Adelaide gynaecologist and fertility doctor, Associate Professor Louise Hull’s work will feature at the 14th World Congress on Endometriosis, amongst other research from around the world on the chronic condition.

As well as having her research presented in posters and and oral presentations, Louise Hull is an Ambassador of the event, which is happening between 6 – 10 March 2021 virtually, so it’s accessible across the globe.

Due to the pandemic, WCE2021 has been a challenge for organisers to put together, however, the World Endometriosis Society (WES) has stayed true to its mission to ensure the scientific program is right up there with one of the best they’ve ever presented.

Presenters have updated their abstracts, and more than 45 hours of science, including work by Louise and her PhD and Post Doctorate team, will be available by registering HERE.

Leading the Endometriosis Research Group at the Robinson Research Institute, University of Adelaide, Louise Hull’s group of Post Doctorate and PhD students have been working hard to explore the biological basis of endometriosis and finding new diagnosis and treatment options.

The team is committed to developing non-invasive diagnostic tests for more accurate and timely results to enable women to begin preventative and therapeutic treatments.

Louise Hull’s passion for reproductive health is evident in her continued dedication to helping people grow their family and giving hope to Australians affected by endometriosis.

By translating new endometriosis medical breakthroughs in clinical trials, Louise Hull’s work aims to discover better options for women and contribute to the future of endometriosis research.

And while it’s a shame people can’t meet in person, the program has been staggered across five days to ensure the time zones are inclusive and every speaker at WCE2021 will be ‘live’ for part of the time. The content will also be available on demand for a month after the World Congress.

If you’ve ever had an interest in learning more about endometriosis, this event is the perfect opportunity to hear about innovative research from a diverse scientific committee.

Early bird registration closes on 10 February, so if you’re keen to hear more about the advances in research, innovation and treatment of endometriosis, register now.