Relaxin treatment of preeclampsia [ 2014 - 2016 ]

Also known as: Improving pregnancy outcomes for women with preeclampsia

Research Grant

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Researchers: Prof Laura Parry (Principal investigator) ,  Dr Marianne Tare Prof Stephen Tong

Brief description This project will substantially improve our understanding of the potential causes of vascular complications of pregnancy including preeclampsia, and provide a solid foundation to develop new clinical interventions for women who develop this disease during their pregnancy. It will also investigate if a peptide hormone, relaxin, could be an effective treatment to manage the health of women diagnosed with preeclampsia during their pregnancy and prevent delivery of severely premature infants.

Funding Amount $AUD 654,794.67

Funding Scheme Project Grants

Notes Standard Project Grant

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