Reverse translation to better understand fetal growth restriction
- Research Opportunity
- PhD students, Honours students
- Number of Honour Places Available
- Obstetrics and Gynaecology
- Royal Melbourne Hospital
|Associate Professor Tu'uhevaha Kaitu'u-Linofirstname.lastname@example.org||84584355||Personal web page|
|Associate Professor Natalie Hannanemail@example.com|
|Professor Stephen Tongfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Summary This project will involve laboratory studies on novel proteins we have identified as deranged in the circulation of women carrying a small baby.
Fetal growth restriction occurs when a baby fails to reach its predetermined growth capacity during pregnancy. It is a leading contributor to stillbirth, a devastating tragedy that effects 1:130 pregnancies in Australia.
Our laboratory has identified numerous proteins that are deranged in the maternal circulation of women carrying a small baby. This project will involve laboratory studies to ascertain the function of these novel proteins and begin to elucidate their contribution to the pathogenesis of this pregnancy complication.
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PhD students, Honours students
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Research NodeRoyal Melbourne Hospital
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