Integrative analysis of OMICs and phenotypic data for disease stratification of endometriosis
Endometriosis is a heterogeneous disease, with different phenotypic presentations. With increasing frequency, common diseases are now being treated as different sub-types under the ‘precision medicine’ paradigm.
With the detailed data we have, and will continue to collect, we are starting to stratify participants into groups based on a variety of OMICS data, clinical information and response to treatment parameters. We are working to determine whether clinically relevant sub-groups can be defined.
Prof Peter Rogers –Research Director at the Women’s
Dr Sarah Holdsworth-Carson - Research Fellow
Dr Jacqueline Donoghue - Research Fellow
Dr Megan Cock – Project Officer
Leonie Cann – Research Assistant
Molly Churchill – Research Assistant
Eliza Colgrave – PhD Candidate
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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