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A/Prof Lisa Hui

A/Prof Lisa Hui

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Role Co-Group Leader /Honorary Fellow Manager
Research area Genomic Medicine
A/Prof Lisa Hui is a maternal fetal medicine specialist with research interests in cell-free fetal nucleic acids, prenatal screening and diagnosis. She completed her clinical training in obstetrics and gynaecology in Sydney and performed her PhD research at the Mother Infant Research Institute in Boston before moving to Melbourne in 2013.

She is Associate Professor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the University of Melbourne and Team Leader in the MCRI Reproductive Epidemiology group. She holds clinical appointments at the Mercy Hospital for Women, Heidelberg, and The Northern Hospital, Epping.
A/Prof Lisa Hui is a maternal fetal medicine specialist with research interests in cell-free fetal nucleic acids, prenatal screening and diagnosis. She completed her clinical training in obstetrics and gynaecology in Sydney and performed her PhD...
A/Prof Lisa Hui is a maternal fetal medicine specialist with research interests in cell-free fetal nucleic acids, prenatal screening and diagnosis. She completed her clinical training in obstetrics and gynaecology in Sydney and performed her PhD research at the Mother Infant Research Institute in Boston before moving to Melbourne in 2013.

She is Associate Professor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the University of Melbourne and Team Leader in the MCRI Reproductive Epidemiology group. She holds clinical appointments at the Mercy Hospital for Women, Heidelberg, and The Northern Hospital, Epping.

Top Publications

  • Marzan, MB, Johnson, E, Moore, P, Jiang, H, Hui, L. Changes in the numbers of hospital‐based abortions and outpatient early medical abortions in Victoria, 2012–22: a retrospective cohort study. The Medical Journal of Australia 2024
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  • Edlow, AG, Vora, NL, Hui, L, Wick, HC, Cowan, JM, Bianchi, DW. Maternal Obesity Affects Fetal Neurodevelopmental and Metabolic Gene Expression: A Pilot Study. PLOS ONE 9(2) : e88661 2024
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  • McLaughlin, EJ, Hiscock, RJ, Robinson, AJ, Hui, L, Tong, S, Dane, KM, Middleton, AL, Walker, SP, MacDonald, TM. Appropriate-for-gestational-age infants who exhibit reduced antenatal growth velocity display postnatal catch-up growth. PLOS ONE 15(9) : e0238700 2024
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  • Kaitu’u-Lino, TJ, MacDonald, TM, Cannon, P, Nguyen, T-V, Hiscock, RJ, Haan, N, Myers, JE, Hastie, R, Dane, KM, Middleton, AL, et al. Circulating SPINT1 is a biomarker of pregnancies with poor placental function and fetal growth restriction. Nature Communications 11(1) : 2411 2024
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  • de Alwis, N, Beard, S, Binder, NK, Pritchard, N, Kaitu’u-Lino, TJ, Walker, SP, Stock, O, Groom, K, Petersen, S, Henry, A, et al. DAAM2 is elevated in the circulation and placenta in pregnancies complicated by fetal growth restriction and is regulated by hypoxia. Scientific Reports 11(1) : 5540 2024
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