The Robinson Institute’s driving focus is giving and sustaining life for existing and future generations – that is creating life and making sure it’s as healthy as possible throughout by finding cures and treatments for a range of health issues and illnesses.
Our research covers the whole life spectrum from:
Conception and Fertility, with a focus on helping people realise their hopes of starting a family.
Healthy Start to Life, where the focus is on healthy pregnancies and infants’ early years and;
Regenerative medicine, where we’re looking at the use of stem cells to cure a number of illnesses and disabilities including stroke and cystic fibrosis.
One of our greatest strengths is the way we link clinicians and our researchers, which means improved sharing of ideas and outcomes, meaning faster and better results for the community and for future generations.
The Robinson Institute is driven by the belief that our work has major life impacts with medical research holding the key to improving the health of future generations.
AO MD FRANZCOG FRCPA CREI Professor Norman has practised in reproductive medicine for 3 decades and has participated in or introduced all of the great breakthroughs in fertility and IVF from the mid 1980’s including the introduction of GnRH agonists and antagonists, recombinant FSH (Puregon and Gonal F), intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD), frozen egg technology, single embryo transfer, ISO accreditation and preconception lifestyle intervention (www.robertjnorman.com).He is experienced in all...read more