Associate Professor M. Louise Hull

  • -New Developments Director
  • -Fertility Specialist
  • -Specialist Gynaecologist

Associate Professor Louise Hull has worked in fertility services since she graduated as a doctor in 1991. During this time she has been delighted to help many couples conceive, as well as promote the development of improved fertility treatments through research and education.

She became Obstetrician and Gynaecologist (FRANZCOG) after gaining clinical experience in New Zealand and Cambridge and Somerset in the UK. Louise has a strong interest in reproductive medicine and has worked in IVF units in New Zealand, England and Australia, including Bourn Hall, the fertility centre where the first IVF baby was born.

Associate Professor Hull completed a PhD s in Endometriosis at the University of Cambridge, has several publications in peer-reviewed journals and is an associate editor for the Human Reproduction Journal. She is currently a Senior Lecturer, leading the Endometriosis Research Group at the Robinson Institute, University of Adelaide (www.adelaide.edu.au/directory/louise.hull), with a special interest in developing treatments to improve outcomes for fertility patients and women with endometriosis. Louise is also an ambassador for the World Endometriosis Society (www.endometriosis.ca/about/ambassador/louise-hull).

As a subspecialist in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, Louise has thoroughly enjoyed providing fertility support to South Australian couples for the last 6 years at both Fertility SA and the Women’s and Children’s Hospital, Adelaide. Louise also consults at her private gynaecology practice at Calvary North Adelaide Hospital.