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Natalie Aboustate from the Robinson Research Institute’s Pregnancy and Development group attended the ESA-SRB Annual General Meeting. Natalie presented a poster on the topic Cord blood microRNAs that regulate TLR pathways are differentially expressed depending on gestational age. This is what Natalie had to say about her experience: What was a highlight of the conference? [...]

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Bihong Zhang from the Robinson Research Institute’s Reproductive Immunology group attended the Annual Scientific Meeting of the Endocrine Society of Australia and the Society for Reproductive Biology 2014 in Melbourne. Bihong presented her research on Interleukin 10 deficiency alters the transcriptome of T regulatory cells in pregnant mice. This is what Bihong had to say [...]

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Siew Leng Wong from the Robinson Research Institute’s Ovarian Cell Biology group attended the Annual Scientific Meeting of the Endocrine Society of Australia and the Society for Reproductive Biology 2014 in Melbourne. Siew presented on her research Cholesterol in oocytes is required for embryogenesis and membrane functional domains in blastocysts. This is what Siew had [...]

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Dr Lisa Yelland from the Robinson Research Institute’s Obesity in Pregnancy group attended the LIMIT/UPBEAT International Collaboration Alliance Workshop in France. Lisa presented her research on the topic Statistical Analysis of the LIMIT Trial   This is what Lisa had to say about her experience: What was a highlight of the conference? I ran an [...]

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Dr Tamara Varcoe from the Robinson Research Institute’s Circadian Physiology group attended the Annual Scientific Meeting of the Endocrine Society of Australia and the Society for Reproductive Biology 2014 in Melbourne. Tamara presented on her research Circadian regulation of reproduction: from gamete to offspring. This is what Tamara had to say about her experience: What [...]

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Dr Lisa Moran from the Robinson Research Institute’s Obesity in Pregnancy group attended the Annual Scientific Meeting of the Endocrine Society of Australia and the Society for Reproductive Biology 2014 in Melbourne. Lisa presented on her research Vitamin D is independently associated with depression and inflammation in overweight women with and without PCOS. This is [...]

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Dr Jonathan McGuane from the Robinson Research Institute’s Endometriosis group attended the Annual Scientific Meeting of the Endocrine Society of Australia and the Society for Reproductive Biology 2014 in Melbourne. Jonathan presented on the topic Is TGFB1 a potential therapeutic target in endometriosis? This is what Jonathan had to say about his experience: What was [...]

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Xuan Sun from the Robinson Research Institute’s Breast Biology and Cancer group attended the Annual Scientific Meeting of the Endocrine Society of Australia and the Society for Reproductive Biology 2014 in Melbourne. Xuan presented on her research The role of CCL2 in mammary gland development and cancer. This is what Xuan had to say about [...]

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Dr Tod Fullston from the Robinson Research Institute’s Gamete & Embryo Biology group attended the Annual Scientific Meeting of the Endocrine Society of Australia and the Society for Reproductive Biology 2014 in Melbourne. Tod presented on the topic A male offspring sub-fertility phenotype induced by a mouse model of paternal obesity is exacerbated by the [...]

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Dr John Schjenken from the Robinson Research Institute’s Reproductive Immunology group attended the 2014 Society for the Study of Reproduction conference in Michigan, USA. John presented his research Novel immune mechanisms for seminal fluid action through the TLR4 signaling pathway.  This is what John had to say about his experience: What was a highlight of [...]

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