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Contraceptive Discovery and Development Branch (CDDB)

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The CDDB, formerly the Contraception and Reproductive Health Branch, develops and supports research and research training programs in contraceptive discovery and development. Major research areas include studies of: new contraceptive methods; mechanisms of action and effects of contraceptive and reproductive hormones, drugs, devices, and procedures as well as optimal formulations and dosages of contraceptive agents and spermicidal microbicides.

Last Reviewed: 03/17/2015

Contact Information

Name: Dr. Caroline Signore
Branch Chief (Acting)
Contraceptive Discovery and Development Branch
Phone: 301-496-5577

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