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Cambridge Reproduction


My current research interests are:
- Human placental development and function
- Identification of novel biomarkers for prediction of adverse pregnancy outcomes
I use multi-omics approaches to study placental and maternal blood samples obtained serially throughout pregnancy with the aim of understanding how altered placental development and function contribute to pregnancy complications, such as fetal growth restriction, preeclampsia and stillbirth. The overarching goal of my work is to identify novel circulating biomarkers (circulating nuclei acids, metabolites, peptides) for predicting these adverse pregnancy outcomes.