SYR: How sheep can help us understand why girls are reaching puberty at younger ages

This guest post is the second written by Michelle Bedenbaugh, a Ph.D. student in the Physiology and Pharmacology Department at West Virginia University. Check out her first post on the benefits of using large animal models to study reproduction. It is also part of our Speaking of Your Research series of posts where scientists┬ádiscuss their … Continue reading SYR: How sheep can help us understand why girls are reaching puberty at younger ages

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On Monday July 20th Tom Holder gave a presentation as part of the President's Sympozium at the Society for the Study of Reproduction's 42nd Annual Meeting. The presentation was attended by around 500 members of the society, ranging from undergraduates up to well established professors. The talk provided suggestions on how to talk about science … Continue reading SR at SSR