Conduct basic research in the areas of uterine biology and physiological genomics to understand the hormonal, cellular, and molecular mechanisms regulating uterine development and uterine functions during the estrous cycle, as well as interactions between the uterus and conceptus (embryo/fetus and associated membranes) for establishment and maintenance of pregnancy. The goal of this research program is development of management and clinical therapies to increase reproductive health, and enhance reproductive efficiency in humans and domestic animals.
Principal Investigator: Fuller W. Bazer, Ph.D.
Center for Animal Biotechnology & Genomics
Room 442 Kleberg; 2471 TAMU
College Station, TX, 77843
Laboratory Phone: 979-845-0417