For over three decades the West Virginia University’s Interdisciplinary Program in Reproductive Physiology has provided education in endocrine and reproductive biology to students in biology, nutrition, pharmacology and physiology as well as the reproductive physiology majors. This long standing interdisciplinary program was initiated in 1965. The mix of faculty in agriculture, biology, and medicine has maintained a balance of basic and applied work. The reproductive physiology program has be referred to as “one of the outstanding research, teaching, and service programs of West Virginia University”.
For their most recent Reproductive Physiology Alumni Reunion that met July 16-18, 2009 in Morgantown, a detailed history of the program was compiled. The history and information on some of the graduates, as well as former and current faculty members ans students, has been broken into parts which can be accessed from the links at the top of the page.