The Institute for Reproductive Health and Regenerative Medicine seeks to prevent disease and promote health in children and adults by focusing on the earliest stages of life.
A unique blend of clinical, translational and basic science research leaders with wide-ranging expertise, the Institute for Reproductive Health and Regenerative Medicine brings together over 40 research laboratories at the University of Kansas dedicated to improving health and quality of life through scientific investigation. Our research focuses on reproductive biology, developmental origins of health and disease, and epigenetics and stem cell biology. Our scientists are outstanding and internationally renowned with expertise ranging from epidemiology to genetics and molecular biology.
The IRHRM is organized into three centers with overlapping research interests:
The research efforts of the centers include basic, translational, and clinical research. Furthermore the centers are highly interactive. Programs in faculty development, postdoctoral training, and graduate education are key activities of the Institute and its membership.