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Supported Projects        

K23 - Mentored Patient-Oriented Research Devel Awd

Project Number Description
5K23HD070972-02 BUTWICK, ALEXANDER JAMES
STANFORD UNIVERSITY
POSTPARTUM HEMMORRHAGE AND ANEMIA: EPIDEMIOLOGIC AND COST-EFFECTIVENESS ANALYSES

K99 - Career Transition Award

Project Number Description
1K99HD075858-01A1 SUTER, MELISSA ANNE
BAYLOR COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
CHANGES IN PLACENTAL THYRIOD HORMONE TRANSPORT ASSOCIATED WITH MATERNAL OBESITY

P01 - Research Program Projects

Project Number Description
2P01HD021350-21A1 NATHANIELSZ, PETER W
UNIV OF TX HSC, SA
MECHANISMS OF PLACENTAL, FETAL BRAIN AND RENAL OUTCOMES OF IUGR

R01 - Research Project

Project Number Description
1R01HD074794-01A1 HILLIER, TERESA A
KAISER FOUNDATION RESEARCH INSTITUTE
COMPARING TWO GESTATIONAL DIABETES SCREENING METHODS: A PRAGMATIC OUTPATIENT RCT
1R01HD076313-01A1 GUTTUSO, THOMAS J
STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK AT BUFFALO
COMPARISON OF GABAPENTIN AND ONDANSETRON FOR TREATING HYPEREMESIS GRAVIDARUM
3R01HD073555-02S1 STRAUSS, JEROME F
VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIVERSITY
ADMIXTURE MAPPING OF PRETERM BIRTH GENES
5R01HD025147-24 LIEBHABER, STEPHEN AARON
UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
LCR ACTIVATION OF THE HUMAN GROWTH HORMONE GENE
5R01HD060680-05 HATCH, ELIZABETH E
BOSTON UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CAMPUS
AN INTERNET BASED PROSPECTIVE STUDY OF TIME TO PREGNANCY
5R01HD065007-04 JANSSON, THOMAS
UNIV OF TX HSC, SA
ADIPONECTIN, PLACENTAL NUTRIENT TRANSPORT AND FETAL GROWTH
5R01HD072056-02 ARMSTRONG, WILLIAM E
UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE HEALTH SCI CTR
REPRODUCTIVE PLASTICITY IN OXYTOCIN NEURONS
5R01HD072077-02 HALL, TIMOTHY J.
UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISON
MONITORING CHANGES IN CERVICAL MICROSTRUCTURE DURING PREGNANCY
5R01HD076589-02 MERCER, JUDITH SMITH
UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND
EFFECTS OF PLACENTAL TRANSFUSION ON EARLY BRAIN DEVELOPMENT

R13 - Conferences

Project Number Description
1R13HD079163-01 BIRD, IAN M
UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISON
PRS YOUNG INVESTIGATOR GRANTS WORKSHOP
1R13HD079207-01 ROBERTS, DRUCILLA J
MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL HOSPITAL
THE CONTRIBUTION OF ANATOMIC PATHOLOGY TO THE HEALTH OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN
5R13HD071721-03 HACKETT, BRIAN P
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY
MIDWEST REGIONAL NEONATAL-PERINATAL MEDICINE FELLOWSHIP CONFERENCE

R21 - Exploratory/Developmental Grants

Project Number Description
1R21HD076289-01A1 WANG, YUPING
LOUISIANA STATE UNIV HSC SHREVEPORT
MECHANISM OF CHYMASE ACTIVATION IN ENDOTHELIAL CELLS

U10 - Cooperative Clinical Research (Cooperative Agreements)

Project Number Description
2U10HD036801-16 THOM, ELIZABETH A
GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY
DATA COORD CTR-NICHD COOPERATIVE MULTICENTER MATERNAL MEDICINE UNITS RESEARCH NET
3U10HD063036-04S2 PARKER, CORETTE BREEDEN
RESEARCH TRIANGLE INSTITUTE
PRETERM BIRTH IN NULLIPAROUS WOMEN: AN UNDERSTUDIED POPULATION AT GREAT RISK
3U10HD078439-01S1 HIBBERD, PATRICIA L
MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL HOSPITAL
MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH BENEFITS FROM REDUCING HOUSEHOLD AIR POLLUTION
5U10HD063020-04 GROBMAN, WILLIAM ADAM
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY AT CHICAGO
PRETERM BIRTH IN NULLIPAROUS WOMEN: AN UNDERSTUDIED POPULATION AT GREAT RISK
5U10HD063037-04 HAAS, DAVID MICHAEL
INDIANA UNIV-PURDUE UNIV AT INDIANAPOLIS
DISSECTING THE GENETIC ETIOLOGY OF PRETERM BIRTH IN NULLIPAROUS WOMEN
5U10HD063041-04 SIMHAN, HYAGRIV N
MAGEE-WOMEN'S RES INST AND FOUNDATION
PRETERM BIRTH IN NULLIPAROUS WOMEN: AN UNDERSTUDIED POPULATION AT GREAT RISK
5U10HD063046-04 WING, DEBORAH A
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA-IRVINE
PRETERM BIRTH IN NULLIPAROUS WOMEN: AN UNDERSTUDIED POPULATION AT GREAT RISK
5U10HD063047-04 WAPNER, RONALD
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY HEALTH SCIENCES
PREVENTION OF PRETERM BIRTH IN HIGH RISK NULLIPAROUS PATIENTS
5U10HD063048-04 PARRY, SAMUEL I.
UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
PRETERM BIRTH IN NULLIPAROUS WOMEN: AN UNDERSTUDIED POPULATION AT GREAT RISK
5U10HD063053-04 SILVER, ROBERT M
UNIVERSITY OF UTAH
PRETERM BIRTH IN NULLIPAROUS WOMEN: AN UNDERSTUDIED POPULATION AT GREAT RISK
5U10HD063072-04 MERCER, BRIAN M.
CASE WESTERN RESERVE UNIVERSITY
ADVERSE OUTCOMES IN NULLIPAROUS PREGNANCIES: THE OHIO COLLABORATIVE
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Last Updated Date: 11/30/2012
Last Reviewed Date: 11/30/2012

Contact Information

Name: Tonse Raju
Medical Officer
Pregnancy and Perinatology Branch
Phone: 301-402-1872
Email: tr146h@nih.gov

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