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Iolanda Rodino graduated from The University of Western Australia in 1992 and has specialized in the fields of sexual health, reproductive medicine and third party reproduction. Iolanda is a clinical psychologist who currently consults to Concept Fertility Centre in Perth. Her research interests include the areas of gamete donation, stress and the emotional effects of polycystic ovarian syndrome.