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CRE Co-Chairs’ Report

CRE Update and Latest News There is an enormous amount of activity occurring in the Centre for Excellence in Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (CRE) at an international level with respect to the proposed new international guidelines. The CRE International Advisory Committee will be meeting in June [...]

Who’s investigating what? CI Report

Roger Hart is the Professor of Reproductive Medicine at the School of Women's and Infants Health at The University of Western Australia. Roger’s involvement in the Centre for Research Excellence in Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (CRE in PCOS) relates to three areas involving both the aetiology and [...]

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, [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

Career Spotlight – Dr Anju Joham

Anju is a NHMRC Early Career Fellow at the Monash Centre for Health Research and Implementation, School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, Monash University. She is an endocrinologist at Monash Health, Melbourne. Anju completed her PhD focusing on Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, obesity and insulin resistance [...]