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Dr Kirsten Hogg

Dr Kirsten Hogg

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Role Senior Project Coordinator
Dr Kirsten Hogg is a Senior Project Coordinator for the Infectious Diseases research group at MCRI. She provides operational support for the group's major research projects including the BRACE and MIS-BAIR clinical trials. Kirsten has a background in medical research and project management in a research setting.
Dr Kirsten Hogg is a Senior Project Coordinator for the Infectious Diseases research group at MCRI. She provides operational support for the group's major research projects including the BRACE and MIS-BAIR clinical trials. Kirsten has a background in...
Dr Kirsten Hogg is a Senior Project Coordinator for the Infectious Diseases research group at MCRI. She provides operational support for the group's major research projects including the BRACE and MIS-BAIR clinical trials. Kirsten has a background in medical research and project management in a research setting.

Top Publications

  • De Silva, DL, Stafford, L, Skandarajah, AR, Sinclair, M, Devereux, L, Hogg, K, Kentwell, M, Park, A, Lal, L, Zethoven, M, et al. Universal genetic testing for women with newly diagnosed breast cancer in the context of multidisciplinary team care. The Medical Journal of Australia 218(8) : 368 -373 2023
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  • Hodyl, NA, Hogg, K, Renton, D, von Saldern, S, McLachlan, R. Understanding the preferences of Australian men for accessing health information. Australian Journal of Primary Health 26(2) : 153 -160 2020
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  • Hogg, K, Rizio, T, Manocha, R, McLachlan, RI, Hammarberg, K. Men’s preconception health care in Australian general practice: GPs’ knowledge, attitudes and behaviours. Australian Journal of Primary Health 25(4) : 353 -358 2019
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  • Prokopuk, L, Hogg, K, Western, PS. Pharmacological inhibition of EZH2 disrupts the female germline epigenome. Clinical Epigenetics 10(1) : 33 2018
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  • Gustin, SE, Stringer, JM, Hogg, K, Sinclair, AH, Western, PS. FGF9, activin and TGFβ promote testicular characteristics in an XX gonad organ culture model. Reproduction 152(5) : 529 -543 2016
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