Professor Richard Anderson

MRC Centre for Reproductive Health
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Trained in Obstetrics and Gynaecology with subspecialisation in Reproductive Medicine. He has always had a strong interest in reproductive endocrinology, and runs a research group investigating female reproductive lifespan, with laboratory and clinical aspects particularly related to the adverse effects of cancer treatment on fertility. He has also conducted clinical studies developing our understanding of the novel neuropeptides kisspeptin and neurokinin B in human reproductive function in men and women.