Yale Medicine’s Maternal-Fetal Medicine (MFM) Perinatal Research group has been at the forefront of conducting research in the field of Maternal-Fetal Medicine and developmental biology. Our faculty and fellows promote, coordinate, and conduct cutting-edge clinical, basic science, epidemiologic and translational research.
As a testimony to the intellectually stimulating environment at Yale Medicine, several members of our MFM section have been awarded federal and private foundation research grants. This plays an important role in building a unique expertise of the Perinatal Research group in designing studies targeted to discover new biomarkers with biological and clinical relevance for preterm birth, preeclampsia, coagulation disorders, and neonatal sepsis. We also pursue a variety of research initiatives to develop new treatments for women whose pregnancies are threatened by thrombophilia.
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