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FEATURE Two – Listening to patients honed a career in research

Rhonda’s journey – From flying nun hats to evidence-based care. CRE’s Rhonda Garad is currently leading the research translation of the PCOS guideline (2018). This is the story of how she came to this role and why she thinks research translation is so critical to [...]

FEATURE Two – Listening to patients honed a career in research2018-12-05T17:16:17+00:00

A new perspective: PCOS has neuroendocrine origins

Trends in Endocrinology & Metabolism Centre for Research Excellence in Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (CRE in PCOS) members Dr Kirsty Walters (UNSW, lead author), Professor Helena Teede (Monash University) and Professor David Handelsman AO (ANZAC Research Institute) have teamed up in a recent review published in the [...]

A new perspective: PCOS has neuroendocrine origins2018-12-09T15:34:22+00:00

16th Androgen Excess and PCOS Society Annual Meeting

Dr Jodie Avery, Lloyd Cox Career Development Fellow, Robinson Research Institute In late September I attended the 16th Annual Meeting Androgen Excess and PCOS (AEPCOS) Society at the Biomedicum, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden. A Healthy Development Adelaide Travel grant, as well as funding from the [...]

16th Androgen Excess and PCOS Society Annual Meeting2018-12-12T10:59:51+00:00

For Distinguished Service to Medicine

The CRE’s Chief Investigator Professor David Handelsman AO was awarded an order of Australia earlier this year. David’s award is for distinguished service to medicine, particularly to reproductive endocrinology and andrology, as a clinician, author and researcher, to the science of doping in sport, and to medical education. [...]

For Distinguished Service to Medicine2018-12-09T15:43:11+00:00

Learning more from the South Australian Lucina cohort

Dr Jodie Avery was recently awarded an Australian Federation of University Women SA Inc. Trust Postdoctoral Grant for $5000 to undertake the following research, which follows on from her CRE in PCOS Career Development fellowship as well as her current Robinson Research Institute Career Development [...]

Learning more from the South Australian Lucina cohort2018-12-09T22:26:03+00:00