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Brief description The incidence of male obesity in reproductively age men is epidemic and continually rising with close to 70% of men of reproductive age classified as overweight or obese. Male obesity is not only associated with sub fertility but also changes to pregnancy outcomes and influencing child health. This project will try to uncover the molecular changes in sperm, providing potential mechanisms for the abnormal foetal and pregnancy health seen as a result of male obesity.

Funding Amount $AUD 358,411.04

Funding Scheme Early Career Fellowships

Notes Peter Doherty Biomedical ECF

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