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Research to heal fetal membranes receives funding from Great Ormond Street and Sparks Charity.

Dr Tina Chowdhury has been awarded a project grant by GOSH and Sparks charity (£148, 862). The project will develop a novel therapy to heal fetal membrane defects in the womb with Anna David (fetal medicine professor, UCL), Alvaro Mata (nanotechnology professor, SEMS), Jan Deprest (fetal surgeon/professor, Leuven), Dan Bader (biomechanics professor, Southampton) and David Becker (wound healing professor, Singapore).

The project will support David Barrett (currently RoseTrees Trust/IoB PhD student) as a Post-Doctoral Research Assistant for the next three years.

For more details about the project, please visit Tina's blog:
http://tinachowdhury.com/new-therapy-to-heal-the-amniotic-me...

News date: 27 March 2017

Updated by: David Lockwood

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