PhD theses

Bovine Gamete and Embryo Research Models: Development of Alternative in vitro Screening Assays for Toxicity Testing

Ellen Jorssen, 13th July 2015

contact: Peter.Bols@uantwerp.be

Ruminant in vitro reproduction models can contribute to the development of (female) fertility preservation strategies: A key role for the preantral follicle: A key role for the preantral follicle

An Langbeen, 22th June 2015

contact: Peter.Bols@uantwerp.be

Meternal Metabolic Disorders and Fertility: insights into the effect of a changed maternal micro-enviroment on follicular growth, the acquisition of oocyte developmental compentece and subsequent embryo quality

Sara Valckx, 2th February 2015

contact: Jo.Leroy@uantwerp.be

Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals and their possible effects on the Bovine and Human Ovarian Follicle

Evi Petro, 12th June 2014

contact: Peter.Bols@uantwerpen.be

Maternal Metabolic Health and Female Fertility: a bovine model to study the effect of elevated non-esterified fatty acid concentrations on oocyte and embryo physiology.

Veerle Van Hoeck, 26th September 2013

contact: Veerle.Vanhoeck@uantwerp.be

Single Bovine In Vitro Embryo Production: Qualitative and Quantitative Aspects

Dr. Ilse Goovaerts, 2012

contact: Peter.Bols@uantwerp.be

Effect of temperature on cadmium toxicity in zebrafish: from transcriptome to physiology

Dr. Lucia Vergauwen, 2012

contact: Lucia.Vergauwen@uantwerp.be

An integrated toxicological evaluation of perfluorinated compounds in aquatic organisms

Dr. An Hagenaars, 2011

contact: Dries.Knapen@uantwerp.be

Bridging the gap between primordial and antral follicles. Novel assisted reproduction techniques in a cow model.

Dr. Jan Aerts, 2008

contact: Peter.Bols@uantwerp.be

Contact

Prof. Dr. Peter Bols
(head research unit)
Campus Drie Eiken
U 0.09
Universiteitsplein 1
B-2610 Wilrijk
Tel. 0032 3 265 23 97
Tel. 0032 3 265 23 93
Peter.Bols@uantwerp.be