Description

Currently, there is no clinical test to reliably predict or prevent pre-eclampsia. We provide evidence of a decidualization defect in the endometrium of women with severe pre-eclampsia that was detected at the time of delivery and persisted years after the affected pregnancy. Our mains objectives are focus in:

  • Dislucidate the molecular mechanisms that govern the origin of the maternal decidualization defect to develop therapies focused on improving this process and preventing preeclampsia.
  • Development of an early screening of preeclampsia with the aim of identifies pregnant women at risk to suffer this pathology.

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Research on Reproductive Medicine, focusing on genomics,
bioinformatics and the factors that affect human reproduction.

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