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Fertility & Gynecology
This Resource Centre is a commemorative site in honour of Robert G Edwards (27 September 1925 - 10 April 2013), winner of the Nobel prize for medicine.
Professor Robert G. Edwards of the University of Cambridge has long been recognized as one of the pioneers of reproductive medicine. His most famous accomplishment came in 1978 with the birth of Louise Joy Brown, the first baby born through in-vitro fertilization. This achievement has now been recognized by the Nobel Assembly who awarded him the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2010 for "the development of in vitro fertilization". The Resource Centre contains a number of his articles, video material and podcasts on reproductive medicine.
The Obstetrics Resource Centre provides you with free access to the latest research in the field of obstetrics: original articles, reviews, selected must-reads, lectures and a congress planner.
All content is selected by the Editors, Professor James O. Drife from Leeds, UK, and Professor Jim Thornton from Nottingham.
Stay informed of new content as it’s published, by registering for the Obstetrics e-alert.
The IFFS-UIT resource centre is hosted by Reproductive Biomedicine Online. Funded by the International Federation of Fertility Societies and Ferring, this resource centre will host content on infertility treatment, such as feature articles and original research articles, audio and video material from IFFS, UIT and other academic symposia, interviews with experts, Netter images to be downloaded for personal use, medical and patient surveys, news and a list of conferences.