Bill L. Lasley, Ph.D.

Reproductive Sciences and Regenerative Medicine Unit
Core Scientist

Professor Emeritus
Department of Population Health and Reproduction
UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine

UC Davis Center for Health and the Environment

Dr. Lasley’s research program encompasses two distinct disciplines, the first directed towards women’s healthy aging. He is the lead of the animal core in a research program that employs the nonhuman primate model for studies relevant to the health assessment and management of mid-aged women. He is also involved in the population-based Studies of Women Across the Nation (SWAN). Together, these activities have led to a novel explanation for the rise in adrenal steroids during the menopausal transition and the validation of the nonhuman primate model. The second aspect of his research program focuses on environmental hazards to human reproductive health.

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Healthy Aging

Dr. Lasley's research is focused on understanding and investigating healthy aging using animal models.