The MRC Center for Reproductive Health (CRH) is a word leading research institute based within The University of Edinburgh Medical School. Scientists working at the CRH are studying every part of the process of making a baby and look at diseases and cancers that affect the human reproductive system.
Conditions investigated at CRH include:
- Infertility (male and female)
- Recurrent miscarriage and ectopic pregnancy
- Preterm delivery
- Pelvic pain and fibroids
- Polycystic ovary syndrome
- Ovarian cancer
- Testicular cancer
About the Medical Research Council
For almost 100 years the Medical Research Council has improved the health of people in the UK and around the world by supporting the highest quality science. The MRC invests in world-class scientists.
It has produced 29 Nobel Prize winners and sustains a flourishing environment for internationally recognized research. The MRC focuses on making an impact and provides the financial muscle and scientific expertise behind medical breakthroughs, including one of the first antibiotics penicillin, the structure of DNA and the lethal link between smoking and cancer. Today MRC funded scientists tackle research into the major health challenges of the 21st century