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The Research Track Reproduction and Development started on October 27 in 2017 at the Department of Women’s and Children's Health, Uppsala University. Research tracks are new research training courses at the Disciplinary Domain of Medicine and Pharmacy at Uppsala University.

Upcoming seminars

April 14, at 12.15 pm

Linda Dunder, at the Department of Medical Sciences, Occupational and Environmental Medicine, presents

"Exposure to bisphenol a (BPA) and metabolic disruption"

Seminars are given through Zoom due to current restrictions due to COVID-19, contact Theodora to get the link.


Seminars are announced to our participants via our email list. You can also become a recipient by sending an email to this address. Indicate in the message which e-mail address you want to add to the list.

We encourage research seminars from everyone in the research field. Are you a doctoral student in the Research Track that will soon defend your doctoral thesis or are you a supervisor that would like to present your own research or to recommend a doctoral student for a seminar? Please contact the course leader.

Research training courses

The recurring course Research in Reproduction and Development 1.5 ECTS was given in the spring of 2018 and via Zoom in the spring of 2020. For more information, please read the syllabus and our course evaluations for 2018 and 2020.

The next course is planned for 2022.

Research Track Day at the Reproduction and Development Research Track

The 2020 Track Day "Future directions of the Reproduction and Development Research Tack" focused on upcoming activities within the research track.

The track's doctoral students are spread out in the world and within Uppsala. To enable networking, next year's Track Day will focus on ongoing doctoral projects within the track. At the next Track day in June 2021, all participating doctoral students in the research track will share their research in a 10-minute presentation.

The focus of future courses will be data management within large data collections and studies.

Paticipants of the Track Day 2020.

Last modified: 2021-03-02