Dr Jessica stringer is an Early Career Research Fellow at the Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute. Jessica completed her PhD in 2012 at the University of Melbourne and undertook her postdoctoral studies at the Hudson Institute of Medical Research, before joining the Ovarian Biology Laboratory in 2016. Jessica is specifically interested in understanding how oocyte quality is maintained and how chemical impacts affect genome integrity, inheritance and female fertility. This research is highly relevant to population health in Australia, where 20% of women have their first child after 35, an age at which fertility plummets due to loss of oocyte quality.
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