Led by Professor Julie Owens, the School and its members have international reputations as research leaders in reproductive biology and medicine, maternal, fetal and child health, and reproductive and regenerative medicine.
The School is principally located at three sites: the Medical School, the Women's and Children's Hospital and the Lyell McEwin Hospital. It has close interactions with other University of Adelaide departments and the Royal Adelaide Hospital. To learn more about research degree opportunities and scholarships please visit our web site.The Robinson Institute
Many members of the School of Paediatrics and Reproductive Health (SPRH) are part of the University of Adelaide’s Robinson Institute. By joining us for your honours or research degree you will have the unique opportunity to be part of the Robinson Institute which brings together over 350 cutting edge researchers and four of the leading research centres of the Institute:
Being a member of the Robinson Institute means you are eligible to apply for scholarships offered by the Institute, participate in their mentoring and professional development programs and gain support when required to pursue additional opportunities such as applying for awards and external scholarships.
The Institute has recently established the Robinson Foundation to support the life-giving research of the Robinson Institute. An important objective of the Robinson Foundation is to raise funds to support the development of our next generation of scientists.
Child & adolescent psychology (cognition & behaviour)
Paediatric respiratory health
Sleep & cardiovascular health in children
Visit the Paediatrics website for more information
Human and Animal Reproductive Biotechnology and Stem Cells
Mammary Gland Biology and Breast Cancer
Circadian and biological rhythms, and "clock" genes (impact of shift work)
Cell invasion and growth factors
Genetic polymorphisms and genotyping
Hormone replacement therapy
Ovarian failure (premature)
Visit the Obstetrics & Gynaecology website for more information
Further details are available, please contact the Faculty of Health Sciences office.