A/Prof Nottle heads the Reproductive Biotechnology Group at the Robinson Institute at The University of Adelaide. He is internationally recognised for pioneering the development of livestock reproductive biotechnologies for agricultural and biomedical applications. This research has resulted in a number of world firsts including being the first group to produce cloned pigs from a frozen cell line as well as a major breakthrough in embryo freezing which was published in Nature. His Group also made major advances in in vitro oocyte maturation and embryo culture Current research is focussed on embryonic stem cells and their therapeutic applications. He has published over 100 refereed publications, attracted over 20 million in research funding, is an inventor on nine patents and is regularly invited to speak at national and international conferences. In recognition of these and other achievements he was made a Fellow of the Society for Reproductive Biology in 2015.
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