Perinatal Research and Maternal Medicine (PRaMM) Researchers are dedicated to improving the health of mothers and their babies.
Whilst every expectant parent looks forward to celebrating the birth of a healthy baby, unfortunately for a large number of families, this does not occur.
PRaMM Researchers are committed to helping all families have healthy and happy pregnancy through clinical, laboratory and population-based research.
PRaMM aims to:
• improve the health of pregnant women and their babies
• discover new ways identifying babies at risk of problems during pregnancy and after birth
• find solutions to miscarriage, premature birth and stillbirth
• identify effective treatments for pre-eclampsia
• gather data on pregnancy outcomes to better inform clinical practice
• evaluate the best way to deliver maternity care
• determine the optimal way to care for newborn babies
PRaMM researchers are recognised nationally and internationally as leaders in medical research and hold many highly competitive grants. However to maintain our vision to ensure the best possible outcome for mothers and their babies we are dependent on additional funding. If you would like to share in making our vision a reality...