The Human Placenta Project is a collaborative research effort, launched by the NICHD, to understand the role of the placenta in health and disease.
The placenta is the least understood human organ but arguably one of the most important. It influences not just the health of a woman and her fetus during pregnancy, but also the lifelong health of both.
The success of this effort will rely on a broad range of scientists and clinicians, including experts in placental biology as well as creative thinkers outside the field, in biotechnology, imaging, data science, and other arenas.
New funding opportunities: “Novel Tools to Assess Human Placental Structure and Function”—R01and R21
- A text alternative is available athttp://www.nichd.nih.gov/research/hpp/Pages/transcriptHPP.aspx.
- Infographic: The Placenta: A Vital Organ for Baby, Mom, and Science (2500 x 7500)
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