Drawing on a range of academic disciplines, CISoR’s core philosophy is that the study of this fascinating field will advance further through a multidisciplinary approach.
The Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies of Reproduction (CISoR) comprises several like-minded academics dedicated to the study of reproduction in all its forms. Impactful, excellent research forms the basis of CISoRs activities including scientific advance, new products and processes, contribution to public policy, and public engagement.
CISoR is a hub for multidisciplinary activity and excellence in four pillars of academia:
- Inter-disciplinary research
- Impact, knowledge exchange and enterprise
- Communication, policy, public debate, consultation, media
- Education, training and skills
Individual centre members have established international reputations in their respective fields, the key added value of CISoR is that it nurtures and encourages existing activity while providing the environment for new ideas for the cross-disciplinary endeavour. The following academic themes are prioritised:
- Assisting human reproduction
- Variation in human reproduction
- Non-human reproduction