- Senior Lecturer, The Robinson Institute, University of Adelaide, Australia
Dr Louise Hull BSc (Otago), MB ChB (Otago), PhD (Cantab), FRANZCOG, CREI is a gynaecologist, and subspecialist reproductive medicine physician with a biomedical science background. She has worked in reproductive medicine for more than 15 years in Christchurch, New Zealand, Cambridge, United Kingdom and Adelaide, Australia.
Dr Hull currently leads the Endometriosis Research Group which specialises in the use of microRNA technology, microarray technology, and novel mouse models of endometriosis. She has published high impact papers and has been invited to present her work at international and national meetings. She supervises two PhD and one Honours students, teaches medical students, and is an Associate Editor for Human Reproduction. Dr Hull has been awarded numerous grants including a 3 year NHMRC Project Grant and a 5 year Clinical Practitioner Fellowship from the South Australian Government.
In 2009 Dr Hull was a founding member of Fertility SA (an IVF unit in South Australia), is their current scientific and new developments director and sits on their Medical Advisory Board. She additionally manages the donor gamete and education programmes at FertilitySA. Dr Hull also sees infertility and adolescent gynaecology patients at Women’s and Children’s Hospital in Adelaide.
Dr Hull is an international ambassador for the World Endometriosis Society and a member of the Fertility Society of Australia, the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, the Australian Society for Reproductive Biology, and the Australian Gynaecological Endoscopy Society.