21 related news articles for Pelvic organ prolapse (POP)

  • Pelvic organ prolapse prevention and cure

    They say prevention is better than cure, but when it comes to pelvic organ prolapse, the specialists at Hudson Institute of Medical Research are taking them equally seriously.…  Read more

    Hudson Institute researchers, Dr Kallyanashis Paul and Dr Shayanti Mukherjee, developing a new cell therapy treatment for pelvic organ prolapse.
  • Hudson News Winter 2022

    Welcome to Hudson News Winter 2022. As I write this, Mother’s Day is fast approaching and we look forward to celebrating and honouring our mothers as well as motherhood in all its forms.…  Read more

    Professor Elizabeth Hartland
  • Professor Caroline Gargett – women’s health

    Whether it’s working to help women living with the crippling effects of pelvic organ prolapse (POP), end the pain of endometriosis, or even developing new methods of vaginal reconstruction, Professor Gargett is at the forefront.…  Read more

    Professor Caroline Gargett's research is helping women live with the crippling effects of pelvic organ prolapse (POP).
  • Victorian Premier’s Awards recognise rising stars

    Hudson Institute has featured prominently in the Victorian Premier’s Awards for Health and Medical Research, thanks to pioneering work developing new treatments for pelvic organ prolapse (POP).…  Read more

    Dr Kallyanashis among the winners in Health and Medical Research awards
  • Veski Fellowship to give POP researcher international experience boosting 3D Bioprinted clinical construct

    A researcher developing 3D bioprinted mesh for use in treating pelvic organ prolapse (POP) has received a Victoria Fellowship, allowing him to travel overseas to further his research into bioinks.…  Read more

  • Pelvic organ prolapse treatment attracts international award

    Hudson Institute researcher, Dr Shayanti Mukherjee, has won the prestigious international Women in STEM2D Scholar Award for her ground-breaking bioengineering work in helping women with pelvic organ prolapse (POP). …  Read more

    Dr Shayanti Mukherjee from the Endometrial Stem Cell Biology Research Group at Hudson Institute
  • Hudson Institute 2021 Emerging Leaders announced

    Six Early Career Researchers have been chosen for the 2021 Hudson Institute Emerging Leaders program.…  Read more

    Emerging Leaders 2021
  • Pelvic organ prolapse treatment hurdle overcome

    Pelvic organ prolapse (POP) can be a debilitating condition, predominantly caused by the impact of childbirth. It affects an estimated one in four women, and one in two women over 50.…  Read more

    Professor Caroline Gargett from the Endometrial Stem Cell Biology Research Group at Hudson Institute
  • Closing the gap in tissue engineering

    A world-first discovery led by Dr Shayanti Mukherjee has found materials called perovskites—commonly used in solar cells production —have anti-microbial properties, without toxic side effects to human cells.…  Read more

    Dr Shayanti Mukherjee, pelvic organ prolapse research
  • Pelvic organ prolapse treatment closer

    A revolutionary technology to treat pelvic organ prolapse is one step closer after the latest results from a Hudson Institute study.…  Read more

    Dr Shayanti Mukherjee from the Endometrial Stem Cell Biology Research Group at Hudson Institute
  • NHMRC Ideas Grant success

    Hudson Institute has had outstanding success in the NHMRC Ideas Grant round.

    Our researchers have been awarded nine NHMRC Ideas Grants, totalling almost $8.5 million and a success rate of 19.1 per cent.…  Read more

  • Uncovering hidden challenges in treating pelvic organ prolapse

    Hudson Institute scientists have demonstrated a two-step stem cell-based bioengineering approach in a pre-clinical model for the treatment of pelvic organ prolapse (POP).…  Read more

    Professor Caroline Gargett from the Endometrial Stem Cell Biology Research Group at Hudson Institute
  • A world-first treatment approach for pelvic organ prolapse

    Hudson Institute researchers have pioneered 3D bioprinted degradable meshes with stem cells for the treatment of pelvic organ prolapse (POP), in the hope of providing a safe, effective solution for millions of women worldwide.…  Read more

    Kallyanashis Paul and Dr Shayanti Mukherjee, with Hudson Institute's 3D printing platform
  • Natural mesh provides hope for pelvic organ prolapse

    A safer and more effective treatment for women with pelvic organ prolapse (POP) may be on the horizon, thanks to a new technique that uses a woman’s own stem cells to boost the effectiveness of a degradable mesh. A study published in Biomacromolecules, led by Dr Shayanti Mukherjee, shows how a degradable mesh, made from…  Read more

    Dr Shayanti Mukherjee from the Endometrial Stem Cell Biology Research Group at Hudson Institute
  • Cells finding may boost POP treatment

    A discovery that provides deeper understanding about inflammation in the endometrium could bring scientists closer to improving treatment for women with pelvic organ prolapse (POP), a condition resulting from injury during childbirth. Our study, published in the January edition of Reproduction, shows that mesenchymal stem cells (MSC) in the endometrium have the capacity to dampen…  Read more

    A study on inflammation in the endometrium could bring scientists closer to improving treatment for women with pelvic organ prolapse (POP).
  • NHMRC Project Grant success

    Hudson Institute has had excellent success in the recent NHMRC and ARC Grant rounds.…  Read more

    Our researchers have been awarded nine NHMRC Project Grants and one ARC Discovery Grant totalling $9.8 million.
  • 2018 Hudson Institute Travel and Equity Awards

    Congratulations to the 2018 Hudson Institute Travel Awards recipients, who will attend international conferences and visiting laboratories to build invaluable knowledge in their area of research. The Awards (supported by donations from the Grisha Sklovsky Memorial Fund and Philip Wind Travel Fund) support six Hudson Institute Postdoctoral Fellows and PhD students to gain experience relevant…  Read more

    Dr Shayanti Mukherjee from the Endometrial Stem Cell Biology Research Group at Hudson Institute
  • Bioengineering: the new approach for treating pelvic organ prolapse

    Hudson Institute of Medical Research scientists are combining stem cells from the lining of a woman’s own uterus with nanobiomaterials (biodegradable materials engineered on the nanoscale) in a world-first approach to develop safer, more effective treatments for pelvic organ prolapse.…  Read more

    Dr Shayanti Mukherjee and Professor Caroline Gargett from the Endometrial Stem Cell Biology Research Group at Hudson Institute
  • Caroline Gargett receives academic promotion to Professor

    Renowned stem cell scientist Caroline Gargett has received an academic promotion to Professor from Monash University. Prof Gargett is an NHMRC Senior Research Fellow and heads the Endometrial Stem Cell Biology laboratory in The Ritchie Centre at Hudson Institute. Prof Gargett says she is honoured to receive a promotion for her work which investigates underlying…  Read more

    Professor Caroline Gargett from the Endometrial Stem Cell Biology Research Group at Hudson Institute
  • Federal MP and local Mayor tour translational research facility

    Federal Member for Chisholm and former speaker, Anna Burke, and City of Monash Mayor, Cr Stefanie Perri, toured the Monash Health Translation Precinct’s (MHTP) new $84 million Translational Research Facility yesterday (Monday, February 15).…  Read more

    Anna Burke and City of Monash Mayor, Cr Stefanie Perri, toured the MHTP's new Translational Research Facility.
  • Collaborative study gives hope to women suffering in silence

    New treatment for millions of women affected by a hidden condition, pelvic organ prolapse (POP), will be the focus of Dr Shayanti Mukherjee’s novel bioengineering project, thanks to a prestigious John Stocker Postdoctoral Fellowship.…  Read more

    Dr Shayanti Mukherjee from the Endometrial Stem Cell Biology Research Group at Hudson Institute