Spanning across three key areas – fertility, pregnancy and birth complications, gynaecological cancers and wellbeing issues – here is some of the work we are currently investing in.
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Wellbeing of Women has invested £249,991 in Dr Varsha Jain's investigation into abnormal uterine bleedingRead more
Wellbeing of Women has invested £26,257 in Dr Roseanne Rosario’s project which looks to better understand Fragile X-associated premature ovarian insufficiency.Read more
Wellbeing of Women researcher Dr Shuby Puthussery has been awarded £98,896 to make sure BAME and socioeconomically disadvantaged mothers and their babies aren't left behindRead more
Wellbeing of Women has invested £19,984 in Miss Anna Marsh’s project which will look into how women and midwives use social media to communicate and access informationRead more
Wellbeing of Women has awarded Professor Dharani K. Hapangama £197,039 to develop a new non-invasive, quick test for this life-threatening conditionRead more
Wellbeing of Women has invested £72,448 in Professor Krina Zondervan’s search for a connection between the conditionsRead more
Wellbeing of Women has invested £199,267 in Professor Molly Stevens and Richard Smith’s project to treat a condition that causes infertility and pregnancy lossRead more
Wellbeing of Women has invested £239,325 in Dr Samar Elorbany’s project to explore new ways of treating a chemotherapy-resistant strain of ovarian cancerRead more
Wellbeing of Women has awarded Research Midwife Jayne Wagstaff £20,000 to boost training for midwivesRead more
Research midwife Sam Nightingale has been awarded £17,687 to help improve women’s experience of induced labourRead more
Dr Emily Cornish has been awarded £18,847 to investigate new treatments for a little known, but tragic, pregnancy complicationRead more
Wellbeing of Women and Little Heartbeats have awarded Professor Zarko Alfirevic £23,536 to study a rare but devastating conditionRead more
Wellbeing of Women has provided £19,470 to Dr Garth Funston to find new early-stage tests for ovarian cancerRead more