Research in the field of reproduction and development from the Faculty of Science, University of Melbourne.
Mary Familari Testis, ovary and placenta formation and function in several species, including dunnart, mouse and human.
David Gardner How fertilised oocytes develop into viable embryos and then go on to become healthy individuals.
Mark Green Improving human and animal assisted reproduction. How environmental contaminants (endocrine disruptors, light pollution) affect gametes, early embryo development and offspring health.
Alexandra Harvey Reproduction biology, including mammalian embryology, IVF and embryonic stem cells.
Laura Parry Maternal health in pregnancy, with a focus on vascular disease and hypertension in pregnancy.
Andrew Pask Reproduction and development of mammals, with a focus on evolution, sexual development, early embryonic development and marsupials.
Marilyn Renfree Reproductive and developmental biology using physiological, endocrine, molecular, genetic and comparative genomic techniques with a focus on mammalian reproduction and development.
Research in this area is conducted in the School of BioSciences.