Conquering Diseases

Uterus Sampling Study For Women Having Cesarean Births

Description

This study is collecting tissue and information from pregnant women who are having cesarean births to gain a better understanding of how the uterus functions.

Overview

The uterus is the muscular organ that surrounds a baby during pregnancy and contracts during labor. In this study, a small piece of tissue from the uterus is collected from pregnant women. This tissue is easily accessible in women having cesarean deliveries. The goal of this research is to study tissue from the uterus to help develop treatments to prevent contractions in premature births.

What we're hoping for

We hope that our research will help us develop better ways in the future to prevent pre-term labor.

Additional Information

ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: Not Available

 Principal Investigator

Ronghua  Zhuge, BS, MS, PhD

University of Massachusetts Medical School

 Study Contact

Sharon  Cormier

508-334-6164

sharon.cormier@umassmemorial.org

 Location

UMMHC Memorial Campus

281 Lincoln St. 

Worcester,MA 01605

508-334-1000