The Office of the Director provides leadership and management for the Division's three research branches, and help to oversee the translation of research findings generated by Division investigators. The Division provides centralized computing and programming resources for all Division investigators, Intramural Research Training Award Fellows, and students participating in the Summer Intern Program.
The overarching research goal is to understand the impact of stress as measured by two salivary biomarkers on female fecundity and fertility as measured by menstruation, time-to-pregnancy, pregnancy loss, and the secondary sex ratio.
The overarching research goal of the LIFE Study is to understand the relation between environmental (non-genetic) exposures and couple fecundity in the context of lifestyle factors important for human fecundity and fertility.
The overarching research goal of the ENDO Study is to understand the relation between environmental influences and female fecundity, as measured by gynecologic health and diseases such as endometriosis and fibroids.
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