Dr Genia Rozen

After completing her undergraduate medical and surgical training at Monash University with Honours, she went on to train in Obstetrics  and Gynaecology at Royal Women’s Hospital in Melbourne. She completed the Masters of Reproductive Medicine at University of New South Wales in 2014 and undertook a further 2 years of specialising in Infertility and Reproductive Medicine, at Royal  Women’s     Hospital. Genia is actively involved in the Fertility Preservation Service at Melbourne IVF and  Royal  Women’s  Hospital,  presenting  research  at both local and international conferences. Dedicated to the field of reproductive medicine, she is also undertaking a PhD aimed at  helping women to conceive following  cancer  treatment.  In  2015,  she was awarded the National  Health  and  Medical  Research Council (NHMRC) Scholarship to investigate uterine fitness for pregnancy   following    pelvic    or   total    body   radiation   treatment.