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October 2015

Does 2D-Histologic identification of villous types of human placentas at birth enable sensitive and reliable interpretation of 3D structure?

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September 2015

Katie Skeffington, a PhD student with Dino Giussani, won best abstract by an in-training person at the 42nd International Meeting of The Fetal and Neonatal Physiological Society held in Vancouver, Canada, August 9 - 13, 2015.

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August 2015

CTR Members and Researchers at The Babraham Institute, Paulina Latos and Myriam Hemberger (et al) have recently had a paper published in Nature Communications: Fgf and Esrrb integrate epigenetic and transcriptional networks that regulate self-renewal of trophoblast stem cells.

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June 2015

Lecturer in Reproductive Biology and former NGF, Erica Watson, was recently awarded a Lister Research Prize.

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May 2015

CTR Principal Investigator Francesco Colucci met with great success when he and his team attended NK2015, the 15th Meeting of the Society for Natural Immunity in early May.

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April 2015

Special congratulations are in order for Ulla Sovio and Gordon Smith (et al) who have had their first paper from the Pregnancy Outcome Prediction study (POPs) accepted by The Lancet.

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March 2015

Congratulations again, this time for CTR member Niu Youguo, whose poster, entitled as ‘Effects of Prenatal Hypoxia on Programmed Cardiac and Mitochondrial Function over Ageing’, has been selected for a Best New Investigator Poster Award at the 62nd Annual Scientific Meeting of Society for Reproductive Investigation at San Francisco, March 25-28, 2015.

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February 2015

Francesco Colucci & Jens Kieckbusch have just published their latest journal article (click on title for details): Maternal uterine natural killer cells nurture fetal growth: in medio stat virtus.

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January 2015

Congratulations again, this time for former Next Generation Fellow Miguel Branco, who was named Abcam Scientist of the Month. Do read his interview here!

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November 2015

CTR Members and Babraham Institute Researchers Paulina Latos and Myriam Hemberger have recently had a paper published in Genes & Development.

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Maternal obesity and diabetes in pregnancy result in early overgrowth of the baby in the womb.

"Given the risk of complications for both mother and child from gestational diabetes, our findings suggest that screening women earlier on in pregnancy may help improve the short and long term outcomes for these women" Dr Ulla Sovio, Cambridge University

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RCOG award for Professor Giussani

Congratulations to Professor Dino A. Giussani, MA, PhD, ScD, who has been awarded a Fellowship ad eundem from The Royal College of Obstetrics & Gynaecology (RCOG)

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Former Graduate Student Mary Cleaton's paper is now published in Nature Genetics

This research showed that a protein (known as DLK1) circulating in the mother’s blood during pregnancy is produced by the foetus and its levels may provide a readout of foetal wellbeing.

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