Developing molecularly targeted therapeutics and diagnostics for pregnancy complications [ 2013 - 2016 ]

Also known as: Developing treatments and diagnostics for pregnancy complications

Research Grant

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Researchers: Prof Stephen Tong (Principal investigator)

Brief description Pregnancy complications still causes the death of mothers, and their babies. During this fellowship, we will be developing new treatments and clinical tests for three important complications of pregnancy. We will run clinical trials of a new medication based treatment to cure ectopic pregnancies. We will also develop a blood test that can identify those babies still in the womb but suffering dangerously low oxygen levels. Lastly, we will develop drugs to treat preeclampsia, a serious condition of pregnancy.

Funding Amount $AUD 321,489.24

Funding Scheme Career Development Fellowships

Notes Clinical CDF

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