Professor Lynette Denny
Cervical cancer: prevention in low-resource settings; natural history; precursors in HIV positive women. Other gynaecological cancers: management of endometrial,ovarian cancer and advanced vulval cancer. HPV: prevalence, types; vaccination, DNA typing.
Professor Susan Fawcus
Maternal mortality; Perinatal mortality; Intrapartum asphyxia; Magnesium supplementation in pregnancy; Respectful maternity care, Calcium and pre-eclampsia Obstetric haemorrhage
Professor Zephne van der Spuy
Contraceptive and interceptive development; Polycystic ovary syndrome; Reproductive failure; Endocrine dysfunction in pregnancy; Menopause; Nutrition and reproductive health; Genetics of benign gynaecological conditions.
Associate Professor John Anthony
Thrombophilia; Eclampsia; Bioethics.
Professor Silke Dyer
Infertility: Management in low-resource settings, psychosocial consequences, assisted reproductive technology (ART), ART data registries.
Dr Saadiqa Allie
Obstetric hysterectomy; Teenage pregnancy.
Dr Anne Horak
High risk obstetrics; Fetal cardiac abnormalities.
Dr Stephen Jeffery
Refractory overactive bladder syndrome: treatment, epidemiology; HIV and obstetric pelvic floor trauma; surgical repair of posterior compartment prolapse; interdisciplinary patient care
Dr Lynelle Kenneth
IUCD in HIV positive women
Dr Mushi Matjila
Fetal Anomalies: Antenatal Pyelectasis; Reproductive endocrinology in normal and abnormal pregnancies. PhD thesis (in process): “The role of Kisspeptin and cognate receptor GPR 54 in placentation”.
Dr Nomonde Mbatani
Uterine sarcomas: outcome of treatment; Treatment outcome and complications of gynaecological malignancy.
Dr Greg Petro
Clinical epidemiology; Haemorrhage and transfusion in the obstetric patient; Termination of pregnancy.
Dr Linda Rogers
Vulval cancer, MRI Imaging in endometrial and cervical cancer, optimal management of early stage cervical cancer, outcome of ovarian cancer in developing countries.
Dr Leann Schoeman
High-risk obstetrics; Audit of clinical obstetric management; cardiac disease in pregnancy.
Dr Valentin Stefan
Haemorrhage and transfusion in the obstetric patient.
Dr Chantal Stewart
Fetal medicine; Women’s expectations of and attitudes to fetal anomaly scans; Preterm labour; Ultrasound screening for risk of pregnancy complications.