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Professor Neil Sebire

Professor Sebire is a clinical academic Paediatric and Perinatal Pathologist at a specialist London Paediatric Hospital, and as Lead for the NIHR BRC Diagnostics and Imaging Theme, is responsible for delivering translational research projects across radiology and laboratory medicine in one of the leading units of patient-focused research in this field. He has held numerous Regional and National strategic and

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Dr Birgitte Kahrs

Dr Birgitte Kahrs obtained her medical degree at the Rijksuniveritet in Groningen, the Netherlands and is a consultant in obstetrics and gynaecology.  Birgitte is currently working at the National Center for Fetal Medicine in Trondheim, Norway, focussing on invasive fetal medicine, in addition to her PhD in the field of intrapartum ultrasound.

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Dr Jasmine Tay

Jasmine Tay is currently subspecialist trainee in maternal- fetal medicine at Queen Charlotte’s Hospital, Imperial College NHS trust. She was previously clinical research fellow working on the PRECEPT Study under the supervision of Mr Christoph Lees; collaborating closely with Professor Ian Wilkinson and Dr Carmel Mceneiry at the University of Cambridge. The study examined maternal haemodynamic changes and arterial function

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Dr Tessa Homfray

Dr Tessa Homfray is a senior consultant in Medical Genetics of over 20 years. She trained in Genetics at S George’s Hospital following attaining a Diploma in Genetics at Great Ormond Street. Hospital. Her particular interests are in the prenatal diagnosis of genetic disorders as well in the aetiology of inherited cardiac disease. She Continues to work at St George’s

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Professor Siobhan Quenby

Professor Siobhan Quenby is a Professor of Obstetrics/Honorary Consultant at University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire/University of Warwick. She is director of the locally funded Biomedical Research Unit in Reproductive Health and TOMMY’S@UHCW part of the National Center for Miscarriage Research. Siobhan is clinically active as part of the obstetric team.  She runs recurrent miscarriage, implantation and preterm prevention clinics dedicated

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Dr David Stokes

Dr David Stokes has been the Chief Executive of CLAPA since May 2016. His responsibilities include setting the overall strategy and direction of the charity, managing the overall operations and resources of CLAPA, and acting as the main point of communication between the board of trustees and the CLAPA staff. In addition, David has responsibility for much of the collaboration

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