VINCENT CENTER FOR REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGY


Bench to Bedside

The Vincent Center for Reproductive Biology (VCRB) was launched in 1994 with significant funding from Vincent Memorial Hospital, today The Vincent Memorial Hospital Foundation. The VCRB is a state-of-the-art laboratory where Vincent faculty and fellows explore how cells normally work and what goes wrong in gynecologic cancers, infertility, premature delivery, infections and other conditions unique to women’s health. Those findings often shape new therapies offered to patients in clinical trials. In 2017, research by Vincent OB/GYN faculty and fellows resulted in 95 articles published in scientific journals.
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From the Lab

From the Lab

  • How ovarian and uterine cells become malignant
  • Preventing preterm birth
  • Understanding ovarian cancer stem cells
Into the Clinic

Into the Clinic

  • Role of microbes in women’s vaginal health
  • Next generation of endometrial cancer therapies
New Research Faculty

New Research Faculty

  • Innovative ways to combat ovarian and cervical cancers
  • Role of maternal obesity in brain deficits in offspring