tessa copp

Tessa Copp

NHMRC Emerging Leader Research Fellow, University of Sydney
I am an early career researcher in the School of Public Health at the University of Sydney. My research focuses on evidence-based healthcare in women’s reproductive health, including assisted reproductive technologies, pre-conception healthcare and overdiagnosis.

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