Professor Peter Rogers is the Professor of Women’s Health Research in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at University of Melbourne. His lab is situated in the research precinct of the Royal Women’s Hospital with research interests spanning basic reproductive biology through to gynaecological problems.
Current areas of interest include common women’s health disorders such as heavy menstrual bleeding, uterine fibroids, endometriosis, pelvic pain and uterine aspects of infertility. Peter also runs a program investigating the application of synchrotron generated micro beam x-rays for tumour radiotherapy.
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Improving diagnosis and treatment of endometriosis
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Identification of genes differentially expressed in menstrual breakdown and repair
IDENTIFICATION AND FUNCTION OF GENES THAT INCREASE RISK FOR ENDOMETRIOSIS
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A Monte Carlo model of synchrotron radiotherapy shows good agreement with experimental dos..
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A Monte Carlo model of synchrotron radiotherapy shows good agreement with experimental dosimetry measurements: Data from the imaging and medical beamline at the Australian Synchrotron
LRJ Day, P Pellicioli, F Gagliardi, M Barnes, LML Smyth, D Butler, J Livingstone, AW Stevenson, J Lye, CM Poole, D Hausermann, PAW Rogers, JC Crosbie
Journal article | 2020 | Physica Medica
Experimental measurement of Synchrotron Radiotherapy (SyncRT) doses is challenging, especially for Microbeam Radiotherapy (MRT), w..
Obesity does not alter endometrial gene expression in women with endometriosis
Sarah J Holdsworth-Carson, Jessica Chung, Clare Sloggett, Sally Mortlock, Jenny N Fung, Grant W Montgomery, Uri P Dior, Martin Healey, Peter AW Rogers, Jane E Girling
Conference Proceedings | 2020 | Reproductive BioMedicine Online
Tissue specific regulation of transcription in endometrium and association with disease
Sally Mortlock, Raden I Kendarsari, Jenny N Fung, Greg Gibson, Fei Yang, Restuadi Restuadi, Jane E Girling, Sarah J Holdsworth-Carson, Wan Tinn Teh, Samuel W Lukowski, Martin Healey, Ting Qi, Peter AW Rogers, Jian Yang, Brett McKinnon, Grant W Montgomery
Journal article | 2020 | Human Reproduction
STUDY QUESTION: Are genetic effects on endometrial gene expression tissue specific and/or associated with reproductive traits and ..
Endometrial uNK cell counts do not predict successful implantation in an IVF population
JF Donoghue, P Paiva, WT Teh, LM Cann, C Nowell, H Rees, S Bittinger, V Obers, JN Bulmer, C Stern, J Mcbain, PAW Rogers
Journal article | 2019 | HUMAN REPRODUCTION
STUDY QUESTION: Are uterine natural killer (uNK) cell numbers and their distribution relative to endometrial arterioles altered in..
The Association of Sonographic Evidence of Adenomyosis with Severe Endometriosis and Gene Expression in Eutopic Endometrium
Uri P Dior, Debbie Nisbet, Jenny N Fung, Grant Foster, Martin Healey, Grant W Montgomery, Peter AW Rogers, Sarah J Holdsworth-Carson, Jane E Girling
Journal article | 2019 | Journal of Minimally Invasive Gynecology
Synchrotron microbeam radiotherapy evokes a different early tumor immunomodulatory response to conventional radiotherapy in EMT6.5 mammary tumors
Yuqing Yang, Agnieszka Swierczak, Mohammad Ibahim, Premila Paiva, Leonie Cann, Andrew W Stevenson, Jeffrey C Crosbie, Robin L Anderson, Peter AW Rogers
Journal article | 2019 | Radiotherapy and Oncology
Generation of immortalized human endometrial stromal cell lines with different endometriosis risk genotypes
SJ Holdsworth-Carson, EM Colgrave, JF Donoghue, JN Fung, ML Churchill, S Mortlock, P Paiva, M Healey, GW Montgomery, JE Girling, PAW Rogers
Journal article | 2019 | MOLECULAR HUMAN REPRODUCTION
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Professor Of Women'S Health Research
Obstetrics And Gynaecology Royal Women'S Hospital/Mercy
Doctor of Philosophy
Flinders University of South Australia
Batchelor of Science (Hons)
University of Liverpool