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Reproductive Sciences Laboratory

Posted January 06, 2017

Reproductive Sciences Laboratory

Since its establishment almost 40 years ago, the Reproductive Sciences Laboratory (RSL) at the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences (CVM) has been a world-class research program whose members have pioneered studies in the development of biotechnologies that benefit animal agriculture, as well as both animal and human health. Today, RSL researchers continue to be recognized as one of the world's leading teams in reproductive biology responsible for driving high quality, cutting edge research in the field of reproductive sciences, that translates concepts developed in the laboratory to commercial and clinical applications.

The RSL Fund was established to recognize the scientific contributions of the RSL faculty, continue to develop advances in embryology, animal genetic engineering, and developmental toxicology and ensure continued excellence in all aspects of reproductive physiology.

Funds are needed to provide permanent support for current and future research and educational missions of the RSL. Today these activities include recognizing the scientific contributions of the RSL faculty, developing advances in embryology, animal genetic engineering, developmental toxicology and all other aspects of reproductive physiology. Your gift may ultimately fund an endowed account.

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