I joined NDOG as research nurse/midwife in 2007. Since 2009 I have been working for Tim Child and the other NDOG groups based in the IRS building. The research studies I am involved in mainly focus on causes of infertility, reproductive failure and fertility treatments themselves.
My PhD was an ethnographic study of infertile couples as they started medical treatments, including IVF, to help their situation. I am particularly interested in using qualitative methodologies as an alternative research paradigm, for example in investigating patient experiences.
Randomized, controlled pilot trial of natural versus hormone replacement therapy cycles in frozen embryo replacement in vitro fertilization.
Mounce G. et al, (2015), Fertil Steril, 104, 915 - 920.e1
Managing infertility in primary care
Allan H. and Mounce G., (2015), Practice Nursing, 26, 440 - 443
LEVELS OF THE OOCYTE ACTIVATION FACTOR, PHOSPHOLIPASE C ZETA, IN HUMAN SPERM ARE REDUCED FOLLOWING INCUBATION WITH POLYVINYLPYRROLIDONE (PVP)
Yelumalai S. et al, (2013), FERTILITY AND STERILITY, 100, S88 - S88
A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL OF NATURAL VERSUS GNRH-AGONIST/HRT REGIMES FOR FROZEN EMBRYO REPLACEMENT
Child T. et al, (2013), FERTILITY AND STERILITY, 100, S146 - S146
An overview of information giving in fertility clinics
Mounce G., (2013), Human Fertility, 16, 8 - 12