Members

Our internationally recognised team have demonstrated leadership, collaboration, expertise and capability to ensure we will substantially advance knowledge, improve outcomes and affirm Australia’s primacy in women’s reproductive health.
Our multidisciplinary leaders aim to deliver important health outcomes and improve patient experience, quality of life and health outcomes in women’s reproductive health and beyond.

Chief Investigators

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Professor Helena Teede

Professor Helena Teede research profile at Monash University

Roles within the CRE WHiRL:

  • Director
  • Lead, New Knowledge Program
  • Member:
  • Project team lead for CRE research focus
    • Polycystic Ovary Syndrome:
    • Priorities from international PCOS research road map
    • Optimal Diagnostic Criteria in PCOS
    • Updating PCOS guidelines
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Professor Robert Norman

Professor Robert Norman research profile at the University of Adelaide

Roles within the CRE WHiRL:

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    Professor Gita Mishra

    Professor Gita Mishra Research profile at the University of Queensland

    Roles within the CRE WHiRL:

    • Member:
    • CRE research focus: Early Menopause
      • Natural history of early menopause or premature ovarian insufficiency
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      Associate Professor Jacqueline Boyle

      Associate Professor Jacqueline Boyle’s Research profile at Monash University

      Roles within the CRE WHiRL:

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          Professor Roger Hart

          Professor Roger Hart Research profile at The University of Western Australia

          Roles within the CRE WHIRL:

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          Professor Ben Mol

          Professor Ben Mol’s Research profile at Monash University

          Roles within the CRE WHiRL:

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          Associate Professor Lisa Moran

          Associate Professor Lisa Moran’s Research profile at Monash University

          Roles within the CRE WHiRL:

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          Professor Martha Hickey

          Professor Martha Hickey’s Research profile at The University of Melbourne

          Roles within the CRE WHiRL:

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          Professor Joop Laven

          Professor Joop Laven’s Research profile on Researchgate

          Roles within the CRE WHiRL:

          • Member:
          • CRE research focus: Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, Infertility and Early Menopause
            • Underlying cause, pathophysiology
            • Metabolic, reproductive links
            • Updating PCOS guidelines
            • Natural history, current practice in infertility management and risk prediction models
            • Cause, diagnosis, prevalence, biomarkers
            • Natural history of early menopause or premature ovarian insufficiency across lifespan
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          Professor Raymond Rodgers

          Professor Raymond Rodgers Research profile at The University of Adelaide

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          Associate Investigators

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          Dr Michael Costello

          Dr. Michael Costello Research profile at The University of New South Wales

          Roles within the CRE WHiRL:

          • Member:
          • CRE research focus - Polycystic Ovary Syndrome and Infertility:
            • Updating PCOS guidelines
            • Natural history, current practice in infertility management and risk prediction models
            • Unexplained infertility guideline
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          Associate Professor Kirsty Walters

          Associate Professor Kirsty Walters’ Research profile at University of New South Wales

          Roles within the CRE WHiRL:

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          Dr. Anju Joham

          Dr Anju Joham’s Research profile at Monash University

          Roles within the CRE WHiRL:

          • Deputy lead, New Knowledge Program
          • Member:
          • CRE research focus – Polycystic Ovary Syndrome:
            • Optimal diagnostic criteria
            • Natural history across the lifespan (Lead)
            • Metabolic, reproductive links (Lead)
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          Dr Melanie Gibson-Helm

          Dr. Melanie Gibson-Helm’s Research profile at Monash University

          Roles within the CRE WHiRL:

          • Developing priorities for PCOS research: a research road map towards updating the PCOS guideline (Lead)
          • Deputy lead, Translation/ Evaluation Program
          • Member:
          • CRE research focus - Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, Infertility and Improving Translation:
            • Question prompt lists (Lead)
            • Priorities from international PCOS research road map
            • Stakeholder engagement
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          Associate Professor Amanda Vincent

          Associate Professor Amanda Vincent ‘s Research profile at Monash University

          Roles within the CRE WHiRL:

          • Member:
          • Project team lead for CRE research focus - Early Menopause
            • Cause, diagnosis, prevalence, biomarkers
            • Natural history of early menopause or premature ovarian insufficiency across lifespan
            • Adapting and developing evidence-based guidelines
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          Professor Luk Rombauts

          Professor Luk Rombauts’ Research profile at Monash University

          Roles within the CRE WHiRL:

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          Ms Louise Johnson

          Ms Louise Johnson profile at VARTA

          Roles within the CRE WHiRL:

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          Professor Renata Kokanović

          Professor Renata Kokanovic’s Research profile at RMIT University

          Roles within the CRE WHiRL:

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          Professor Georgina Chambers

          Professor Georgina Chambers’ Research profile at The University of New South Wales

          Roles within the CRE WHiRL:

          • Member:
          • CRE research focus – Infertility
            • Natural history, current practice in infertility management and risk prediction models

          CRE Project Team Members

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          Linda Downes

          Project Manager

          Linda is the Manager of the CRE WHiRL, She has extensive experience in healthcare administration and project management and has successfully managed the NHMRC funded CRE in Polycystic Ovary Syndrome. Linda has responsibility for planning and monitoring the activities of the CRE to ensure objectives are met.