehsan Pashay Ahi, Post doc at Department of Organismal Biology, Comparative Physiology, will present his work with the title "Mechanisms of ozonated carbamazepine

CRU webinar: Mechanisms of ozonated carbamazepine toxicity/teratogenicity in zebrafish (Danio rerio) embryos elucidated through gene regulatory network analysis

CRU webinar: Mechanisms of ozonated carbamazepine toxicity/teratogenicity in zebrafish (Danio rerio) embryos elucidated through gene regulatory network analysis

Welcome to CRU's webinar October 28. Ehsan Pashay Ahi, Post doc at Department of Organismal Biology, Comparative Physiology, will present his work with the title "Mechanisms of ozonated carbamazepine

CRU webinar: Viral infections and preeclampsia

CRU webinar: Viral infections and preeclampsia

Welcome to CRU's webinar November 26. Susanne Lager, Researcher at the Department of Women’s and Children’s Health, will present her work with the title "Viral infections and preeclampsia". The

CRU webinar: Viral infections and preeclampsia

CRU webinar: Viral infections and preeclampsia

Welcome to CRU's webinar November 26. Susanne Lager, Researcher at the Department of Women’s and Children’s Health, will present her work with the title "Viral infections and preeclampsia". The

CRU webinar: DNA methylation in the gene GRIN2B partially mediates an association between prenatal bisphenol exposure and impaired cognition in childhood

CRU webinar: DNA methylation in the gene GRIN2B partially mediates an association between prenatal bisphenol exposure and impaired cognition in childhood

Welcome to CRU's webinar September 16. Elin Engdahl, Researcher at Department of Organismal Biology, Environmental Toxicology, will present her work with the title "DNA methylation in the gene GRIN2B

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