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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+11:00

State Government commits $$$ to women with PCOS

  The Honourable Jill Hennessy (Minister for Health) announced state government funding of just under $0.5 million dollars over four years to enhance health care for women with PCOS.  This announcement was made as part of Victoria's first ever women's sexual and reproductive health strategy and [...]

State Government commits $$$ to women with PCOS2017-10-04T20:16:54+11:00

Masterclass in Hanoi

ASPIRE, which is the Asia/Pacific Initiative on Reproduction, held a Masterclass in Hanoi in January on PCOS. The Masterclass was held in conjunction with the Vietnamese Society of Obstetrics and Gynaecology and the Australian NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence for PCOS. Associate Professor Lisa Moran [...]

Masterclass in Hanoi2017-10-04T20:16:55+11:00

E-poster presentation success for PhD student awarded travel grant

E-Poster Presentation: 'In Vitro Maturation Increases Early Embryo Arrest without Altering Morphokinetic Development of Useable Blastocysts' Thanks to the support of the CRE PCOS in providing travel funding, Melanie was able to attend the Fertility Society of Australia and New Zealand (FSA) annual conference, held [...]

E-poster presentation success for PhD student awarded travel grant2015-12-16T12:58:42+11:00