Our laboratory focuses on the basic mechanisms of function, control, and signaling at the maternal-fetal interface during pregnancy in health and disease using the horse and mouse as model species.
Investigations employ functional genomics to identify key misregulated events of pregnancy that contribute to adverse outcomes, such as fetal growth restriction, preeclampsia, and maternal/fetal death.
The ultimate goal of our research is to develop interventions that ensure pregnancy success and survival of mother and baby.
Congrats to Olivia Geels and her award winning research poster!
1st place Phi Zeta Research Emphasis Day, DVM clinical reseach