CRB supports research and research training concerning:
- Effects of contraception on human health
- New and improved methods of human contraception
- Physiomimetics and Organoids for Reproductive Health. View the recordings from Day 1 and Day 2 of this workshop, held September 23-24, 2021, as multidisciplinary experts on physiomimetics, sometimes called “organs-on-a-chip,” and organioids—complex, self-organized 3D-cell culture models that derive from stem/progenitor cells and maintain tissue-like architecture and structure—discuss applications of these technologies for reproductive health research. View the meeting summary (PDF 469 KB) for additional information.
- Update to U.S. Medical Eligibility Criteria for Contraceptive Use, 2016: Updated Recommendations for the Use of Contraception Among Women at High Risk for HIV Infection
- Preclinical Contraceptive Development for Men and Women. Review of preclinical contraceptive development by CRB Branch Chief Dr. Daniel Johnston
- Birth Control Research Is Moving Beyond the Pill . Summary of contraception research and potential future directions, August 2017
- The Long, Winding Tale of Sperm Science . NICHD's CRB Chief, Dr. Daniel S. Johnston, weighs in on development of contraceptives targeting sperm, June 2017