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Is two always better than one? The role of gonadotrophin receptor complexes in reproductive health and disease

St Thomas’ Hospital, London

18 Oct Someone raising their hand to ask a question at a seminar Part of Department of Women & Children's Health Seminar Series

Is two always better than one? The role of gonadotrophin receptor complexes in reproductive health and disease

Speaker: Dr Kim Jonas, Lecturer in Women's Health, Department of Women & Children’s Health. 

Dr Kim Jonas is a lecturer in Reproductive Physiology in the Department of Women and Children’s Health at King’s College London. Kim undertook her PhD in ovarian physiology and mechanisms of ovulation at University College London. She completed postdoctoral positions at the Royal Veterinary College and the Institute of Reproductive and Developmental Biology at Imperial College London, studying aspects of receptor-mediated control of the hypothalamic-pituitary-ovarian axis at a physiological, cellular and single-molecule level. Kim’s research group at KCL focusses on understanding the mechanisms controlling ovarian function, ageing and infertility, with emphasis on G protein-coupled receptor biology. Kim is the Reproductive Endocrinology and Physiology Network Convenor for the Society for Endocrinology, a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and Co-director of the MSc in Women and Children’s Health, at King's.


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