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Feb 01, 2019
In Utero Insights
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:
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.
Healthcare professionals are invited to sign up for In Utero Insider, an email newsletter from the Center for Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment. Stay up to date on our clinical services, research, educational opportunities and more.
Center for Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment, Fetal Anomalies
Know what questions to ask when considering fetal surgery so you can make an informed decision that is right for you and your baby.
From the moment of referral through delivery and postnatal care, your family can expect a supportive experience when you come to us with a diagnosis of a birth defect.
CHOP continues to lead translational and clinical outcomes research into prenatal and postnatal interventions to treat CDH.
In a recent study, machine learning techniques were highly accurate in predicting the need for postnatal CSF diversion.
Our Psychosocial Support Team offers a wide array of counseling and supportive services to help parents and families cope.