P.hd in Reproductive Health Research:Novel antispermatogenic compounds targeting Sertoli cell functions, male germ cell tight junctions and study of ubiquitin mediated protein degradation pathway in male contraceptionCentral Drug Research Institute
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World population is increasing exponentially and it is expected that by 2016 world population will be 1264 million. As per WHO, the annual abortion rate is 46 million and this is the scenario of most of the developing countries. Due to unsafe and insanitary conditions, more than 68000 women per year are undergoing abortions. Indian Government is taking steps in this matter. A long term Reproductive Health Research Program is initiated. The main objectives of the programme is to design and synthesize novel molecules/isolate from natural sources and bioevaluate them for generating new leads and to develop them as female or male contraceptives, spermicides with anti-STI properties, agents for the management of osteoporosis, breast cancer and benign prostatic hyperplasia.