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Obesity, Gestational Diabetes and Fetal Growth

Obesity, Gestational Diabetes and Fetal Growth

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The strategy of this group is to study the effects of maternal obesity and gestational diabetes on fetal growth with the aim of improving our understanding of the mechanistic pathways leading to fetal growth anomalies, improved detection and prevention of adverse outcomes. The research projects range from epidemiological based observational studies including population based studies to clinical trials. The workstreams below are underpinned by skills in epidemiology, biostatistics, clinical biochemistry, fetal programming and fetal imaging. 

 

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The group 

 

Professor Lucilla Poston

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Mr Paul Seed

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Dr Sara White

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Dr Angela Flynn

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Dr Paul Taylor

 

 

 Dr Katie Dalrymple

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PhD Students                                 

Ola Quotah

Julie Sigurdardottir

 

Post-doc Research Assistant

Lauren Carson

 

Research Midwives

Laura McCabe

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UPBEAT TEMPO HEART

upbeat heartStudying the cardiovascular health in the children of mothers who received the UPBEAT intervention

 

                                                                                              

UPBEAT TEMPO

upbeat heartStudying the affects of obesity during pregnancy on the long term health of mother and child.

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iFIND

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TWO Study

PiP Study

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Working with... 

 

External collaborators

 

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cross-cutting themes

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