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  • Faculty of Health Sciences

  • Faculty of Health Sciences

  • Dr Orly Lacham-Kaplan

    Dr Orly Lacham-Kaplan, Senior Laboratory Manager, Centre of Exercise and Nutrition has specialised in applied research in fertility for her PhD dissertation and became a world specialist in state-of-the-art technologies including stem cell therapies to overcome human infertility for which she was awarded the "BrainLink Women of Achievement Award" in 2007. Orly held a Senior Research Fellow and head of research lab position at Monash University and was the coordinator of, and a lecturer in under and postgraduate courses at Monash University. Orly was also a project officer/consultant for Cancer Council Australia to establish the new surveillance colonoscopy guidelines for the prevention of colorectal cancer and a Lab Manager at the Physical Activity and Behavioural Epidemiology, Baker IDI before she joined the Australian Catholic University. In recent years Orly has developed interest in women health and has been concentrating on establishing holistic wellbeing (body and mind) approach to women health and everyday issues using techniques she has been learning in her studies of Masters of Counselling at Victoria University.Her current research interests include identifying the causes for muscle loss in postmenopausal women from cellular and molecular perspectives utilizing array of technical methods including imaging, molecular biology, immunochemistry and proteomics and establish possible systems to maintain muscle tissue in-vitro and in-vivo.

    Although under the Senior Professional title, Dr Lacham-Kaplan's current position is a combination of organisational management and research activities (academia)

    Phone : 8233 (Melbourne) Email :

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