Dr Keryn Harlow
Keryn is an obstetrician gynaecologist with a keen interest in endometriosis and improving outcomes for women suffering from the condition. She is currently undertaking an advanced laparoscopic fellowship at the Royal Women’s Hospital and the Mercy Hospital for Women. Keryn has been involved in several clinical research projects and has presented and published nationally and internationally. She is a Cochrane author and has a passion for research regarding endometriomas and fertility in women with endometriosis.
Helen C. McNamara*, Helena C. Frawley, Jacqueline F. Donoghue, Emma Readman, Martin Healey, Lenore Ellett, Charlotte Reddington, Lauren J. Hicks, Keryn Harlow, Peter A. W. Rogers and Claudia Cheng on behalf of En-DIT (Endometriosis: Diagnosis, Innovation and Treatment) Research Group, "Peripheral, Central, and Cross Sensitization in Endometriosis-Associated Pain and Comorbid Pain Syndromes", Front. Reprod. Health, 01 September 2021, https://doi.org/10.3389/frph.2021.729642
McNamara Helen C., Frawley Helena C., Donoghue Jacqueline F., Readman Emma, Healey Martin, Ellett Lenore, Reddington Charlotte, Hicks Lauren J., Harlow Keryn, Rogers Peter A. W., Cheng Claudia, “Peripheral, Central, and Cross Sensitization in Endometriosis-Associated Pain and Comorbid Pain Syndromes” Frontiers in Reproductive Health 2021, volume 3, page 56, https://www.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/frph.2021.729642 DOI=10.3389/frph.2021.729642
Stitely, Michael & Harlow, Keryn & MacKenzie, Elliot. (2019). Oral Riboflavin to Assess Ureteral Patency During Cystoscopy: A Randomized Clinical Trial. Obstetrics & Gynecology. 133. 1. 10.1097/AOG.0000000000003063