Our six research areas have as their main objective identifying methods of diagnosis and treatments for diseases of prenatal origin that have an impact on childhood and on adult life.
We characterize the cardiovascular changes that occur in adverse prenatal circumstances to develop therapies that improve prognosis in adult life stages
We evaluate the prenatal brain development in order to identify babies with greater risk of suffering neurological alterations.
Improving the diagnosis of patients at real risk of preterm birth allows the optimization of perinatal treatments and results
We want to predict intraamniotic infection or inflammation in women at risk of preterm birth using rapid and non-invasive diagnostic tools
We want to develop new intrauterine therapies and treatments that overcome the limitations in fetal surgeries that have existed until now
We assess how certain environmental factors have an effect throughout pregnancy to predict complications such as growth restriction.
We improve the diagnosis and management of growth-restricted pregnancies to avoid possible neurodevelopmental alterations.
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