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Soumya Vemuganti

Soumya Vemuganti is a doctoral candidate at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Her research interests include male contraceptive development, primarily identification and targeting of sperm-specific proteins. She is also involved in generating genetic screens to identify causes of male factor infertility. As part of the UNC Laboratories in Reproductive Biology and the Triangle Consortium for Reproductive Biology, Soumya is an avid member of the reproductive biology community in North Carolina.


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The Real Male Pill Part 2

Soumya Vemuganti

Part II in a series on male birth control: With advancements in medical research, scientists can develop more targeted approaches to arrest sperm production, with fewer side effects than female birth control.

Birth Control for Men: Coming Soon?

Soumya Vemuganti

Safe, convenient, reversible contraception allows women and men worldwide to plan their families and ensure that they are ready to nurture and provide for the children they parent. So why are so few male contraceptive methods available?

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