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For the second year in a row, two members from the OB/GYN team have been awarded the SRI and Bayer Discovery/Innovation Grant from the Society for Reproductive Investigation. Dr. Jitu George, Research Associate, received the award for his project titled: The Role of CBX family proteins in uterine fibroid proliferation and fibrosis. Dr. Tae Hoon Kim, Assistant Professor, was awarded the grant for his project: The Pathophysiology of progesterone resistance in endometriosis. Award recipients will be honored at SRI’s annual meeting, which will be held from March 12-16, 2019 in Paris, France.
OBGYN abstract title "ARID1A Loss Results in Non‐Receptive Endometrium with FOXA2 Deficiency in Endometriosis‐Related Infertility" by Ryan M. Marquadt has been selected for the SRI President’s Plenary Award. This award will be presented at our 66th Annual Scientific Meeting, which will be held in Paris, France, March 12 – 16, 2019.
The President’s Plenary Awards recognize the four highest ranked abstracts chosen for presentation at the President’s New Investigator Plenary Session. The Society has always sought a means by which to encourage young investigators to present their research at our meeting. The award encourages many young investigators to submit high‐quality abstracts.
December 14, 2018
The Michigan State University Board of Trustees today authorized MSU administration to enter into a Public Private Partnership (P3) for the continued development of the Grand Rapids Research Center (GRRC) site.
In July 2018, JLL issued a P3 Request for Proposal (RFP) on behalf of MSU for developer procurement. A lead developer candidate, Health Innovation Partners, a joint venture between MB Real Estate, Walsh Construction/Walsh Investors and Rockford Construction & Development, has been identified and today’s authorization allows MSU administration to proceed with negotiations on the ground lease and developer agreement.
Ripla Arora is an assistant professor in the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Biology within the College of Human Medicine and is the Chief of the Division of Developmental and Stem Cell Biology in the Institute for Quantitative Health Science and Engineering. Her research focuses on embryo uterine interactions at the time of implantation and uterine development.
Top researchers speak about the latest scientific research into endometriosis - the challenges, the opportunities, and what discoveries they are hoping to make.
Michigan State University researchers suggest improved broadband high-speed internet access in rural areas could support better care for patients in medically underserved areas.
In a recent position statement published by the Society of Behavioral Medicine, Sabrina Ford and Kelly Hirko, in the College of Human Medicine, claim telemedicine, which requires high-speed internet access, would promote better communications between physicians and patients. It would also allow doctors in rural areas to share images with specialists elsewhere and help rural patients comply with prevention and treatment advice from their doctors.