PRaMM Research spans from the research laboratory to the entire population. In essence our research is like a bridge that makes new discoveries and uses them to improve the health and wellbeing for mothers and their babies.
PRaMM Laboratory Scientists are discovering how the placenta forms, and what goes wrong in pre-eclampsia and growth restriction.
PRaMM Population Health Researchers utilise population health data to improve maternal and infant health. This creates evidence for improved practice through clinical studies and systematic reviews, health service delivery and policy and planning; and getting research into policy and practice.
PRaMM Clinical Research involves pregnant women and their doctors/midwives working together in finding ways to ensure the best possible health outcomes for mother and baby.