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Impact of the PCOS Guideline Translation Program 2018-19

This infographic shows the impact of the International Guideline on the Assessment and Management of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome 2018. The period captured extends from the release of the Guideline in July 2018 to November 2018. The evaluation results show extensive national and international reach across [...]

Impact of the PCOS Guideline Translation Program 2018-192018-12-10T09:53:34+00:00

Who’s Investigating What? AI Report – Dr Alice Rumbold

Who’s investigating what? Associate Professor Alice Rumbold is a public health researcher and director of the Equity and Healthy Futures Research Group within the Robinson Research Institute at the University of Adelaide. Her research aims to reorientate health resources, systems and policies to meet the [...]

Who’s Investigating What? AI Report – Dr Alice Rumbold2018-12-06T15:20:19+00:00

World leader in reproductive medicine joins the CRE Annual Meeting

Professor Bart Fauser is Emeritus Professor of Reproductive Medicine at the University of Utrecht, a world leader in reproductive medicine and has had a profound influence on modern clinical practice, training and inspiring a generation of researchers and new leaders in the field. He gives us his [...]

World leader in reproductive medicine joins the CRE Annual Meeting2018-12-10T10:43:29+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