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USAID Advancing Nutrition HEmoglobin MEasurement (HEME) Laboratory Validation Study REQUEST FOR APPLICATION (RFA)  Link

February 12, 2021:

USAID Advancing Nutrition HEmoglobin MEasurement (HEME) Laboratory Validation Study REQUEST FOR APPLICATION (RFA)

RFA No.: USAID-AN-32-2021

Issuance Date: February 5, 2021

Closing Date for Questions: February 15, 2021, 17:00

Responses Date to Questions: February 19, 2021

Due Date: March 15, 2021, 17:00 EST

Funding: 50K for 6 month (April-September 2021)

 

Published: MNH Registry Supplement Pt 2 Link

December 17, 2020:

We are excited to announce that "Maternal, Fetal and Newborn Health: Research reports from the Global Network for Women's and Children's Health Maternal Newborn Health Registry - Part 2" been released. Read More »

 

Published: MNH Registry Supplement  Link

December 02, 2020:

We are very happy to share that MNH Registry Supplement (Part 1) has officially published in BMC Reproductive Health!

 The journal has provisionally scheduled publication December 11th for the remaining manuscripts in Part 2. Read More »

 

Virtual workshop on “Validation of Animal Models and Tools for Biomedical Research”.  Link

November 03, 2020:

The Office of Research Infrastructure Programs (ORIP) invites you to register and attend a virtual workshop on “Validation of Animal Models and Tools for Biomedical Research”. The workshop is organized by ORIP in collaboration with the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI), the National Institute on Aging (NIA), the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK), the National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS), and the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS), and will be held as a series of sessions from November 17, 2020 to January 19, 2021.

 

Media Advisory: NIH-supported study to track prevalence and impact of SARS-CoV-2 among pregnant women in low- and middle-income countries Link

September 08, 2020:

Please read about this media advidory.

 

Recent Publications

Growth from Birth Through Six Months for Infants of Mothers in the "Women First" Preconception Maternal Nutrition Trial.

Krebs NF, Hambidge KM, Westcott JL, Garcés AL, Figueroa L, Tsefu AK, Lokangaka AL, Goudar SS, Dhaded SM, Saleem S, Ali SA, Bose CL, Derman RJ, Goldenberg RL, Thorsten VR, Sridhar A, Chowdhury D, Das A, Women First Preconception Maternal Nutrition Study Group. Growth from Birth Through Six Months for Infants of Mothers in the "Women First" Preconception Maternal Nutrition Trial. J Pediatr. 2021 Feb; 229(): . PubMed: 32956698 Protocols: Women First View

Preconceptional Lipid-Based Nutrient Supplementation in 2 Low-Resource Countries Results in Distinctly Different IGF-1/mTOR Placental Responses.

Castillo-Castrejon M, Yang IV, Davidson EJ, Borengasser SJ, Jambal P, Westcott J, Kemp JF, Garces A, Ali SA, Saleem S, Goldenberg RL, Figueroa L, Hambidge KM, Krebs NF, Powell TL. Preconceptional Lipid-Based Nutrient Supplementation in 2 Low-Resource Countries Results in Distinctly Different IGF-1/mTOR Placental Responses. J Nutr. 2020 Dec; (): . PubMed: 33382407 View

Why are the Pakistani maternal, fetal and newborn outcomes so poor compared to other low and middle-income countries?

Aziz A, Saleem S, Nolen TL, Pradhan NA, McClure EM, Jessani S, Garces AL, Hibberd PL, Moore JL, Goudar SS, Dhaded SM, Esamai F, Tenge C, Patel AB, Chomba E, Mwenechanya M, Bose CL, Liechty EA, Krebs NF, Derman RJ, Carlo WA, Tshefu A, Koso-Thomas M, Siddiqi S, Goldenberg RL. Why are the Pakistani maternal, fetal and newborn outcomes so poor compared to other low and middle-income countries? Reprod Health. 2020 Dec; 17(Suppl 3): 190. PubMed: 33334329 PubMed Central: PMC7745345 Protocols: Maternal Newborn Health Registry View

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