Contraception and Birth Control: For Researchers and Health Care Providers
Information About Contraception Research
- CRH Branch Supported Projects
The CRH Branch provides a list of its research studies that are searchable by principal investigator (PI), grant number, or fiscal year.
- “Contraceptive Microbicide Research and Development Program: A Vision for the Future” (PDF - 172 KB)
This 2001 report on the NICHD Contraceptive Microbicide Research and Development Program provides an overview of currently supported activities and anticipated short-term plans and priorities in this area. It also briefly describes the Institute’s wide range of collaborative partnerships with other NIH Institutes and Centers, additional federal and nongovernmental agencies, and private sector organizations interested in microbicide research.
- Contraceptive Clinical Trials Network (CCTN)
The CCTN field centers are selected on the basis of their capacity to conduct Phase I, II, and III trials. The network scientists conduct research on oral, vaginal, intrauterine, injectable, implantable, or topical contraceptive drugs and devices.
- Reproductive Health for the 21st Century (PDF - 4.56 MB)
During 1998 and 1999, the NICHD staff engaged the scientific community in jointly developing a strategic plan to facilitate achieving its mission. The initial framework document for this plan, “From Cells to Selves,” highlighted four areas for immediate strategic development and described a series of scientific goals under each area.
- Center for Research in Reproduction Ligand Assay and Analysis Core
This University of Virginia center employs state-of-the-art methods to quantitate peptide and steroid reproductive hormones in blood and tissue. It also develops new methodology; prepares labeled reagents for immunoassays, immunocytochemistry, and binding studies; and assists in the transfer of technology to participating investigators.
Please note: Links to organizations and information included on this page do not indicate endorsement from the NICHD, NIH, or HHS.
Last Updated Date: 11/30/2012
Last Reviewed Date: 11/30/2012