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Maternal Medicine Clinical Study Group

This page provides information about the Maternal Medicine (including Hypertensive Disease) Clinical Study Group (CSG).

Sponsors: MacDonald UK Obstetric Medicine Society (MOMS) and British Maternal and Fetal Medicine Society (BMFMS)

Chair: Professor Laura Magee

Secretary: Dr Lucy Chappell

Aims

The Maternal Medicine CSG develops clinical and basic science research studies to improve pregnancy outcome in women with medical conditions such as diabetes, renal disease and hypertensive disease (including pre-eclampsia). Our multidisciplinary executive group helps researchers to optimise study design prior to submission for research funding and encourages collaboration between research teams. We also welcome suggestions for research priorities which may be relayed to funders.

Research proposals

Please contact us if you have a study you would like to discuss or which requires ratification from the CSG by a funding body, or if you have a suggestion for a research priority for funders. Please summarise your proposal on the project proforma and submit it well in advance of any submission for funding.

To propose a study for consideration by the Maternal Medicine CSG, please complete the project proforma and email it to Professor Laura Magee Laura.A.Magee@kcl.ac.uk

Contact

For specific enquiries, and if you would like to become a member of the Maternal Medicine CSG, please email it to Professor Laura Magee Laura.A.Magee@kcl.ac.uk

Further information

For more information, please visit the Maternal Medicine CSG website.

For information about other CSGs, please visit the Clinical Study Groups page.

If you are a member of the Maternal Medicine CSG, you can view the clinical study research recommendation database by signing in to the website and then going to the research recommendation page.

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