Society for Reproductive Investigation
By Society for Reproductive Investigation
Society for Reproductive InvestigationOct 16, 2023
Placental Pathology Findings in Unexplained Pregnancy Losses
On this episode of the Reproductive Sciences podcast, Dr. Shangaris meets with Harvey J. Kliman, MD, PhD (Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences at Yale University School of Medicine) to discuss the recently published paper titled "Placental Pathology Findings in Unexplained Pregnancy Losses".
The article can be accessed here: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s43032-023-01344
A Systematic Review of Autoimmune Oophoritis Therapies
On this episode of Reproductive Sciences, host Dr. Shangaris welcomes Elizabeth Levit, Bhuchitra Singh, Elisabeth Nylander and James H. Segars, authors of a recently published Endocrinology review titled "A Systematic Review of Autoimmune Oophoritis Therapies". You may find the full article here: https://link.springer.com/epdf/10.1007/s43032-023-01299-5?sharing_token=2_-AoIOAEIN88ESswVjS0_e4RwlQNchNByi7wbcMAY570ZuOwNTgEPwy7sKoZirFoOBajb5EIfpkMGTFw4vnCfQB4Kxlsj0xJqtPsCS_ObRwjSdzBPV2apulYkGgWBJoPKSqLiETYgcbFRSnSlj_1O7-eOECZHmhBntDDQLsOCg=
Altered Cytokine Production in Human Intervillous Blood T Cells in Preeclampsia
On this episode, Panicos Shangaris interviews Professor Ai-ris Y. Collier from the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Harvard Medical School in Boston on her paper "Altered Cytokine Production in Human Intervillous Blood T Cells in Preeclampsia".
SRI 2023 DEI Forum Sneak Peak: with Kirsty Pringle, PhD
On today's episode, members of SRI's DEI Committee talk with Dr. Kirsty Pringle, PhD. Dr. Pringle is an Associate Professor and Assistant Dean with the School of Biomedical Sciences and Pharmacy at the University of Newcastle, Australia. She talks about her background, how she got involved with women's health research, and more specifically, how she came to study reproductive health outcomes in Indigenous and Aboriginal communities in Australia.
To continue this conversation and learn more about various reproductive health inequities in Native populations, we encourage you to join us at the Annual Meeting for the DEI Forum on Friday, March 24th from 12:30-1:30pm. Dr. Pringle will be joined by four other panelists and will be facilitated by Dr. Genevieve Neal-Perry, SRI Vice President for Diversity and Structural Change and Robert A. Ross Distinguished Professor and Chair at the University of North Carolina, USA.
Human Myometrial and Uterine Fibroid Stem Cell-Derived Organoids for Intervening the Pathophysiology of Uterine Fibroid
On this episode, Panicos Shangaris interviews Prof. Ayman Al-Hendy from the University of Chicago & Prof. Winston E. Thompson from the Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta on their paper "Human Myometrial and Uterine Fibroid Stem Cell-Derived Organoids for Intervening the Pathophysiology of Uterine Fibroid".
A Systematic Review of Vitamin D and Fibroids: Pathophysiology, Prevention, and Treatment
On this episode, Panicos Shangaris interviews Abigail Combs from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Bhuchitra Singh & James Segars from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine on their paper "A Systematic Review of Vitamin D and Fibroids: Pathophysiology, Prevention, and Treatment".
Reproductive Sciences: Association of Maternal Versus Fetal Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome with Poor Pregnancy Outcomes
On this episode, Panicos Shangaris interviews Dr. L. A. Underhill, from The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, on her paper "Association of Maternal Versus Fetal Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome with Poor Pregnancy Outcomes".
Reproductive Sciences: Understanding and Reducing Persistent Racial Disparities in Preterm Birth: a Model of Stress-Induced Developmental Plasticity
A Reproductive Sciences podcast on " Understanding and Reducing Persistent Racial Disparities in Preterm Birth: a Model of Stress-Induced Developmental Plasticity", with authors Gabriella Mayne, MA, and Dr. Luwam Ghidei.
Supplemental Materials: https://rdcu.be/cJdZu
Reproductive Sciences: The role of FKBP51 in Uterine Fibroids
A Reproductive Sciences podcast on "FKBP51 Contributes to Uterine Leiomyoma Pathogenesis by Inducing Cell Proliferation and Extracellular Matrix Deposition", with author Erika P. New, University of South Florida.
Reproductive Sciences: Maternal Mortality
Reproductive Sciences first podcast on" Mate Choice and the Persistence of Maternal Mortality", with author Rama S. Singh, PhD, McMaster University. https://www.springer.com/journal/43032