MORGANTOWN , W.Va.Its been 14 years since alumni and faculty members of the West Virginia University Reproductive Physiology Graduate Program have gathered together, but that will change this summer.
A reunion is scheduled for July 16-18 in Morgantown with a kick off welcome reception at Dorseys Knob Park. Other events include a day-long symposium featuring the work of program graduates, a barbecue, a presentation of recent research conducted at WVU , as well as time to reminisce.
The interdisciplinary reproductive physiology program has faculty in the WVU Division of Animal and Nutritional Sciences and the departments of physiology and pharmacology, biology, and obstetrics and gynecology. Several faculty members have also been recognized with the prestigious Benedum Award for Outstanding Research by WVU .
Faculty and students have achieved national and international recognition in the field of reproductive biology, endocrinology and other endeavors. Graduates are active in a variety of capacities in academia, agriculture, medicine, and other industries throughout the world.