Severe fetal growth restriction is a rare yet one of the riskiest obstetric complications, requiring clinicians make decisions based on ultrasound tests to… Read more »
Stephen is a clinician scientist. A Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecologist, he is a practising obstetrician at Mercy Hospital for Women, in Melbourne. He has (co-) led research programs that have taken five to six diagnostic and therapeutic concepts from the laboratory to major clinical trials and cohort studies running in Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, United Kingdom and Chile. These include treatments for ectopic pregnancy, preeclampsia, and (of course) identifying new diagnostics to avoid stillbirth. He is also co-director of Mercy Perinatal, based at Mercy Health.