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MGM Study

Maternal Gut Microbiome Study of Diet, the Gut Microbiome and Preterm Birth


While dietary guidelines about intake of specific nutrients in pregnant women are well-established, surprisingly little is known about dietary eating patterns or nutritional risk factors for spontaneous preterm birth. In this study, researchers will collect 3 dietary recalls, a stool sample, maternal blood in pregnancy and delivery, and delivery specimens to compare the gut microbiome of 400 women who deliver prematurely to women who deliver at term.

 

Principal Investigator:
Dr. Charlene Compher
Dr. Michal Elovitz

Funding Agency:
March of Dimes 

 

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