Oocyte and Ovarian Biology
The Oocyte and Ovarian Biology Research Group’s objective is to conduct world-leading fundamental research to make transformational changes in modern reproductive medicine. It's aim is to understand the key mechanisms that regulate ovarian function and female fertility, in order to make transformational changes in modern reproductive medicine.
The group islocated in the heart of UNSW’s biomedical precinct on level 4 of the Wallace Wurth Medical Sciences Building. The biomedical precinct incorporates the School of Medical Sciences, the Wallace Wurth and Lowy Cancer Centres and the School of Biotechnology and Biomolecular Sciences, providing on-site access to world class biomedical research facilities.