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Caitlin Filby


14 Oct 2021


12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Hudson Seminar Series | Professor Grant Montgomery

Professor Grant Montgomery FAHMS, FSRB, Hon FRSNZ is an NHMRC Leadership Fellow and Group Leader for the Genomics of Reproductive Disorders Laboratory at the Institute for Molecular Bioscience and Director of the Genome Innovation Hub at The University of Queensland will be presenting a talk titled “Genome studies in women’s health: opportunities and challenges”.

Prof Montgomery joined the Queensland Institute for Medical Research in 1999 and for the last 20 years has conducted studies in genetic epidemiology and women’s health at QIMR and UQ. He is a joint holder of a US Department of Defence Grant on endometrial stem cells with Professor Caroline Gargett and currently leads a MRFF Frontiers in Health and Medical Sciences Grant on earlier diagnosis and personalised treatment for endometriosis. In this seminar, Professor Montgomery will discuss projects on genetic risk factors, genetic overlap, and challenges in identifying the functional consequences of genetic variation for reproductive traits.

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