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Institute for Life Sciences

Podcasts - Reproductive Biology – from gametes to systems, and between generations

26 August 2013

Professor Keith Jones and Professor Peter Smith each present a podcast discussing the thought provoking content and the value of attending the annual IfLS conference at the University of Southampton.

The conference focuses on reproductive biology and reproductive medicine and many of the presentations will address very relevant problems in reproductive medicine that are being investigated through basic science. The research themes will include those spanning traditional disciplines and others where new avenues of enquiry have been established. 

Professor Keith Jones and Professor Peter Smith discuss these key themes and the representation of interdisciplinary science.  They will also discuss the presentations from lead researchers in their field and the key address "Where does reproductive medicine go in the next 35 years?" from Professor Lord Winston.

Programme participants include:

Dr J Eckert (University of Southampton), 
Dr R Ewing (University of Southampton), 
Professor T Fleming (University of Southampton), 
Professor P Fowler (University of Aberdeen), 
Dr F Houghton (University of Southampton), 
Professor K Jones (University of Southampton), 
Dr S Lane (University of Southampton), 
Dr K Lillycrop (University of Southampton), 
Dr B MacArthur (University of Southampton),
Professor N Macklon (University of Southampton), 
Dr J Parrington (University of Oxford), 
Dr R Sturmey (Hull York Medical School), 
Dr N Smyth (University of Southampton), 
Professor E Telfer (University of Edinburgh).

This conference is free to attend but all delegates must register their attendance by emailing their name and contact details to by Tuesday 10th September 2013.

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