Dr Tanja Jankovic-Karasoulos

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20032020

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Research Biography

Dr Jankovic-Karasoulos is a molecular biologist working on multiple aspects of pregnancy health. She holds a Research Associate position in the College of Medicine and Public Health at Flinders University, and is a member of the Pregnancy, Health and Beyond (PHaB) research team. Her research involves characterisation of molecular processes involved in placental development and function across gestation and how these are disrupted in pregnancy complications.  Her focus is on identifying molecular pathways that are controlling oxidative stress during pregnancy, particularly in early gestation, and working toward understanding the role that micronutrients play in these pathways. She has established a number of cell and tissue culture models to study placental function in vitro and the interaction of micronutrients with molecular and epigenetic pathways that are underlining placental development. Dr Jankovic-Karasoulos also collaborates on research projects that are working on understanding placental innate immune responses to viral infections.

Research Interests

  • Reproductive medicine
  • Pregnancy health

Research Expertise

Molecular biology working on multiple aspects of pregnancy health.

Member of the Pregnancy, Health and Beyond (PHaB) research team.

Characterisation of molecular processes involved in placental development and function across gestation and how these are disrupted in pregnancy complications. 

Focusing on identifying molecular pathways that are controlling oxidative stress during pregnancy, particularly in early gestation, and working toward understanding the role that micronutrients play in these pathways.

Established several cell and tissue culture models to study placental function in vitro and the interaction of micronutrients with molecular and epigenetic pathways that are underlining placental development.

Collaborates on research projects that are working on understanding placental innate immune responses to viral infections.

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, University of Adelaide

Award Date: 4 Aug 2004

Bachelor of Science, Flinders University

19921997

External positions

Postdoctoral Research Scientist, University of Adelaide

Sep 2015 → …

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