Anne has been involved in medical research for over 25 years in the areas of biology of the female reproductive tract, embryo implantation and development, placental development, angiogenesis, hormone environment, and fetal programming of adult onset diseases and effects of epigenetics. She obtained a PhD from Monash University looking at angiogenesis in the endometrium, and has worked at Monash University, Flinders University, and the Universities of Cambridge, and Adelaide.
Anne now joins the ovarian cancer research team in the Discipline of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Research Centre for Reproductive Health, University of Adelaide. Her role is to assist the group with biospecimen collection and processing, database management, and experimental work.
Project: BioSpecimen Collection & Maintenance of Databases (supporting the OCRF Tissue Bank)