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30 April 2021: Reproductive longevity is more than fertility or menopause and its accompanying mortality risk.
It involves a woman’s entire life experience, her career, her family, and most importantly, her health and well-being — it is about equality, Nicole Shanahan, Professor Chong Yap Seng, Dr Joon Yun
23 April 2021: Age-Associated Ovarian Fibrosis
From Basic Mechanisms to Pre-Clinical Models, Dr Farners Amargant, and Interventions for Ovarian Aging, Professor Mary Zelinski
16 April 2021: Metabolic Reprogramming of the Germline is Required for Female Fertility and Sugar Appetite, and The mRNA Translation Program and Oocyte Competence to Develop as an Embryo: Potential Defects Associated with Maternal Aging
Metabolic Reprogramming of the Germline is Required for Female Fertility and Sugar Appetite, Dr Zita Santos, and The mRNA Translation Program and Oocyte Competence to Develop as an Embryo: Potential Defects Associated with Maternal Aging, Professor Marco Conti
Health Matters – Women’s Reproductive Longevity
When it comes to achieving women’s reproductive longevity, how will a new research centre enhance and improve the current medical approaches to assist conception?READ MORE
Learn how menopause affects the heart
Overview Did you know that after menopause, women have a higher risk of heart disease than men? Join Dr Huang Zhongwei, Associate Consultant from NUH’s Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, in the Singapore Heart Foundation‘s webinar to learn how menopause affects the heart, and how we can prevent other illnesses that may come with menopause. The […]READ MORE