Chantelle has a Young Scientist Award nomination for the 24th World Congress on Controversies in Obstetrics, Gynecology & Infertility (COGI) in which she is also performing a presentation addressing aftercare and specialised follow up to minimise negative health and sexual consequences for women who have had ‘PBSO’ Preventative Bilateral Salpingo Oophorectomy; meaning removal of ovaries for reduction of risk of ovarian and breast cancer. Chantelle has trained at FemPoli clinic in Zwolle, The Netherlands alongside her mentor Ingrid Pinas (http://fempoli.nl/).
In February 2017 Chantelle won a prestigious award for the best poster presentation on Female Sexual Medicine at the 19th Congress European Society of Sexual Medicine in Nice, France, alongside her co-author Gyneacologist Dr Ingrid Pinas. The presentation covered the Sexual Functioning and Menstrual Pattern Migraine: Pilot Study on Effects of Hormonal Interventions During Menopause Transition.
She has featured in the News.com.au, Cosmopolitan Magazine, New York Post, Body and Soul magazine, as a Priceline guest speaker and on various podcasts.
Her scientific abstracts are featured in the Journal of Sexual Medicine:
Otten, I. Pinas: PS-02-008 Sexual functioning in women with menstrual pattern migraines. The Journal of Sexual Medicine April 2017Volume 14, Issue 4, Supplement, Page e112. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jsxm.2017.03.089
Otten, I. Pinas: HP-07-003 Sexual functioning and menstrual pattern migraine: pilot study on effects of hormonal interventions during menopause transition. The Journal of Sexual Medicine April 2017Volume 14, Issue 4, Supplement, Page e156-7. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jsxm.2017.03.058
She is a Member of The Society of Australian Sexologists Ltd., The European Society of Sexual Medicine, The International Society of Sexual Medicine and and a guest speaker for Priceline.