IFPA meeting 2015 workshop report

Mechanistic role of the placenta in fetal programming; biomarkers of placental function and complications of pregnancy; late onset fetal growth restriction surveillance and monitoring

P. H. Andraweera, G. Bobek, C. Bowen, G. J. Burton, P. Correa Frigerio, A. Chaparro, H. Dickinson, G. Duncombe, J. Hyett, S. E. Illanes, E. Johnstone, S. Kumar, Terry Morgan, J. Myers, R. Orefice, C. T. Roberts, C. M. Salafia, Kent Thornburg, C. L. Whitehead, S. A. Bainbridge

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Abstract

Workshops are an integral component of the annual International Federation of Placenta Association (IFPA) meeting, allowing for networking and focused discussion related to specialized topics on the placenta. At the 2015 IFPA meeting (Brisbane, Australia) twelve themed workshops were held, three of which are summarized in this report. These workshops focused on various aspects of placental function, particularly in cases of placenta-mediated disease. Collectively, these inter-connected workshops highlighted the role of the placenta in fetal programming, the use of various biomarkers to monitor placental function across pregnancy, and the clinical impact of novel diagnostic and surveillance modalities in instances of late onset fetal growth restriction (FGR).

Original languageEnglish (US)
JournalPlacenta
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StateAccepted/In press - Oct 14 2015

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Pregnancy Complications
Fetal Development
Placenta
Biomarkers
Education
Placenta Diseases
Pregnancy

Keywords

  • Biomarkers
  • Diagnostic tests
  • Fetal growth restriction
  • Fetal programming
  • Gestational diabetes
  • IFPA Workshop
  • Placenta
  • Placenta-mediated diseases
  • Placental shape
  • Predictive tests
  • Preeclampsia
  • Translational research

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Obstetrics and Gynecology
  • Reproductive Medicine
  • Developmental Biology

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IFPA meeting 2015 workshop report : Mechanistic role of the placenta in fetal programming; biomarkers of placental function and complications of pregnancy; late onset fetal growth restriction surveillance and monitoring. / Andraweera, P. H.; Bobek, G.; Bowen, C.; Burton, G. J.; Correa Frigerio, P.; Chaparro, A.; Dickinson, H.; Duncombe, G.; Hyett, J.; Illanes, S. E.; Johnstone, E.; Kumar, S.; Morgan, Terry; Myers, J.; Orefice, R.; Roberts, C. T.; Salafia, C. M.; Thornburg, Kent; Whitehead, C. L.; Bainbridge, S. A.

In: Placenta, 14.10.2015.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Andraweera, PH, Bobek, G, Bowen, C, Burton, GJ, Correa Frigerio, P, Chaparro, A, Dickinson, H, Duncombe, G, Hyett, J, Illanes, SE, Johnstone, E, Kumar, S, Morgan, T, Myers, J, Orefice, R, Roberts, CT, Salafia, CM, Thornburg, K, Whitehead, CL & Bainbridge, SA 2015, 'IFPA meeting 2015 workshop report: Mechanistic role of the placenta in fetal programming; biomarkers of placental function and complications of pregnancy; late onset fetal growth restriction surveillance and monitoring', Placenta. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.placenta.2015.12.012
Andraweera, P. H. ; Bobek, G. ; Bowen, C. ; Burton, G. J. ; Correa Frigerio, P. ; Chaparro, A. ; Dickinson, H. ; Duncombe, G. ; Hyett, J. ; Illanes, S. E. ; Johnstone, E. ; Kumar, S. ; Morgan, Terry ; Myers, J. ; Orefice, R. ; Roberts, C. T. ; Salafia, C. M. ; Thornburg, Kent ; Whitehead, C. L. ; Bainbridge, S. A. / IFPA meeting 2015 workshop report : Mechanistic role of the placenta in fetal programming; biomarkers of placental function and complications of pregnancy; late onset fetal growth restriction surveillance and monitoring. In: Placenta. 2015.
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