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Research & Education in Fertility


The Office of Cooperative Reproductive Health (OCRH) conducts research and education to empower women and men with increased understanding of reproductive health.

We research

  • fertility awareness and tracking
  • menstrual cycle function
  • human fertility and subfertility
  • diet, lifestyle, pollutants, and other environmental factors
  • health and chronic disease in relation to reproductive health

We believe that knowledge regarding cooperative reproductive health

  • helps couples achieve their pregnancy intentions in healthier ways
  • provides clinicians with powerful tools for restorative reproductive medicine
  • assists researchers to investigate the relationships between reproductive physiology, fecundity, pregnancy, human development, and life-long well-being



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