Metabolomic prediction of pregnancy-related disorders Speaker: Nancy McBride, Doctor of Philosophy Student, University of Bristol Time: Thursday 5th of March 2020, 16:00-17:00 Location: The Rosie Hospital, Seminar Room 2A, Cambridge […]
A new study published in Nature Communications by Francesco Colucci’s group (Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology) in collaboration with Andrew Sharkey’s laboratory (Department of Pathology) identified subsets of human decidual […]
Recruitment for our new study will start at the Rosie Hospital (Cambridge, UK) 13th January 2020. The main aim of the study is to identify women at high risk of […]
Congratulations to Giulia Avellino who has been selected for the SRI President’s Plenary Award for her abstract titled “Placental Central Carbon Metabolism Links Polyamines to Histone Acetylation” G Avellino, DS […]
Congratulations to our ‘unsung hero’ Sheree on winning an award at the Professional Services Recognition Scheme ceremony held yesterday. Well deserved!
In this Perspective published in Science, Francesco Colucci outlines the complex interactions between maternal immune cells and fetal trophoblast and the impact on pregnancy complications. Colucci F (2019). The immunological […]
A study by Susanne Lager (Obstetrics and Gynaecology) and Marcus de Goffau (Veterinary Medicine and Wellcome Sanger Institute), led by Steve Charnock-Jones and Gordon Smith (both Obstetrics and Gynaecology), showed, conversely […]
The uterus of humans and mice is home to many immune cells, including natural killer (NK) and other innate lymphoid cells (ILCs), which may play important roles in pregnancy. The […]
We would like to congratulate Cristine on being awarded her PhD. Her thesis is entitled “Monitoring of cerebral oxygenation, cerebrovascular reactivity and cardiac function in preterm infants”. Dr Topun Austin was […]
Congratulations to Research Associate Dr Wendi Bacon whose abstract has won her a YW Loke New Investigator Travel Award to attend the IFPA conference in Tokyo this coming September. Well done Wendi!