Videos and Podcasts
Podcasts from leading PCOS experts
Listen to Professor Kathleen Hoeger discuss the challenges and Guideline recommendations in diagnosing PCOS in young women (GDG1).
Professor Hoeger is a reproductive endocrinologist at the University of Rochester, USA. Kathleen is a highly respected international expert on polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). Her work is informed by her various roles as; clinician, author, and researcher. She was an active contributor to the development of the PCOS Guideline (2018).
Listen to Professor Stephen Franks discuss the causes of PCOS such as inheritability, BMI, genomic tracing and global genetic mapping.
Stephen Franks is Professor of Reproductive Endocrinology at Imperial College Faculty of Medicine and Consultant Endocrinologist at St Mary’s and Hammersmith Hospitals, London. Professor Franks has both clinical and laboratory based programs of research in PCOS.
In Part 2, Professor Franks discusses fertility in women with PCOS:
Listen to one of the world's leading PCOS experts answer the question: Why is the new Guideline so important to health professionals and women with PCOS?
Professor Joop Laven provides a fascinating insight into why it is critical that health practitioners are familiar with the new PCOS Guideline (2018). The PCOS Guideline is an Australian-led initiative with collaborations spanning 7 continents, encompassing 71 leading experts, and 37 international societies.
Videos from leading health professionals, academics and women with PCOS
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Professor Helena Teede
Professor Nigel Stepto
Associate Professor Leah Brennan
Associate Professor Jacqueline Boyle
Associate Professor Lisa Moran
Jue (Grace) Xie
Professor Luk Rombauts
Dr Anju Joham
Watch leading PCOS experts from the University of New South Wales discuss PCOS. They talk about what PCOS is, how it is treated and new research providing hope that one day we may find a cure.