Society for Reproductive Biology Inaugural Founder's Medal

09 March 2018
Professor Eileen McLaughlin, Head of School, School of Biology
Professor Eileen McLaughlin, recipient of the Society for Reproductive Biology Founder's Medal.

Congratulations to Professor Eileen McLaughlin, from the School of Biological Sciences, for being awarded the Society for Reproductive Biology Founder’s Medal.

As part of the award, Eileen has been invited to present at the Society’s Annual Scientific Meeting of the Society for Reproductive Biology Founder's Oration being held in Adelaide, Australia in August of this year.

The Founder's Oration is the societies highest accolade and delivered each year by a scientist of outstanding international renown who has made exceptional contributions to the field of reproductive biology.

Eileen is delighted and humbled to be the recipient of the award which acknowledges her contributions to the field of reproductive biology, most notably her research on male and female germ cell development and the effects of excotoxicants on fertility.

“I feel exceptionally privileged and grateful to be recognised by my peers, and it’s a great honour to be the recipient of the inaugural Founder's medal," says Eileen.

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