The University of Nottingham is delighted to host the Society for Reproduction and Fertility as part of the Sex in Three Cities Public Lecture series, with Professor Richard Sharpe, University of Edinburgh, presenting ‘Programmed for sex’.
A world expert in the effects of environmental contaminants in birth defects and declining fertility has visited the University as part
of a UK tour.
Appears in Issue 47
Tags: Associate Professor of Reproductive and Developmental Biology, birth defects, Centers of Economic Excellence (CoEE) Endowed Chair in Marine Genomics at the Hollings Marine Laboratory, environmental contaminants, Lou Guillette, National Academy of Science, r Richard Lea, School of Veterinary Medicine and Science, Sex in Three Cities, The Society for Reproduction and Fertility