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PROMISE - Perinatal Research Obstetric Maternal Infant Studies Empowers

Centre for Perinatal Medicine and Health (CPMH) at the University of Gothenburg - Promoting health for pregnant women and children

The objectiv

The overall goal of this centre is to improve health care for pregnant women and children leading to a reduced infant mortality and morbidity, improved long-term health, quality of life and participation in society. This will be achieved by multidisciplinary research - from molecular to societal level, by creating synergistic interactions between diverse groups both within and outside the University of Gothenburg and in close connection with strong international collaborations.
 

Gothenburg researchers receive multimillion amounts from the EU

Henrik Hagberg's research group, which also includes Carina Mallard and Syam Nair, is one of the groups receiving the large grants. The projects they will be involved in are about protecting the brains of children born extremely prematurely. In collaboration with 15 centers in Europe - mainly other universities but also SMEs - the project will investigate, among other things, the brain-protective effect of so-called mesenchymal stem cells, taken from umbilical cord blood, as treatment for the small babies.
Read more about this, but in swedish

Page Manager: Susanne Ljungman Westergren|Last update: 8/21/2019
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