Canadian and international individuals can undertake thesis research and courses towards MSc and PhD degrees, post-doctoral training and post-graduate clinical research in the One Reproductive Health Group.
If you are a potential student, post-doctoral fellow or resident, please contact prospective faculty supervisors directly. Visit Our People for more information.
Faculty members in the One Reproductive Health research group are from many departments at the University of Saskatchewan. Visit the links below to find additional, department-specific information on graduate and post-graduate studies:
- Department of Veterinary Biomedical Sciences, WCVM
- Department of Large Animal Clinical Sciences, WCVM
- Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences, WCVM
- Department of Biology, College of Arts and Science, U of S
- Department of Animal and Poultry Science, College of Agriculture and Bioresources, U of S
- Toxicology Centre, U of S
Informal and Continuing Education Training Opportunities
- Cell biological techniques: tissue culture, bovine and porcine in vitro fertilization and embryo culture, flow-cytometry and cell sorting, computer assisted sperm analysis
- Molecular biological procedures: DNA, protein extraction and analysis, qPCR, genomic sequencing
- in vivo tissue grafting: spermatogonial xenografting, avian ovarian transplantation
- Reproductive Imaging: ultrasound Doppler imaging, ultrasound-guided follicle aspiration, ultrasound biomicroscopy, confocal microscopy and time lapse live cell imaging.
- Reproductive ultrasonography workshops
- Embryo transfer workshops
- Workshops in other reproductive techniques can be offered on demand
Summer undergraduate research opportunities also exist in the ORH group. If you are an undergraduate student and interested in a summer research position, visit Our People to contact a specific potential supervisor with related research interests.