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Dr Emily Camm

Postdoctoral Associate
Lecturer (fixed-term)
Fetal physiology and neuroscience

"My research involves investigating the effects of adverse prenatal conditions, such as maternal obesity and a reduction in oxygen (hypoxia), on the structure and function of the brain and placenta of the offspring."

Academic interests

Emily Camm's research interests include:

  • The potential mechanisms that may underlie the programming of neurological dysfunction, with the aim of developing novel clinical interventions to treat both the mother and baby;
  • Factors that regulate brain development, with a focus on understanding the causes and consequences of compromised pregnancies on cerebral development and long term health of the offspring.

Degrees obtained

  • BSc University of Melbourne, Australia.
  • BSc (Hons) Monash University, Australia.
  • PhD Monash University, Australia.

Other interests

Photography, life drawing, and travelling.

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