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ARHP Honors OTT's Alexander

The Association of Reproductive Health Professionals (ARHP) presented the 1997 Alan Guttmacher award to Dr. Nancy Alexander during its 34th annual clinical conference in Phoenix. The award is ARHP's highest honor, presented annually to a major contributor to the field of reproductive health. Alexander is internationally recognized for her work in fertility regulation methods, sexually transmitted diseases, and HIV/AIDS.

Each year, the Guttmacher honoree is asked to present a lecture on major scientific advancements in reproductive health. Alexander's lecture was entitled "Male Contraception: Present and Future," and focused on contraceptive methods developed specifically for men.

Alexander is currently with the Office of Technology Transfer, where she assesses patenting and processing of potential new products. She is also an adjunct professor at Georgetown University.

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