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Aris Papageorghiou

Aris  Papageorghiou

BIOGRAPHY

I divide my time between being a BRC Senior Fellow in Fetal Medicine at the Nuffield Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, and Consultant in Fetal Medicine and Obstetrics at St George's Healthcare NHS Trust in London. I obtained my medical degree at the University of Sheffield. I undertook my MD thesis at the University of London, on the prediction of pre-eclampsia using uterine artery Doppler. During this time I was a Research Fellow at the Harris Birthright Research Centre for Fetal Medicine. Following this I completed my specialisation in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, and undertook subspecialist training in Maternal and Fetal Medicine while a lecturer at St George's, University of London. My  clinical and research interests include obstetric ultrasound, normal and abnormal fetal growth, pre-eclampsia and fetal diagnosis and treatment.

Aris Papageorghiou

MBChB, MRCOG

Director of Clinical Research (OMPHI) & Associate Professor

latest paper

"Maternal gestational vitamin D supplementation and off spring bone health (MAVIDOS): a multicentre, double-blind, randomised placebo-controlled trial".

(The Lancet, 1st March 2016) 

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Research interests include:

  • Ultrasound in the assessment of early human growth.
  • Normal and abnormal fetal growth in single and multiple pregnancies.
  • Fetal growth restriction — screening and management.
  • Pre-eclampsia.
  • Pathology of abnormal placentation.
  • Multiple pregnancy management and therapy.
  • Fetal cardiovascular changes during labour.
  • Management strategies in massive postpartum haemorrhage.

Research methods include:

  • Population based studies
  • Cohort studies
  • Case control studies
  • Systematic reviews

Sources of Funding

  • BRC
  • Gates Foundation
  • EPSRC
  • Wellcome Trust
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