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CRE PCOS Newsletter Issue 02

In this months newsletter: International Advisory Group Update CREP PCOS Program Structure International Guideline Update Celebrating NHMRC Fellowship Success in PCOS Grant Submissions to NHMRC CRE Training and Capacity Building Program Update Download CRE PCOS Newsletter Issue 02 March 2016 [PDF, 583 kb]

CRE achievements to date

End of year up-date by co-director, Professor Robert Norman CRE PCOS Website and eNewsletter The CRE has spent time building a website that reflects the needs and functions of the project, along with an enewsletter, we now present to our members and stakeholders a website [...]

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 [...]

PhD student meets world leaders in PCOS with CRE grant

The CRE in PCOS supported Melanie Gibson-Helm to attend the Androgen Excess and PCOS (AE-PCOS) Annual Meeting in beautiful Siracusa, Italy, during October 2015. As a relatively small and specialised conference it was a great opportunity for Melanie meet and spend time with many of the world leaders [...]

Professor Joop Laven pioneer in the use of AMH in human reproductive medicine visits Adelaide

Professor Joop Laven, Professor of Gynaecology and Reproductive Medicine at Rotterdam University pioneered the use of AMH in human reproductive medicine. Professor Laven visited Adelaide for the first week in December, and then spent three days in Melbourne to initiate projects with the CRE around [...]

Travel grant gives PhD student new opportunities

Travel grants are a great opportunity to attend events you otherwise wouldn’t be able to attend. To date, the CRE has awarded a total of $6,780 in travel grants to worthy recipients. Melanie Walls is a PhD student and recipient of a CRE in PCOS [...]