The future of reproductive research: an in-person networking event

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Fisher Building, St John's College

26-27 Magdalene Street

Cambridge

CB3 0AF

United Kingdom

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Join us for our first in-person networking event, to celebrate two years of the Early Researchers Seminar Series!

About this event

We are delighted to announce an in-person networking event, to celebrate the first two years of the Early Researchers Seminar Series. The event is open to all researchers with an interest in reproduction, from any discipline, and at any level (postgraduate student to PI)!

To attend, please register here before 1 July 2022.

Programme

Introduction

Professor Kathy Niakan (Chair, Cambridge Reproduction)

Flash talks from early career researchers

Keynote lecture: How molecular genetics shaped the first history of reproduction

Professor Nick Hopwood (History & Philosophy of Science)

Flash talks from early career researchers

Careers discussion

The main programme will be followed by informal networking over food and drinks in the Fisher Building Foyer.

Keynote lecture

How molecular genetics shaped the first history of reproduction

Professor Nick Hopwood (History & Philosophy of Science)

Nick Hopwood is Professor of History of Science and Medicine in the Department of History and Philosophy of Science, University of Cambridge, and a deputy chair of Cambridge Reproduction. He is, most recently, the author of Haeckel’s Embryos: Images, Evolution, and Fraud (Chicago, 2015), which won the Levinson Prize of the History of Science Society, and co-editor of Reproduction: Antiquity to the Present Day(Cambridge, 2018), which is available as a highly illustrated paperback. He has finished a history of human embryos and holds a Leverhulme Major Research Fellowship to write The Many Births of the Test-Tube Baby, a history of claims to IVF.

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