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Male Contraception Research Center Grant Funded

Posted on November 9th, 2012

From DOM Week:

The Male Contraception Research Center has been funded by the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development for $8.5 million over five years. The purpose of the Contraception Center is to apply basic and clinical studies to solving problems in human reproduction, with a focus on hormonal and non-hormonal male contraception. Dr. William Bremner, chair of the Department of Medicine, is the PI and center director and Dr. John Amory is the center co-director. The Contraception Center was created in 2001, and renewed in 2006.  PIs include Drs. John Amory and Stephanie Page from the UW, Dr. Robert Braun from the Jackson Laboratory and Dr. Michael Griswold from WSU.

See also: Basic and Clinical Research in Male Contraception