Thank you to all of our speakers, participants and generous sponsors for a successful CNPRM 2018! Stay tuned for details on CNPRM 2019.


CNPRM 2018 Award Winners

Best Poster Presentation 

CIHR-IHDCYH Award Winners

Chioma Odozor – 'Menadione increases endogenous carbon monoxide production in pregnant mice'

Shelby Oke – 'Postnatal catch-up growth in low protein IUGR offspring leads to increased expression of hepatic microRNA-140: mechanism of premature senescence?'

CNPRM Award Winners

Bethany Radford – 'Postnatal catch-up growth in low protein IUGR offspring leads to increased expression of hepatic microRNA-140: mechanism of premature senescence?'

Janet Poplawski – 'Perinatal shipment stress permanently pograms brain metabolism and leads to increased anxiety-like behaviour in mice'

Deliwe Ngwezi – 'Exploring the Effect of Developmental Toxicants Exposure and Socio-Economic Status on Congenital Heart Disease in Urban and Rural Alberta'

Jenna Treisman –  'Effects of oxygen tension on first trimester invasive trophoblast biology using placental explant models'

Logan Barr – 'Examining the Microvasculature Following a Pregnancy Complicated by Preeclampsia'

 

Best Oral Presentation 

CIHR-IHDCYH Award Winners

Daniela Urrego – 'Cyclooygenase inhibitors for treating preterm labour? A review of the scientific evidence'

Sebastian Srugo  – 'The impact of maternal malnutrition on gut barrier defence.  Implication for pregnancy health and fetal development?'


CNPRM Award Winners

Hui Jue Zhang – 'The outcomes of prenatally diagnosed hemoglobin Barts disease with or without intra-uterine tranfusion in Ontario Canada'

Erin Hetherington – 'Social support and maternal mental health at 4 months and 1 year postpartum: analysis from the All Our Families cohort'

Rebecca Menzies – 'Risk of preterm bith in a singleton pregnancy following prior preterm twin birth: a cohort study'

Stephanie Kereliuk  'Gestational diabietes alters mitochondrial bioenergetics in early-life and impairs cardiac function in the rat offspring'

Scally Chu  – 'Impact of publicly-funded non-invasive prenatal testing on the utilization of invasive diagnostic testing in Britsh Columbia


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