Reproductive Health Research Institute (RHRI)
RHRI was established to develop and expand ongoing research in the area of reproductive health and endocrinology, and to bring research and foundational knowledge directly to clinicians through educational programs and clinical protocols.
The RHRI is built on decades of research, and, in particular, on the research of James Brown, PhD, and Dr. Emil Steinberger. Often called the father of estrogen, Dr. Brown was the first to document and publish the pattern of estrogen across a woman’s cycle. This unlocked the understanding of ovulation and its relation to health and fertility.