Dr Jinzhu Liu

Dr Jinzhu Liu

Barbara Gross Research Unit - Research Manager

Dr Jinzhu Liu graduated from The University of Medicine in China with a MBBS, and subsequently graduated in 1999 from the University of New South Wales with a Master of Public Health. Dr Jinzhu Liu practiced medicine as an Obstetrician and Gynaecologist in China prior to arriving in Australia.  She has been involved in research for more than 15 years in Australia. Jinzhu currently manages the Barbara Gross Research Unit at the Royal Hospital for Women. Her research interests include: designing in house protocols, managing all aspects of clinical trials in women’s health, data analysis and presenting studies at AMS conferences. One particular area of interest is menopause.

Dr Liu has carried out a four part multi-ethnic group study involving Chinese, Arabic, Indian and Greek women living in Sydney. The findings can help women be better supported for the particular needs in the prevention and management of menopausal symptoms both with the community and by medical professionals. As a testament to their worth, the studies were presented at the Australian Menopause Society Conference as well as the International Menopause Conference. Additionally, Dr Liu has a number of publications in peer-reviewed journals.

Publications in major journals

O’Neill SM; Liu J; O’Rourke MF; Khoo SK, 2013, ‘The menopausal transition does not appear to accelerate age-related increases in arterial stiffness’, Climacteric, vol. 16, no. 1, pp. 62 – 69,

Vancaillie T; Eggermont J; Armstrong G; Jarvis S; Liu J; Beg N, 2012, ‘Response to Pudendal Nerve Block in Women with Pudendal Neuralgia’, Pain Medicine, vol. 13, no. 4, pp. 596 – 603,

Liu J, Eden JA. The menopause experience of Greek women in Sydney.  Menopause 2008; 15(3):476-481.

Liu J, Eden J. Experience and Attitudes toward Menopause in Chinese Women Living in Sydney – A Cross Sectional Survey. Maturitas 2007;58(4):359-365.

Lu J, Liu J, Eden J. The experience of menopausal symptoms by Arabic women in Sydney. Climacteric 2007;10: 72-9.

Hafiz I, Liu J, Eden J. A quantitative analysis of the menopause experience of Indian women living in Sydney. The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 2007;47(4):329-334.

Liu, J, Gao, WW. Intrahepatic Cholestasis in pregnancy. Ningxia Medical Journal, March, 1996.

Chen, HC, Liu, J. Forecasting Incidence of Postpartum Hemorrhage by Grading Method in Rural Areas of Two Ningxia Counties: With Postpartum Check-up Measures. Ningxia Medical Journal, October, 1993.

Chen, H, Wang, M, Liu, J, et al. Prevention & Control of Postpartum Haemorrhage in Rural Areas: Analysis of 1506 Deliveries. Ningxia Medical Journal, April, 1993.

Chen, H, Liu, J. Studying on Postpartum Haemorrhage of Hui Women in Rural Areas. Chinese Women’s and Children’s Health Journal, May, 1992


Eden J, Liu J. Cultural context of menopause: a multi-ethnic study in Sydney 2006 (Presented in AMS 2006, New Zealand)

Millard, RJ; Liu J; Tamaddon, K. Female and Male Bladder Compliance by Decade: Retrospective Study of 11745 Neurologically Intact Patients. November, 2003.


McKinley, S; Aitken, L; Doig, G S; Liu, J. Final Report to the National Review of Nursing Education: A systematic review of the literature on models of nursing education and training. September, 2001

Liu, J; Benson, C; Lam, M. Interim Yearly Minimum Data Set Report 2003-2004-Age Care Assessment Program. October, 2004

Benson, C; Lam, M; Liu, J.  Case management following ACAT assessment. November, 2004

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