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Public lecture: The Fertile Years and Biochemical Pathways to Fertility

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We invite you to join us on our campus as we discuss the latest research in the fields of fertility and reproductive health, the social, cultural, and scientific developments around conception.

Our opening lecture will be a special two-part launch of the series.

Prof Joanna Bridger & Dr Sabrina Tosi with explore The Fertile Years. This series opener offers a biological perspective of how eggs and sperm are made, the wonders of what happens when they meet at conception, how implantation occurs; and the impact age and alternative remedies have on these processes.

Dr Manos Karteris and Prof Amanda Harvey will then explore Biochemical Pathways to Fertility. This will offer a biochemical view of the molecules, vitamins, hormones and pathways that lead to fertility, those that can be used to enhance fertility and protect the health of a developing foetus.

 Speakers:

Centre for Genome Engineering and Maintenance (CenGEM), Brunel University London

Interested in the other talks as well? Have a look at our Public lecture page for more information. 
Join us from 6.30pm, for a 7pm start, and join the conversation.

For more information about the event or group bookings please contact us at researchengagement@brunel.ac.uk.

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