The Center for Research in Reproduction and Contraception at the University of Washington is dedicated to basic and clinical research focused primarily on the male reproductive system. Under the auspices of the Center, fifteen project investigators are working to understand the biology of this complex system and to apply their findings to problems of infertility and contraceptive development. Their research ranges from the biophysics of cell signaling to clinical trials of hormonal contraceptives. Other important goals are to train young scientists in the methods of reproductive biology and medicine and to maintain cooperative research with institutions in developing countries. Together, the scientists and trainees of the CRRC are addressing some of the most challenging scientific problems as well as the most pressing social issues of our time.

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