Dr Sarah Moody is a member of the Testis Development and Male Germ Cell Biology Research group in the Centre for Reproductive Health.
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Dr Sarah Moody is a Postdoctoral Researcher working with Professor Kate Loveland in the Testis Development and Male Germ Cell Biology laboratory.
Dr Moody completed a Bachelor of Biomedical Science (Honours) at Monash University in 2012.
Following two and a half years of experience as a research assistant, she commenced her PhD in 2016 under the supervision of Professor Kate Loveland, co-supervised by Associate Professor Patrick Western.
Dr Moody completed her PhD in 2020 with her thesis entitled “Investigating the effects of activin A and TGFbeta superfamily ligands on the fetal male germline”.
Her current research continues to expand on understanding the role of activin A and TGFbetas on the fetal male germline and developing testis.