Finding new ways to predict and prevent preterm birth through transdisciplinary research

Since 2014, investigators at Washington University School of Medicine have maintained a focus on Prematurity Research finding novel ways to predict and prevent preterm birth. We have many exciting projects in the works we look forward to sharing! In the meantime, please see below for some of the amazing work of our investigators

Investigators & Helpful links

Sarah England’s Lab

Chronodisruption factor as a Risk for Preterm Birth

Yong Wang’s Lab

Noninvasive 3-D monitoring of uterine contractions

Center for Reproductive Health Sciences (CRepHS)

Prioritizing reproductive health in investigative and translational science

Women & Infants Health Specimen Consortium

Providing researchers unique access to pregnancy-related biospecimens and data collected over months and even years of care.

Department of OBGYN

Department page for clinical care, education and research