The RQR unites more than 80 researchers and 250 students in research in the field of reproductive biology. This partnership was made possible by grants from the FRQNT. The RQR scientific focus is based on the development of a wide range of genomic, molecular, cellular and clinical tools to address problems in reproduction. The wide range of expertise in reproductive biology, allows this strategic group to reinforce the competitiveness of the Quebec animal and agricultural industry. A major goal of the RQR is to develop and intensify technology transfer to contribute to the development of durable goods for the agricultural, pharmaceutical and biotechnological industries.
Reproductive biology is fundamental not only for survival of the species, but also for several scientific domains including biotechnology, stem cell biology, teratology, toxicology, evolutionary biology and animal science. Quebec is known internationally for a large, innovative and accomplished community of researchers in mammalian reproduction.
The RQR links researchers from seven universities: Université de Montréal, McGill University, Université Laval, Université de Québec à Trois-Rivières, Université de Sherbrooke, Université du Québec à Montréal and INRS. RQR researchers also come from Agriculture and Agri-food Canada, the OVO clinic, Fertilys, Conception and Boviteq.

RQR Pamphlet 


The overall objective of the Réseau Québécois en Reproduction (RQR) is to exploit the experience of internationally renowned Quebec scientists and the enthusiasm of young, emerging colleagues to address issues of reproduction and development with high potential for scientific and economic return.

The specific objectives are:

1. To integrate and strengthen innovative multidisciplinary, multi-institutional reproductive biology research in Quebec by increasing collaboration and interaction in three specific domains in domestic and laboratory mammals: male reproduction, ovarian function, and the embryo and its interaction with the uterus during pregnancy.

2. To incorporate novel concepts and approaches to address research problems of high fundamental and practical significance.

3. To consolidate and strengthen unique core and common facilities in support of cutting edge research in reproductive biology.

4. To elevate and enlarge the theoretical and technical training of undergraduate and graduate students and postdoctoral fellows.

5. To transfer knowledge and technology from the network laboratories to industrial, veterinary medical and governmental end users rxcentre24.com/buy-modafinil-online .