Mary Louise Hull

Mary Louise Hull
Discipline of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, The Robinson Research Institute, Research Centre for Reproductive Health, University of Adelaide, Australia
 
Biography
Associate Professor M .Louise Hull is the clinician and biomedical scientist leading the Endometriosis Group and the Fertility and Conception Theme at the Robinson Institute, University of Adelaide. Her group specialises in microRNA technology, transcriptomics, reproductive immunology and novel mouse models. She publishes widely, presents at international conferences, supervises PhD students and teaches reproductive medicine to medical students, registrars and fellows. She has received numerous grants, fellowships and awards. Louise sits on ASPIRE?s Scientific Advisory Committee and is ASPIRE?s Australian country representative. She is an international ambassador for the World Endometriosis Society, the treasurer of ANZCREI, the chair of the AGES grant committee and was an Associate Editor for Human Reproduction. Assoc Prof Louise Hull founded Fertility SA IVF unit, and was their New Development?s Director. Dr Hull sees reproductive medicine and adolescent gynaecology patients at Women?s and Children?s Hospital and at the O and G private practice in Adelaide.
 
Research Interest
Endometriosis,Implantation,Infertility Treatments,Micro RNA's,Clinical Trials
 

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