Who’s Investigating What? AI Report

Assisted reproductive technologies (ART) use in indigenous women with PCOS Dr Alice Rumbold PCOS is more common among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women than other Australian women. Very little is currently known about the impact of PCOS on fertility in this group, [...]

Who’s Investigating What? AI Report2017-10-04T20:16:54+00:00

International Advisory Committee

The CRE PCOS is fortunate to have an International Advisory Committee to guide its work ensuring key objectives are met. Each Committee representative has published enormously in the area of PCOS and are among the world leaders in their research. Valued members of the Committee [...]

International Advisory Committee2017-10-04T20:16:54+00:00

Research Snapshot – Assoc Professor Lisa Moran

Lifestyle Management – Barriers and Enablers It is well known that weight management through lifestyle – diet, exercise and behavioural strategies – is recommended as first-line treatment in PCOS, however, the effect of these guidelines on actual dietary and physical activity prescription by health professionals [...]

Research Snapshot – Assoc Professor Lisa Moran2017-10-04T20:16:54+00:00

What’s Happening Around the World

Dr Duru Shah is the Director, Gynaecworld – The center for women’s health and fertility , Mumbai, the Founder and President of the PCOS Society India, and a member of Australia’s Centre for Research Excellence in Polycystic Ovary Syndrome’s International Advisory Panel. Dr Duru [...]

What’s Happening Around the World2017-10-04T20:16:54+00:00

Key to Polycystic Ovary Syndrome in the brain, not just the ovaries

Up to one in five women worldwide suffer from Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), and must juggle various treatments that take care of the symptoms, but not the cause, which is unknown. University of  New South Wales researchers now have an understanding of a new mechanism underlying [...]

Key to Polycystic Ovary Syndrome in the brain, not just the ovaries2017-10-04T20:16:54+00:00