Growth Factors and the Ovary

  • Anne N. Hirshfield

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiii
  2. Ontogeny of the Ovary

  3. Keynote Speakers

  4. Growth Factors and the Ovary

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 93-93
    2. Eli Y. Adashi, Carol Resnick, Eleuterio R. Hernandez, Marjorie E. Svoboda, E. Hoyt, David R. Clemmons et al.
      Pages 95-105
    3. Andrew Baird, Naoya Emoto, Shunichi Shimasaki, Ana Maria Gonzalez, Bart Fauser, Aaron J. W. Hsueh
      Pages 151-160
  5. Poster Presentation Manuscripts

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 161-161
    2. A. D. Gooneratne, P. A. Thacker, B. Laarveld, B. D. Murphy, K. Rajkumar
      Pages 187-191
    3. Derek K. Lobb, Jennifer H. Dorrington
      Pages 199-203
    4. R. S. Williams, G. S. Schultz, T. E. Geoghegan, M. C. Steffan, M. A. Yussman
      Pages 205-208
    5. Masao Jinno, Bruce A. Sandow, Rihachi Iizuka, Gary D. Hodgen
      Pages 233-236
    6. Santo V. Nicosia, Beatriz O. Saunders
      Pages 237-244
    7. T. A. Fitz, M. M. Marr, T. L. Walden, W. A. Schmidt, C. A. Winkel
      Pages 245-250
    8. T. Taraska, L. P. Reynolds, D. A. Redmer
      Pages 267-272
    9. Teresa K. Woodruff, JoBeth D’Agostino, Neena B. Schwartz, Kelly E. Mayo
      Pages 291-295
    10. Ria B. Oonk, Ruud Jansen, Gerard J. Hickey, Wanda G. Beattie, JoAnne S. Richards
      Pages 333-338
    11. Enrique Pedernera, Pedro Velazquez, Yolanda Gomez, Margarita Gonzalez del Pliego
      Pages 351-355

About this book


The First Ovarian Workshop was held in June 1976; its goal was to achieve a collective understanding of current thought on ovarian follicular development and function, and to generate clear definitions of the most important areas to be explored in the future. The Ovarian Workshops quickly became a major biennial event for the community of reproduc­ tive biologists and their students studying ovarian function. As a young graduate student, I gave my first scientific presentation at the First Ovarian Workshop and I have attended all but one of the subsequent meetings. The Workshops provided a unique forum for the sharing ofideas with colleagues studying closely related problems. I was therefore especially pleased to have been asked to organize the Seventh Ovarian Workshop and to be given an opportunity to help perpetuate these important meetings. The Seventh Ovarian Workshop was held on the campus of the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington on July 31 and August 1, 1988. Serono Symposia USA generously financed and coordinated the meeting. I would like to express my particular thanks to Dr. L. Lisa Kern and Dr. James Posillico for their invaluable help prior to, during, and after the meeting. I would also like to thank Mary Benson and her staff at the University of Puget Sound who made us feel at home in every way.


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  • Anne N. Hirshfield
    • 1
  1. 1.University of MarylandBaltimoreUSA

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