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The Center for Reproductive Biology

An inter-institutional program involving 26 departments at Washington State University (Pullman, Spokane, Tri-Cities, Vancouver and Puyallup campuses), University of Idaho, Central Washington University, Montana State University, University of Washington, Spokane Community College, University of Texas San-Antonio, and East Carolina University. Altogether, the Center now includes approximately 85 faculty and over 270 students, postdoctoral fellows, and technical staff, making it one of the largest reproductive biology centers in the world.

The CRB provides the framework for integrative research that fosters collaborations that may not naturally arise.

The Center's main objective is straightforward: to provide opportunities for investigators from across the Pacific Northwest to collaborate and learn from one another.

CRB GIVING OPPORTUNITIES

UPCOMING EVENTS AND SEMINARS


  • WORKS IN PROGRESS SEMINAR
    Speaker: Panshak Dakup
    Laboratory: Dr. Shobhan Gaddameedhi Laboratory
    Title: Role of the circadian clock and sex in UVR signaling and melanomagenesis
    Wednesday, October 10, 2018; BLS402; 4:10pm

    Refreshments will be available.

  • WORKS IN PROGRESS SEMINAR
    Speaker: Dr. Stephen White
    Title: Reproduction in Small Ruminants: Opportunities for Genetics and Genome Annotation
    Wednesday, November 14, 2018; BLS402; 4:10pm

    Refreshments will be available.

CRB FACULTY IN THE NEWS

Researchers named to Washington State Academy of Sciences Four Washington State University faculty have been elected to the Washington State Academy of Sciences and two others were chosen to serve on the academy’s leadership board in 2018.
WSU Insider - July 13, 2018
Walter Sheppard, CRB member and Entomology Chair is our bee expert! WSU’s honey bee experts are hosting an open house from noon to 4 p.m. Friday, Nov. 3, at the Brelsford WSU Visitor Center.
WSU Insider - November 1, 2017
Are we in a male fertility death spiral? Male sterility is a growing problem. Here's why you should be worried—and your kids should be terrified.
Environmental Health News - July 26, 2017
Technology helps preserve fertility of boys with cancer Washington State University researchers have found a promising way to preserve sperm stem cells so boys could undergo cancer treatment without risking their fertility.
WSU Insider - April 7, 2017
Undergraduate Researchers Win National Awards Three Washington State University undergraduates won national awards and cash prizes recently for outstanding presentations at the 2016 Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students (ABRCMS) in Tampa, Fla.
WSU News - December 5, 2016
Researchers feed, breed, protect bees to survive winter Winter is a tough time for the world’s most important pollinator. In addition to frigid temperatures, honey bee colonies must battle disease and parasites. WSU researchers are trying to help bees fight off these threats and survive until spring.
WSU Insider - November 28, 2016

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