Research Clinics

As part of the Centre for Reproductive Health’s commitment to research, a series of research clinics is offered during the spring and autumn months.

Senior academics, postdoctoral scholars and current students present their work to the Little France community on Friday’s, between 2-3pm in the Wellcome Auditorium of the Queens Medical Research Institute.

The Autumn 2014 series of Research Clinic presentations will be conducted by some of the Centre’s leading researchers.  

19 September 2014 – Veronique Miron
“Driving central nervous system repair following perinatal brain injury”

3 October 2014 – Andrew Horne
“More trials, fewer tribulations”

10 October 2014 – Colin Duncan
“From fatty body to fat bodies”

17 October 2014 – Niki Gray
“mRNA-based regulation in reproductive biology…. from germ cells to healthy babies”

24 October 2014 – Jane Norman
“Improving pregnancy outcomes for mother and baby”

31 October 2014 – Rod Mitchell
“Double, double testes and trouble”

7 November 2014 – Fiona Denison
“Translational obstetric research”

14 November 2014 – Sarah Stock
“Too small and too soon- translational research into preterm birth”

21 November 2014 – Richard Sharpe
“Analgesic use in pregnancy: effects on fetal germ cells and the short and long-term consequences
A voyage of ignorance”

28 November 2014 – Hilary Critchley
“Uterine bleeding: insights from human and animal studies & impacts of steroid modulation.”

5 December 2014 – James Boardman
“Advanced magnetic resonance imaging for mapping brain development after preterm birth”


Talks are open to all.