Child and Maternal Health. Objectives of CMH Program. The CMH program raises awareness of: CMH investigators within the CCTSI of ongoing CMH research; mechanisms for assistance to participate and succeed; pilot grant opportunities;
Director:William W. Hay, Jr. MD (Pediatrics/Neonatology/Perinatal Biology and Medicine/ Perinatal T32 and CHRCD K12)
Obstetrics research program: Vacant
Labor & Delivery research activities: Virginia Winn MDPhD (vacant as of June 2014)
Neonatology: John Kinsella MD
Research Advocate: Vacant
Research Nurse Manager, Perinatal CTRC: Vacant—search underway
Research Coordinator, Pregnancy Clinic: Chanel Mansfield (temporary)
now vacant, though covered in part by Regulatory and Compliance--Clinical Research Support Center)
A special person for special populations with unique needs.
Manages 26 protocols: 6 NICU, 16 L&D, & 4 Newborn Nursery
2013 EAC Review
To establish a research database that is linked to clinical data, ultrasound data, laboratory data, and biobank samples of women (and offspring) who initiate their prenatal care at the University of Colorado Hospital (UCH) and plan to deliver their babies at UCH.
Official Start of Data Collection
~Approximately 25,000 records currently in the database~
Maternal Risk Factors
Labor & Delivery
Complications of Pregnancy
Early Neonatal Events
Tracking study overlap at the clinic…
Department of ObGyn
Natinal Jewish Health
NIH Projects Supported by Baby Blanket
Colorado School of Public health
School of Medicine
Lynn Barbour MD, MSPH and Teri Hernandez PhD, RN
impact of maternal diet on offspring obesity
Anne Lynch MD, MSPH Complement Study;
Virginia Winn MD, PhD Placental Origins of Preeclampsia (POPE) Study
Pia Hauk, MD
Antenatal Dietary Supplementation is a Risk Factor for Infant AtopyThrough Epigenetics “Allergy Study”
JENNIFER ARMSTRONG-WELLS, MD MPH
NEONATAL NEUROLOGICAL OUTCOMES IN MOMS WHO HAVE PROM PPROM OR PREECLAMPSIA
DANA DABELEA, MD PHD
DEVELOPMENTAL PROGRAMMING (Maternal Obesity and Diabetes--impact on offspring obesity)
Anne Lynch will maintain a committee to review applications (all sources) for use of stored perinatal data and biosamples.
Approximately 25,000 records in the database
~20,000 longitudinal plasma samples and ~4,000 longitudinal DNA samples, all paired with data.
Charges to investigators for this service.
We will advertise this service through the CMH-CCTSI website.