George Seidel JrFaculty Biomedical Sciences
Since 1965, I have taught in dozens of courses at Cornell University, Harvard Medical School, and Colorado State University concerning biomedical sciences and animal sciences, mostly specializing in reproductive physiology. However, I technically retired on September 30, 2011, and although I have been rehired on a part-time basis, my teaching is now limited to occasional guest lectures, and my active involvement in research has decreased as well. I no longer take new graduate and postdoctoral students as major advisor. In recent years, my main research focus has been in vitro fertilization and culture of mammalian embryos, including the related areas of oocyte maturation, micromanipulation, and cryopreservation of embryos and oocytes. Most of this research is with cattle and horses.
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