Working together with leading experts in Gynaecology and Obstetrics enables us to perform high-quality research in the fields of contraception (birth control) and fertility. Striving towards innovation in women’s health.
Professor in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at Karolinska Institute and senior consultant Karolinska University Hospital.
Having co-authored more than 250 publications, Prof. Danielsson is one of the world’s leading scientists in reproductive health and contraception. As the president of the European Society of Contraception and Reproductive Healthcare (ESC) and a member of the Scientific and Technical Advisory Group (STAG) of RHR at the WHO she has contributed hugely to our research. Her vision is a world where every woman has complete freedom regarding the decisions she makes about her own body.
Senior Consultant in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Danderyd Hospital and researcher at Karolinska Institute.
Dr. Kopp Kallner is secretary of the Board of the Swedish Society of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and secretary of its Working Group on Family Planning. As a member of the Advisory Board of Natural Cycles, she designs and performs new research around fertility monitoring, birth control and mHealth. Her mission is to improve women’s health and to empower women to take charge of their own fertility.
During the course of his long career, Prof. James Trussell made many contributions to the field of reproductive health, as Professor Emeritus of Economics and Public Affairs and Senior Research Demographer of the Office of Population Research at Princeton University, and a fellow of the Population Council, the Guttmacher Institute, and the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. He authored or co-authored over 350 scientific publications, and we are honoured to have had the opportunity to work closely with Prof. Trussell during the development stage of Natural Cycles and in our latest clinical study.
Raoul Scherwitzl, CEO & Co-founder, said, ‘Prof. Trussell was a leading figure in the field of reproductive health, and we were inspired by the invaluable insights and contributions he brought to our organisation. We wish to extend our condolences to his family, friends and colleagues.’