Meet Our Clinical Outcomes Research Team

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Our clinical research team is involved in a number of prospective and retrospective studies of disorders that occur during fetal development. The clinical research team includes:

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While the bench research pursued by our Center for Fetal Research is critical for innovation, we also rely on clinical outcomes information from our Center for Birth Defects Outcomes to inform how/what we research, how we counsel and care for patients, and how we adapt our care models to improve care going forward.

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