2017 - Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science
Her primary areas of investigation include Endometrium, Endocrinology, Internal medicine, Stromal cell and Trophoblast. The concepts of her Endometrium study are interwoven with issues in Embryo transfer, Infertility, Chemokine, Andrology and Blastocyst. Her research integrates issues of Matrix metalloproteinase and Cytokine in her study of Endocrinology.
Her Internal medicine research focuses on subjects like Extracellular matrix, which are linked to Cell adhesion and Cell adhesion molecule. Her Stromal cell course of study focuses on Mast cell and Cell Degranulation and Degranulation. The Trophoblast study combines topics in areas such as Placentation, Immunology, Decidua and Cell biology.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Internal medicine, Endocrinology, Endometrium, Stromal cell and Cell biology. Lois A. Salamonsen has researched Internal medicine in several fields, including Pregnancy, Epithelium and Decidual cells. Lois A. Salamonsen has included themes like Trophoblast, Matrix metalloproteinase and Reproductive technology in her Endocrinology study.
Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Infertility, Andrology, Blastocyst, Menstrual cycle and Embryo. Her Stromal cell research incorporates elements of Progestin, In vitro, Immunostaining and Paracrine signalling. Her Cell biology study combines topics in areas such as Proteases and Decidua.
Lois A. Salamonsen focuses on Endometrium, Andrology, Blastocyst, Internal medicine and Menstrual cycle. Her Endometrium study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Stromal cell, Embryo transfer, Trophoblast, Infertility and Cell biology. Her studies deal with areas such as Pregnancy, Uterine cavity and Placentation as well as Andrology.
Her research in Blastocyst intersects with topics in Microvesicles and Conceptus. Her Internal medicine research incorporates themes from Endocrinology, Dystroglycan and Oncology. Her Endocrinology research is mostly focused on the topic Uterus.
Her primary areas of study are Endometrium, Blastocyst, Embryo transfer, Andrology and Infertility. Lois A. Salamonsen combines subjects such as Microvesicles, Trophoblast, Menstrual cycle and Immunology with her study of Endometrium. She interconnects In vitro fertilisation, Pregnancy rate and Obstetrics in the investigation of issues within Embryo transfer.
Her work carried out in the field of Pregnancy rate brings together such families of science as Receptor, Follicular phase, Internal medicine, Endocrinology and Ovulation induction. Lois A. Salamonsen works mostly in the field of Andrology, limiting it down to topics relating to Uterine cavity and, in certain cases, Cell morphology and Endometrial Stromal Cell, as a part of the same area of interest. Her Cell morphology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Stromal cell and Decidualization.
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Cytokines, chemokines and growth factors in endometrium related to implantation
Evdokia Dimitriadis;C. A. White;R. L. Jones;L. A. Salamonsen.
Human Reproduction Update (2005)
TGF-β superfamily expression and actions in the endometrium and placenta
Rebecca L Jones;Rebecca L Jones;Chelsea Stoikos;Jock K Findlay;Lois A Salamonsen.
Priorities for Endometriosis Research: Recommendations From an International Consensus Workshop
Peter A. W. Rogers;Thomas M. D'Hooghe;Asgerally Fazleabas;Caroline E. Gargett.
Reproductive Sciences (2009)
Endometrial exosomes/microvesicles in the uterine microenvironment: a new paradigm for embryo-endometrial cross talk at implantation.
York Hunt Ng;Sophie Rome;Audrey Jalabert;Alexis Forterre.
PLOS ONE (2013)
Identification of chemokines important for leukocyte recruitment to the human endometrium at the times of embryo implantation and menstruation
Rebecca L. Jones;Natalie J. Hannan;Natalie J. Hannan;Tu’uhevaha J. Kaitu’u;Jin Zhang.
The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism (2004)
Endometrial leukocytes and menstruation
Lois A. Salamonsen;Louise J. Lathbury.
Human Reproduction Update (2000)
Models for Study of Human Embryo Implantation: Choice of Cell Lines?
Natalie J. Hannan;Premila Paiva;Evdokia Dimitriadis;Lois A. Salamonsen.
Biology of Reproduction (2010)
Fresh versus frozen embryo transfer: backing clinical decisions with scientific and clinical evidence
Jemma Evans;Natalie Josephine Hannan;Tracey Edgell;Beverley Janine Vollenhoven.
Human Reproduction Update (2014)
Matrix metalloproteinase production by cultured human endometrial stromal cells: identification of interstitial collagenase, gelatinase-A, gelatinase-B, and stromelysin-1 and their differential regulation by interleukin-1 alpha and tumor necrosis factor-alpha.
T J Rawdanowicz;A L Hampton;H Nagase;D E Woolley.
The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism (1994)
Menstruation: induction by matrix metalloproteinases and inflammatory cells
Lois A. Salamonsen;David E. Woolley.
Journal of Reproductive Immunology (1999)
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