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Reproductive Biology

Faculty Research area(s)
Doug Antczak
Doug Antczak
pregnancy immunology; immunogenetics; equine immunology

W. Ron Butler
W. Ron Butler
reproductive physiology; gonadotropins and ovarian function; reproduction/nutrition interactions
Paula Cohen
Paula E. Cohen
etiology of spontaneous birth defects in mammals; mechanisms of meiotic recombination; DNA repair proteins in meiosis and recombination; germ cell development; ovarian development
Pierre Comizzoli
Pierre Comizzoli
Reproductive physiology; fertility preservation and control for rare and endangered species; assisted reproductive techniques; cryobiology of gametes and reproductive tissues; biostabilization
Scott Coonrod
Scott Coonrod
reproductive physiology; molecular and cellular physiology; epigenetic reprogramming during the egg-to-embryo transition; mechanisms by which specific histone modifications are dynamically regulated during hormone-dependent gene transcription in breast cancer cells
Paul D. Curtis
Paul D. Curtis
animal behavior; population ecology; reproductive biology
Maria Garcia-Garcia
Maria Garcia-Garcia
development biology in mice and flies; genetics of developmental mechanisms that influence embryonic morphology
Laura C. Harrington
Laura C. Harrington
mosquito biology and behavior; disease ecology and evolution; epidemiology; medical entomology; mosquito biology; vector-borne disease ecology
Patricia A. Johnson
Patricia A. Johnson
animal science and physiology; endocrinology and reproductive physiology
Siu Sylvia Lee
Siu Sylvia Lee
molecular genetics of aging; signaling pathways of nutrient sensing; molecular basis of stress response
Marla Lujan
Marla Lujan
nutritional regulation of fertility; endocrinology and metabolism; polycystic ovary syndrome; ultrasonography
Mary Martin
Mary Martin

laboratory animal medicine, specifically the development of animal models to study mechanisms of disease; special interest in zoonotic diseases and pain management

Vicki Meyers-Wallen
Vicki Meyers-Wallen
inherited canine diseases; reproductive tract disorders
Mukai, Motoko
Motoko Mukai
endocrine disrupting compounds; neuroendocrine regulation; reproductive, developmental and metabolic health effect of toxic compounds found in food
Alexander Nikitin
Alexander Nikitin
Stem cells and cancer. Pathogenesis of ovarian and prostate cancers. Modeling of human disease in genetically modified mice and human organoids.
Kimberly O'Brien
Kimberly O'Brien
calcium metabolism and bone health; control of maternal/fetal nutrient; partitioning and cellular mineral transport; micronutrient status in international settings; development of mass spectrometric methodology; pediatric bone health; pregnancy and mineral metabolism in adolescents
Ned J. Place
Ned J. Place
mammalian reproductive biology with a focus on the life history of trade-offs associated with timing of hormone secretion and reproductive effort, sexual differentiation
pukazhenski
Budhan Pukazhenthi

comparative reproductive biology; assisted reproductive technologies; wildlife conservation

Susan M. Quirk
Susan M. Quirk
reproductive physiology; focus on molecular and cellular aspects of ovarian function
Mark Roberson, PhD
Mark Roberson
molecular endocrinology in reproductive tissues
John Schimenti, PhD
John Schimenti
Genetics of reproduction and germ cell development; cancer genetics; meiosis; DNA repair; genome manipulation in mice; functional genomics.
Sekvaraj
Dr. Vimal Selvaraj
pluripotency and Stem Cells, regenerative medicine, animal biotechnology, technologies for wildlife conservation
Paul Soloway, PhD
Paul Soloway
epigenetic regulatory mechanisms in mammals
Nucharin Songsasen
Nucharin Songsasen
reproductive biology; cyrobiology; wildlife conservation
Alex Travis, VMD, PhD
Alexander J. Travis
comparative biology of male germ cells; signaling and metabolism of sperm during capacitation; organization of lipid raft membrane sub-domains in sperm; applications of technologies using reproductive stem cells for wildlife conservation
Robert S. Weiss, PhD
Robert S. Weiss
Molecular mechanisms for the maintenance of genomic stability; Cellular responses to DNA damage; Mouse models of human cancer
Mariana Wolfner
Mariana Wolfner
Genetic, molecular, developmental, and evolutionary studies of seminal proteins' functions in fertility, and of mechanisms of egg activation and initiation of embryogenesis. We these investigate conserved phenomena in reproductive biology, using primarily the Drosophila model system.

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