Teaching Staff


EPRD teaching staff

The success of the MClinEmb / GradDipRepSci course are due, to a large part, to the calibre of guest lecturers we have delivering the course content. All of our presenters are either academics with clinical backgrounds or currently have active clinical roles in IVF and fertility centres across Victoria, and many have internationally recognised careers.

Peter Temple-Smith
A/Prof Peter Temple-Smith

Associate Professor Peter Temple-Smith

EPRD Director, MRS Course Coordinator

A/Prof Peter Temple-Smith is a zoologist by training and a reproductive biologist by discipline and research experience. He graduated in science, with a major in Zoology, from the University of Tasmania (BSc Hons) and completed a PhD in Zoology at the Australian National University, Canberra.

From the early 1980s to the mid-1990s, A/Prof Temple-Smith collaborated with Monash IVF to develop various techniques relating to severe forms of male infertility. He achieved international success for newly developed techniques, and in 1984 and 1991 he worked as a consultant for the World Health Organisation.

In 1988, A/Prof Temple-Smith co-founded and became Director of what would become the Education Program in Reproductive Biology (EPRD), and in 1997 he was appointed Director of Conservation and Research at Zoos holding  this position until 2004. During this time A/Prof Temple-Smith was appointed as a Professorial Fellow (Honorary) in the Department of Zoology at the University of Melbourne.  He has a continuing interest in the use of ART for improving the conservation of endangered species.

In 2005 A/Prof Temple-Smith returned to Monash University as Director of EPRD. He has published over 110 papers in peer-reviewed journals and was co-investigator in the sequencing of the platypus genome. Peter retains a strong interest in animal reproduction and current research interests include  sperm structure and function and manipulation of mammalian gametes, structure  and function of the epididymis, the use of induced pluripotent stem cells in  developing new tools for assisted reproduction of endangered species, and  control of fibrosis in wound healing.

Find out more about A/Prof Peter Temple-Smith.

Sally Catt
Dr Sally Catt

Dr Sally Catt

MCE Course Coordinator

For the past 20 years, Dr Sally Catt has been training and guiding Master and PhD students in all aspects of IVF, including cloning, transgenesis, ICSI, cryopreservation and embryo transfer and since 2006 has taken on a full-time education role as Coordinator of the Master of Clinical Embryology Course.

Dr Catt completed her first degree at Edinburgh University in 1983 and after working as a reproductive toxicologist, she took her first job as an embryologist at Bourn Hall, Cambridge UK, training under Mr. Patrick Steptoe and Professor Bob Edwards, and after that specialising in the commercialisation of cattle IVF.

Dr Catt’s work in domestic species l IVF has seen her move Cambridge to New Zealand and then to to the University of Sydney, where she initially set up a domestic and laboratory species IVF facility; and then took on a Meat Research Corporation Junior Fellowship allowing her to complete a PhD evaluating the feasibility and commercial practicality of producing lambs following X and Y sperm separation by flow cytometry using in vivo and in vitro methodologies.

Dr Catt returned to the clinical IVF field working as an embryologist at Fertility First, Sydney and later as a Research embryologist at Sydney IVF (now Genea). In 2004, she joined Dr Helen Picton in Leeds University, UK as a Research Fellow studying the growth of ovine pre-antral follicles and the subsequent maturation and fertilisation of their oocytes.

In 2009 Dr Catt became the Education Co-ordinator within SIRT and is also a member of the “Victorian Assisted Reproductive Treatment Authority Public Education Reference Group”. She also consults for clinics in Australia and Asia.

Find out more about Dr Sally Catt.

Mulyoto Pangestu
Dr Mulyoto Pangestu

Dr Mulyoto Pangestu

MCE Practical Coordinator and Laboratory Manager

Dr Mulyoto Pangestu obtained his first degree in Animal Husbandry majoring in Animal Reproduction from Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia. He was then appointed as a lecturer in Reproductive Physiology in the same faculty.

In 1993, Dr Pangestu received an Australian Government Scholarship (AIDAB) for PostGraduate study in Australia. First he took the Graduate Diploma in Agricultural Science at Melbourne University then Master in Reproductive Sciences at Monash University. He was conducting his research on in vitro production of bovine embryos and cryopreservation, under supervision of Dr Jill Shaw and Dr Ian Lewis, at the Centre for Early Human Development.

In 1995 Dr Pangestu went back to Indonesia and was involved in IVF at Permata Hati Infertility Clinic in Jogyakarta, while he also remained as a lecturer at Jenderal Soedirman University. In 1998 he received another scholarship from the Asian Development Bank to continue his doctoral study and completed his PhD with Dr Jill Shaw and Dr Orly Lacham-Kaplan on dry storage of biological material. During his PhD study Dr Pangestu was also working as a research embryologist on human oocyte vitrification with Dr Lilia Kuleshova, in 1999-2000. In 2000 he won a Gold Award of Asia- Pacific Young Inventors sponsored by Hewlett Packard and the Far Eastern Economic review for his research on sperm dry storage, which was then known as evaporative drying. Dr Pangestu completed his PhD in 2002, then worked as a research fellow at Monash Institute of Reproduction and Development.

Dr Pangestu has been involved with Master in Clinical Embryology since 2001, first as a lab demonstrator for micromanipulation and then as Unit Coordinator in 2003. In 2005 he was appointed as Laboratory Manager and Practical Coordinator for the MCE. Dr Pangestu is also involved in running EPRDs short course and workshop program both in house and overseas. Mulyoto helps to set up new IVF clinics in Indonesia and is consultant for four clinics in Indonesia, Cook Medical and Vitrolife. He also holds a lecturer position in Indonesia where he teaches and conducts workshops in the field of IVF.

Dr Pangestu did research collaboration with researchers from The University of Melbourne, Deakin University, Jenderal Soedirman University, The University of Indonesia, Airlangga University, Gadjah Mada University and Udayana University on various topics related to reproduction, Infertility and assisted reproductive technologies.

Find out more about Dr Mulyoto Pangestu.

Kiri Beilby
Dr Kiri Beilby

Dr Kiri Beilby

GRS Course Coordinator

Dr Kiri Beilby is currently the Course Coordinator for the Graduate Diploma of Reproductive Science & a Unit Coordinator for the Masters of Clinical Embryology at Monash University. She graduated from The University of Sydney with a PhD in Animal Reproduction & Genetics, followed by a Grad. Dip. in science communication at The Australian National University. Until recently, Dr Beilby was the Head of Medical Marketing for a global leader in medical device development for human assisted reproduction, and was living in Copenhagen. Her varied research interests cover the in vitro maturation of oocytes, the ethical application of commercial assisted reproduction in society, and using play & design theory to create stronger, more productive teams of scientists.

Dr Beilby was recently selected to join the Homeward Bound Project, an initiative that aims to heighten the influence and impact of women with a scientific background in order to influence policy and decision making as it shapes our planet. She is a Director for the Australian Society for Medical Research (ASMR) and is on the Executive Committee for Scientists in Reproductive Technology (SIRT). Kiri is an advocate for women in leadership; is passionate about public health; and believes that good education is a driving force behind a better community, society and planet. That aside, she likes cat videos on YouTube, climbing mountains, cycling to work, and sipping gin, just to name a few character defining hobbies.

Find out more about Dr Kiri Beilby.

Penny Chen
Dr Penny Chen

Dr Penny Chen

Lecturer, Practical Coordinator and EPRD Administrator

Dr Penny Chen completed her MBBS Degree in 1987, graduating from the Shanghai Second Medical University and practised medicine in China before moving to Australia. In 2005 Penny also completed her Master of Clinical Embryology at Monash University.

Since joining the Education Programme in Reproduction and Development (EPRD) in 2008, Dr Chen has been working as a Practical units Coordinator which involves teaching and running the Master of clinical Embryology laboratories and two practical unit coordination. She developed a pair learning program of ICSI training.

Dr Chen is one of the core members in the management, teaching and research of the Masters of Clinical Embryology as well as in associated local and International workshops.  As an education focused academic staff, she also has supervised many research projects for Master of Clinical Embryology, and support and joined researches with Hudson Institute of Medical Research and School of Clinical Sciences at Monash Health as well as external researches.

With her multi skills of management, Dr Chen manages EPRD administrations including Admissions and enrolment through Callista and UniCRM, as well as Moodle, Echo360.  She is the first contact for all student administration matters in EPRD.

Dr Chen has twice received the Quiet Achiever Award from the School of Clinical Sciences at Monash Health - in 2009 and 2013.

Find out more about Dr Penny Chen.

Fabrizio Horta
Dr Fabrizzio Horta

Dr Fabrizzio Horta

Lecturer

Dr Fabrizzio Horta is a medical reproductive scientist who started his career as a research Andrologist. He has been involved in IVF as a clinical Andrologist and actively working in the field of IVF as clinical embryologist. Dr Horta was the head of Andrology for 6 years and obtained experience in IVF in the most prestigious unit of reproductive medicine of South America; UMR, Clinica las Condes, Santiago, Chile. He has undertaken studies in Medical Science, Medicine, Master of Clinical Embryology and PhD studies at Monash University in Melbourne, fellowships in molecular and clinical Andrology as well as training in biomedical innovation and entrepreneurship. He has published several papers and book chapters mainly related to male infertility, presented in international conferences and currently developing research in male infertility, idiopathic infertility, biomarkers and non-invasive biomarkers of oocyte DNA repair, sperm DNA damage, sperm selection, IVF media culture and technology innovation in IVF. Dr Horta currently works lecturing and developing research at the department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Monash University where he already has completed supervision of research projects of more than 40 students up to date. He is actively developing research with graduate students under his supervision. Additionally, he also works developing clinical research at Monash IVF as a Clinical research embryologist.

Find out more about Dr Fabrizzio Horta.

Nicola Rivers
Ms Nicola Rivers

Ms Nicola Rivers

Assistant Lecturer

Ms Nicola Rivers graduated with a Bachelor of Biomedical Science from the University of Western Australia before moving to Melbourne to complete the Graduate Diploma in Reproductive Sciences (GRS) in 2016. She then went on to complete her PhD at EPRD, investigating the use of cryopreservation and assisted reproductive techniques (ARTs) in threatened fish species. Ms Rivers’s main interest lies in the application of ARTs in conservation and species management. She is currently part of the management team for the Australian Frozen Zoo, and a committee member for Reproductive Health Australia where she advocates for the use of ARTs in conservation. Ms Rivers is also interested in science communication, having received several awards for presentations during her PhD, notably receiving a high commendation in the international round of 'Visualise Your Thesis' in 2020.

Ms Rivers has been a part of the EPRD team since 2017, first as a tutor, then as GRS practical co-ordinator from 2019. In 2021, she stepped in as GRS course coordinator while Kiri Beilby was on maternity leave. Having been a GRS student herself, she is passionate about the design and delivery of the course and enjoys watching each new cohort of students develop their skills and confidence each year.

Find out more about Ms Nicola Rivers.

Duc Huynh
Dr Duc Huynh

Dr Duc Huynh

Lecturer, Practical Coordinator, Short-Course and Workshop Coordinator

Dr Duc Huynh graduated with a Doctor of Medicine degree in 2012 from Pham Ngoc Thach University of Medicine, Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam where he then worked clinically. In 2015, he completed the Master of Clinical Embryology (MCE) at Monash University, Australia and has been a practical tutor for the MCE program and a trainer of the EPRD’s workshops since graduating. Since 2018, Dr Huynh has been a practical coordinator in the Master of Clinical Embryology degree and the short courses and workshops offered to professionals working in the IVF industry. Dr Huynh has become an invaluable and integral member of the EPRD team, introducing new technology and training methods.

Dr Huynh has been involved in re-writing the MCE training and procedures manual and has particularly advanced the EPRDs reputation in micromanipulation training such as Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) and embryo biopsy. He has a unique approach to teaching which has been recognised favourably not only by MCE students but also by all our professional workshop participants. In 2018, Dr Huynh was involved to provide new teaching methods particularly recording pre-class teaching videos and post class feedback and online quizzes to optimise knowledge transfer.

Additionally, Dr Huynh has been working as a senior clinical embryologist and embryo biopsy specialist at City Fertility Centre (CFC) in Victoria clinics (CFC Melbourne and CFC Bundoora) since 2020.

Dr Huynh has international collaborations with IVF Clinics in Vietnam, Indonesia, Thailand, Hong Kong, India and can aid in the placement of students in ART clinics in these countries. He has also collaborated to organise workshops for commercial companies related to IVF industry (Cook Medical, Vitrolife, ESCO Medical, Hamilton Thorne) for Australian and overseas embryologists.

Find out more about Dr Duc Huynh.

Emma Lingham
Ms Emma Lingham

Ms Emma Lingham

MCE Lecturer/Prac Tutor and Education Design

Ms Emma Lingham graduated as Dux from the Master of Clinical Embryology in 2012 and has trained and worked as a clinical embryologist since her graduation. In 2014, she won a joint tender to create an Embryology Training manual and logbook for embryologists and andrologists in Australia and New Zealand commissioned by Scientists in Reproductive Technology (SIRT) a sub-group representing the scientific membership of The Fertility Society of Australia. Ms Lingham became a committee member for SIRT in 2017 and has initiated and coordinated many educational meetings and conferences within the Australian embryology community.

Ms Lingham’s strength in design and delivery of educational material has been apparent since her study days. In 2018, she took on teaching in the practical units and lecturing, with the aim of using her experience to enhance the transition for students from post-graduate study into IVF clinics. Ms Lingham was heavily involved in the course restructure for 2019 and is responsible for much of the new educational material. Emma has taken on further unit coordination for both practical and theoretical units this year, and continues to create and design educational resources for MCE.

Find out more about Ms Emma Lingham.

Will Leong
Mr Will Leong

Mr Will Leong

Teaching Associate

Mr Will Leong graduated from Master of Clinical Embryology in 2018. He has worked in various research and commercial laboratories across different disciplines including stem cells, immunoproteomics, and wine chemistry. Apart from teaching MCE practicals, Will is involved in teaching EPRD workshops and GRS practicals. He is also working as an embryologist at City Fertility.

NameAffiliation
Dr Nadine Richings BSc (hons), PhD: Biology, Zoology, Reproductive Health
Teaching Associate, EPRD, Monash University
Dr Jennifer Zenker Group Leader, Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute (ARMI)
Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences, Monash University
Prof John Carroll Director, Biomedicine Discovery Institute
Dean, Biomedical Sciences, Monash University
Prof Guiying Nie Head, Implantation and Pregnancy Research Laboratory
School of Health and Biomedical Sciences, RMIT University
Dr Julia Young Senior Lecturer/Research Fellow
Department of Anatomy and Developmental Biology
Department of Molecular Translational Science, Hudson Institute of Medical Research
A/Prof Robin Hobbs Germline Stem Cell Biology Laboratory
Centre for Reproductive Health, Hudson Institute of Medical Research
Prof Ben Mol Director, Clinical Trials Unit, Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Monash University
Prof Rob MacLachlan Medical Director, Healthy Male [Andrology Australia]
Director of Andrology Services, Hudson Institute of Medical Rsearch
Department of Endocrinology, Monash Health
Professor of Andrology, Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Monash University.
Consultant Andrologist, Monash IVF Group
Dr Jim Catt Director, Optimal IVF
Adjunct Senior Lecturer, Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Monash University
Dr Lisa Lee Clinical Research Embryologist  Melbourne IVF  Teaching Associate, EPRD, Monash University
Rebecca Kelley Clinical Research Embryologist,  Melbourne IVF Teaching Associate, EPRD, Monash University
Prof David Gardner Redmond Barry Distinguished Professor
Head, Reproductive Biology and Assisted Conception Laboratories, School of BioSciences, University of Melbourne
Dr Jill Shaw Teaching Associate, EPRD, Monash University. Former researcher in cryobiology, Monash University, Former lecturer Swinburne University
Dr Dean Morbeck Scientific Director at Fertility Associates & Sunfert International Fertility Centre, Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand
Adj Assoc Prof, Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Monash University
Dr Louis Chan Director, HK Reproductive Medicine Centre and Hannah Medical Centre Adjunct Senior Lecturer, Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Monash University
Prof Beverley Vollenhoven Acting Head, Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Monash University, Clinician, MonashIVF
Dr Rui Wang Research Fellow and CRE WHiRL Fellow, Monash University
Dr Wentao Li Research Fellow, Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Monash University,
Adjunct Assistant Professor, The Jockey Club School of Public Health and Primary Care, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Adj Prof Luk Rombauts Research Director of Monash IVF
Adj Clin Professor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Monash University,
Clinical Research Director Endometriosis Care Centre of Australia
Dr Gareth Weston Carl Wood Senior Lectureship in Gynaecology at Monash University, Clinical Director of the Sunshine Monash IVF
Dr Peter Lutjen Member Board Of Directors at Victorian Assisted Reproductive Treatment Authority (VARTA), Retired Monash IVF Clinician
Ms Rita Alesi Manager, Monash IVF Counselling Services
Counselling Psychologist, private practice
Teaching Associate, EPRD, Monash University.
A/Prof Mark Green Director, Teaching & Learning
Reproductive Biology, School of BioSciences  Melbourne University
Ms Caitlin Delaney Embryologist, Founder and Managing Director of CareFully
Teaching Associate, EPRD, Monash University
Dr Ron Carson Former Melbourne IVF, Scientific Director
Teaching Associate, EPRD, Monash University.
Dr Mirjana Martic Preimplantation Genetics Laboratory Manager
Virtus Diagnostics
Teaching Associate, EPRD, Monash University.
Ms Amanda Springer Associate Genetic Counsellor, Genetics Department, Monash Health
Teaching Associate, EPRD, Monash University
Dr David Cram Chief researcher and advisor, Berry Genomics, Beijing
Teaching Associate, EPRD, Monash University
Ms Elissa Willatts Genetics Laboratory Supervisor Monash IVF
Teaching Associate, EPRD, Monash University.
A/Prof Denny Sakkas Scientific Director, Boston IVF USA
Teaching Associate, EPRD, Monash University.
Ms Tajanka Mladenovska Regulatory Affairs Consultant, Hydrix
Teaching Associate, EPRD, Monash University.
Ms Kate Bourne Senior Community Education Officer, Infertility Counsellor at Victorian Assisted Reproductive Treatment Authority
Mr Stephen Page Director, Family Law Accredited Specialist
International Representative, American Bar Association Artificial Reproductive Treatment Committee
Founder, LGBT Family Law Institute Australia
A/Prof Giuliana Fuscaldo HDR & SIP Coordinator
Eastern Health Clinical School, Monash University
Prof Rob Sparrow Philosophy Program, Monash University;
ARC Centre of Excellence for Electromaterials Science.
Prof Megan Munsie Deputy Director, Centre for Stem Cell Systems
Head - Engagement, Ethics & Policy Program, Stem Cells Aus
Department of Anatomy & Neuroscience Melbourne University
Prof Catherine Mills Director, Human Bioethics
Monash University
Dr Molly Johnston Postdoctoral Research Fellow, School of Philosophical, Historical & International Studies. Monash University
Teaching Associate, EPRD, Monash University
NameAffiliation
Dr Nadine Richings Dr Nadine Richings
BSc (hons), PhD: Biology, Zoology, Reproductive Health
Teaching Associate, EPRD, Monash University
Dr Craig Harrison Associate Professor, Department of Physiology
Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute
Monash University
Prof Mark Hedger Senior Principal Research Fellow
Hudson Institute of Medical Research
Prof Peter Fuller Centre Head, Centre for Endocrinology and Metabolism
Research Group Head, Steroid Receptor Biology
Associate Director, Hudson Institute of Medical Research
Head, Endocrinology Unit, Monash Health
Dr Te-Sha Tsai Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Implantation and Placental Development Lab
Centre for Reproductive Health
Hudson Institute of Medical Research
Dr Rajini Sreenivasan Cell biology, Reproductive Development, Murdoch Children’s Research Institute
Dr Rukmali Wijayarathna Postdoctoral Researcher
Endocrinology and Immunophysiology Lab, Centre for Reproductive Health, Hudson Institute of Medical Research
A/Prof Robin Hobbs Germline Stem Cell Biology Laboratory
Centre for Reproductive Health
Hudson Institute of Medical Research
Dr Andrew Major Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute
Department of Anatomy and Developmental Biology
Dr Julia Young Senior Lecturer/Research Fellow
Department of Anatomy and Developmental Biology
Department of Molecular Translational
Dr Elena Tucker Cell biology, Reproductive Development, Murdoch Children’s Research Institute
Prof Eva Dimitriadis NHMRC Senior Research Fellow, Professor in Reproductive Biology,
Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, University of Melbourne,
Co-Director, Gynaecology Research Centre, The Royal Women’s Hospital
Prof Lois Salamonson Centre for Reproductive Health, Hudson Institute of Medical Research
Dr Filippe Oliviera Assistant Lecturer, Postdoctoral Scientist, Maternal and Perinatal Medicine
Hudson Institute of Medical Research
Dr Shavi Fernando Director of Curriculum and Assessment (Women's Health), Monash University
Senior Lecturer, Monash University
Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, Monash Health
Dr Carmel Walsh Maternal Fetal Medicine Fellow, Monash Women’s
Dr Erin McGillick NHMRC Peter Doherty Early Career Research Fellow
The Ritchie Centre, Hudson Institute of Medical Research
Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Monash University
Director, Australian Society for Medical Research (ASMR)
A/Prof Kenneth Tan Consultant Neonatal Paediatrician.
Adj Assoc Prof, Department of Paediatrics, Monash University
Dr Beth Allison NHMRC Emerging Leader, The Ritchie Centre, Hudson Institute of Medical Research
Dr Emily Camm Senior Research Scientist, The Ritchie Centre, Hudson Institute of Medical Research
Dr Sarah Marshall NHMRC Peter Doherty Research FellowVictorian Heart Institute & The Ritchie Centre
Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Monash University
Dr Kirsten Palmer Obstetrician and Specialist, Maternal Fetal Medicine, Monash Health
Head, Maternal Fetal Medicine, Monash Medical Centre
Senior Lecturer, Monash University
Honorary Clinical Associate, The Ritchie Centre, Hudson Institute of Medical Research
Dr Sarah Meachem Research Scientist, Testis Development and Male Germ Cell Biology
Hudson Institute of Medical Research
Dr Kerry Hampton Lecturer, Year 3 Level Bachelor of Nursing Coordinator, Monash University
A/Prof Phil Bergman Head of Department of Paediatric Endocrinology & Diabetes, Monash Children’s Hospital
Adj Clin Assoc Prof, Department of Paediatrics, Monash University
Dr Kathy McNamee Medical Director, Family Planning Victoria
Prof Beverley Vollenhoven Acting Head, Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Monash University
Prof Rob McLachlan Medical Director, Healthy Male [Andrology Australia]
Director of Andrology Services, Hudson Institute
Department of Endocrinology, Monash Health
Professor of Andrology, Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Monash University.
Consultant Andrologist, Monash IVF Group
Dr Elizabeth Davis Associate Professor (Education Focussed)
Deputy, Director of Education, School of Biomedical Sciences
Deputy Head (Teaching) Department of Pharmacology
Dr Simon Chu Research Group Head - Hormone Cancer Therapeutics
Hudson Institute of Medical Research
Dr Sonia Davison President, Australasian Menopause Society,
Clinical Fellow, Jean Hailes for Women's Health
Senior Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Women's Health Research Program
Department of Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine, Monash University
Dr Angela Vais Histology Senior Officer, Monash Histology Platform
Monash Health Translational Precinct, Building 262, Monash Medical Centre
Dr Kelly Walton Co-head, Growth Factor Therapeutics Laboratory
Chair, ECR Steering Committee - Faculty MNHS, Monash University
Public Relations Officer, Society for Reproductive Biology
Department of Physiology, Monash University
Dr Marissa Parrot Reproductive Biologist
Wildlife Conservation & Science
Zoos Victoria
Prof Andy Pask Domain Leader; Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology
School of BioSciences, The University of Melbourne
Dr Zamira Gibb Postdoctoral Researcher in the field of equine fertility enhancement, Senior Lecturer, School of Environmental and Life Sciences, University of Newcastle NSW
Dr Tiki Osianlis Managing Director and Scientific Director, Newlife IVF
Ms Alanta Colley Masters in International Public Health, science communication
Ms Jayne Mullen Scientific Director Victoria, CityFertility
Ms Kate Bourne Senior Community Education Officer, Infertility Counsellor at Victorian Assisted Reproductive Treatment Authority

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