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Clinical Research is conducted at The University of Vermont Medical Center, including the General Clinical Research Center (GCRC), and includes original investigations initiated by faculty as well as participation in national Phase III trials. Techniques used include the following: Color Doppler ultrasonography, DEXA scans, abdominal CT scans, euglycemic clamps, activity surveys, laparoscopic ovarian diathermy.
Study Title: Pre-pregnancy Phenotype and Predisposition to Preeclampsia
|Purpose: The goal of this research is to examine the contribution of prepregnancy physiologic phenotype to the development of preeclampsia. In addition, we are looking to understand the influence of pregnancy-specific, physiologic adaptations to the pathophysiologic associations of preeclampsia in a group of women at risk for developing preeclampsia. Currently recruiting women who are planning to become pregnant within the next year.|
|Primary/Site/Co Investigator: Ira Bernstein, M.D.|
|Contact: Carole McBride|
Last modified August 08 2016 01:15 PM