Stefan Schlatt

University of Munster, Germany

Stefan Schlatt was born in Bocholt and has his Ph.D. degree in biology at the Westphalian Wilhelms University (1992). He then spent several years as a scholar at the Institute of Reproduction and Development at Monash University in Australia and the Center for Animal Transgenesis and Germ Cell Research at the University of Pennsylvania in the United States. He received his Habilitation at the Faculty of Medicine (1999) with the authority to teach reproductive biology. In 2003, he worked as an Associate Professor at the Department of Cell Biology and Physiology at the University of Pittsburgh in the USA until June 2008 and then as a Professor and the Director of the Center for Reproductive Medicine and Andrology EMU. His research revolves around breeding, the regulation of reproductive organs and stem cells in the testis. He has many clinically relevant studies that were often carried out on monkeys. In addition to these clinically relevant studies, Professor Schlatt has many physiological studies that involve the investigation of various aspects of reproduction started of molecular and cellular mechanisms in cells to cycles of reproduction.

Biography Updated on 11 February 2010

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