The European Placenta Group is an association of European researchers and clinicians brought together by their shared interests in understanding physiological as well as pathophysiological mechanisms involved in placenta formation and function in mammalian species. Being part of the umbrella organization “International Federation of Placental Associations” (IFPA) we represent the European angle in the broad field of placenta research.
Early career researcher prizes!
1st Prize: Bianca Dietrich, Unit, Medical University of Vienna, Austria NOTCH3 IS A KEY REGULATOR OF HUMAN TROPHOBLAST SELF-RENEWAL AND DIFFERENTIATION
2nd Prize : Davis Laundon, University of Southampton, UK MULTISCALE CORRELATIVE IMAGING OF HORSE AND ZEBRA PLACENTAL VILLI
3rd Prize: Signe Hansen, University of Copenhagen, Denmark THE PLACENTA HAS AN ACTIVE ROLE IN MAINTAINING FETAL HOMEOSTASIS FOLLOWING MATERNAL IMMUNE ACTIVATION
And thanks to Michèle Dahirel, Emilie Derisoud and Morgane Robles and also Katia Tarassenko and the BREED administration team for their help !
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