Tête-a-tête with Nils Lambalk

By Tiina Lehtiniemi The man in the editor’s chair The Dutch gynaecologist Nils Lambalk took over as editor-in-chief of Human Reproduction early this year. He is a gynaecologist and fertility specialist with focus on reproductive endocrinology. He has published over 100 papers and book chapters on subjects related to his research interests. We asked him …

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Tête-a-tête with Kyle Orwig

This time we bring an interview with the leader behind the group that recently published in Science the successful birth of Grady, the first rhesus macaque born after an autologous graft of immature testicular tissue. Professor Kyle Orwig obtained his PhD from Oregon State University in 1994. Afterwards, he completed postdoctoral training at the University …

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Tête-a-tête with Colin Duncan

Colin Duncan is a clinician scientist who graduated from the University of Edinburgh. He is the chair of the Society for reproduction and Fertility and a Principal Investigator in the MRC Centre for Reproductive Health at the University of Edinburgh

Tête-a-tête with Shosei Yoshida

Prof. Shosei Yoshida

Prof. Shosei Yoshida is head of the division of stem cell biology at the National Institute for Basic Biology in Okozaki, Japan.

His work aims on fully understanding the mammalian spermatogenic stem cell system, mainly using the mouse system. In particular his lab is investigating the cellular nature of the stem cell compartment and their behaviors in the in homeostatic spermatogenesis as well as the anatomical basis and function of the mammalian spermatogenic stem cell niche.

To know more, follow him on Researchgate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Shosei_Yoshida

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Tête-à-tête with Frédéric Chalmel

Preface :

Dear Member,

In order to dynamize the website we will in the future upload the different parts of our newsletter as they are finished. In the end of the season we will post the full newsletter as usual.

Please find our first part of the autumn newsletter – an interview with Dr. Frederic Chalmel.

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