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The Human Placenta Project: Placental Structure and Function in Real Time (Day 1)

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1 Thumbnail image Introductions - Alan Guttmacher and Cathy Spong 0:00:04
2 Thumbnail image Overview of Placental Formation and Structure - Graham Burton, University of Cambridge 0:31:36
3 Thumbnail image Maternal Placental Syndromes: Conditions Due to Placental Abnormalities - George Saade, University of Texas Medical Branch 1:18:23
4 Thumbnail image Current Methods for Assessing Placental Development and Function and Their Limitations - Yoel Sadovsky, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine 2:10:15
5 Thumbnail image Panel Discussion: Shared Pathophysiological Processes That May Be Assessed Using Knowledge and Technologies From Other Fields 2:50:07
6 Thumbnail image Panel Presentation: Applying Technologies To Study the Placenta in Real Time: Currently Utilized Imaging Technologies—How To Optimize or Further Their Use 3:58:55
   
Air date: Tuesday, May 27, 2014, 8:00:00 AM
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Views: Total views: 251, (0 Live, 251 On-demand)
Category: Conferences
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Description: The placenta is the least understood human organ and arguably one of the more important, not only for the health of a woman and her fetus during pregnancy but also for the lifelong health of both. To address this lack of knowledge, the NICHD believes a concerted effort, the Human Placenta Project, would make substantial inroads. Initial goals of the Human Placenta Project are to: Improve current methods, and develop new technologies, for real-time assessment of placental development. Apply these technologies to understand and monitor, in real time, placental development and function in normal and abnormal pregnancies. Develop and evaluate non-invasive markers for prediction of adverse pregnancy outcomes. Understand the contributions of placental development to long term health and disease. Develop interventions to prevent abnormal placental development, and hence improve pregnancy outcome.
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NLM Title: The Human Placenta Project : placental structure and function in real time / Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development.
Author: Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (U.S.),
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Abstract: (CIT): The placenta is the least understood human organ and arguably one of the more important, not only for the health of a woman and her fetus during pregnancy but also for the lifelong health of both. To address this lack of knowledge, the NICHD believes a concerted effort, the Human Placenta Project, would make substantial inroads. Initial goals of the Human Placenta Project are to: Improve current methods, and develop new technologies, for real-time assessment of placental development. Apply these technologies to understand and monitor, in real time, placental development and function in normal and abnormal pregnancies. Develop and evaluate non-invasive markers for prediction of adverse pregnancy outcomes. Understand the contributions of placental development to long term health and disease. Develop interventions to prevent abnormal placental development, and hence improve pregnancy outcome.
Subjects: Placenta Diseases
Placenta--anatomy & histology
Placenta--physiology
Publication Types: Congresses
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NLM ID: 101635872
CIT Live ID: 14256
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