Dr John Eden becomes a fellow of the RANZCOG.
He is part of the first group of specialists to be accredited as a reproductive endocrinologist (CREI Fellow).
John is awarded Associate Professor in Reproductive Endocrinology, UNSW for his contribution and leadership in teaching, advanced research, mentoring and assessment of students in his field.
He founds the Natural Therapies Unit at the Royal Hospital for Women.
John establishes the Barbara Gross Research Unit within the Natural Therapies Unit at the RHW.
office is a few doors away from John Eden
and they become friends.
John establishes the Sydney Menopause Centre.
, Thierry and Sherin join forces to identify complex patient presentations and plan collaborative research.
Thierry and John, with the same holistic philosophy, merge their private practices to form the Women's Health & Research Institute of Australia.
The combined expertise of founding directors Thierry and John (in pain medicine and endoscopic surgery, and in reproductive endocrinology, respectively) complement each other well.
begins monthly gynaecology specialist visits to Pius X Aboriginal Health Service, Moree, in rural NSW.
John Eden becomes Medical Co-Director of Gynaecology, RHW.
At the WHRIA
'VIP' GP Education Evening Thierry speaks on chronic pelvic pain and John
presents case studies about managing menopause.