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The Reproductive Endocrine Unit of the Department of Medicine was established in 1984 to provide a venue for the investigational, teaching and clinical activities of this rapidly expanding section of the Endocrine Division. Building on the MGH’s long-standing record of outstanding reproductive research dating back to the time of Fuller Albright, this Unit expanded upon this tradition via the programs of its Unit Chief, Dr. William Crowley.


The Department's Broad goals are:
• To establish and sustain a broad-based clinical and basic investigational program into the scientific basis of reproductive disorders in the human
• To translate our clinical findings into top-quality, state-of-the-art care for patients with reproductive disorders
• To provide training for physicians and PhDs that permits them to establish independent research careers in reproduction and clinical investigation
• To maintain a mentorship program for women and minorities particularly interested in pursuing academic careers in reproduction
• To administer
the Biomedical Research Career Award (BMRCA) mentoring program for young investigators to enable their participation in clinical and laboratory investigations during the critically formative years of their educational experience. For more information and an application form, click below:

BMRCA Program Info

These efforts include:
• A balanced program of clinical & laboratory investigation supported by 11 full-time faculty members (7 MDs & 4 Ph.Ds).
• The Harvard-wide Reproductive Endocrine Sciences Center and Core Laboratories
• The Specialized Cooperative Centers Program in Reproductive Research
• The Reproductive Endocrine Associates Group Practice.
• 2 NIH-funded training programs in Developmental & Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology
• An Endocrinology Reference Laboratory for use by intramural investigators and the pharmaceutical industry.

 

 

 


 

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