Pregnancy is a beautiful example of immunological regulation where several changes occur in the immune system of the mother that allow her to tolerate the fetus (semi-allogenic graft) and viceversa. Our research is focused on the study of immunobiological pathways in pregnancy and pregnancy-related pathologies, with an emphasis on preterm labor.
- COVID-19 may cause fetal inflammation even in absence of placental infection
- SARS-CoV-2 may cause fetal inflammation even in the absence of placental infection
- New Wayne-led study shows immune system cells could help stave off preterm labor for pregnant women at risk of delivering early
- First-year medical student Meyer Gershater invited to present at Keystone eSymposia Oct. 28
- Congratulations to Kenichiro and Meyer!