Improving diagnosis and treatment of endometriosis
Our research team aims to improve the quality of life for all people living with endometriosis and associated Persistent Pelvic Pain (PPP) through research-driven improvements to diagnosis and treatment.
Our nine coordinated projects focus on 3 major themes:
1. Better diagnosis of initial and recurrent endometriosis
2. Improved patient outcomes for endometriosis associated pain
3. Development of an evidence-based pathway to treat endometriosis-related infertility.
The 3 themes contain a powerful mixture of clinical trials and lab-based research that will lead to improved outcomes in conjunction with a better understanding of factors that lead to the development and progression of endometriosis.
Prof Peter Rogers –Research Director at the Women’s
Dr Sarah Holdsworth-Carson - Research Fellow
Dr Jacqueline Donoghue - Research Fellow
A/Prof Martin Healey - Gynaecology Unit Head at Women's
Dr Charlotte Reddington - Clinical Senior Research Fellow
Dr Samantha Mooney - Clinical Senior Research Fellow
Dr Megan Cock – Project Officer
Leonie Cann – Research Assistant
Molly Churchill – Research Assistant
A/Prof Martin Healey (CI)
A/Prof Helena Frawley (CI)
Dr Claudia Cheng (CI)
Dr Emma Readman (AI)
A/Prof Kate Stern (AI)
Dr Michal Amir (AI)
Dr Keryn Harlow (AI)
This research has been funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) and the Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF).
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