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Anne Lynch, MD, MSPH 

Assistant Professor 

Research Interests:
  • Perinatal Epidemiology
  • Pregnancy Outcomes
Current Research Projects:
  • National Institute of Child Health and Development: Complement Activation and Pregnancy Loss (9/06 - 8/10, Principal Investigator): The primary aim of this study is to determine whether elevated levels of split products generated by the alternative or classical pathway of complement activation are associated with pregnancy loss.
  • National Institute of Child Health and Development: Effects of Aspirin in Gestation and Reproduction (EAGeR) Trial(1/09 - 12/11, Principal Investigator Denver Site)
  • National Institute of Child Health and Development: National Children's Study (9/08 - 9/13, Co-Investigator): The aim of the study is to recruit 250 pregnant women per year for 4 years at each site.  The women will be recruited from the community and monitored closely throughout pregnancy by a team of investigators.  The children will be followed for 21 years.  During pregnancy and after birth, information will be collected on many exposures and outcomes
  • University College Dublin, Ireland, Medical School, MB, BCh, BAO, 1979
  • National University of Ireland, Diploma in Child Health, 1980
  • Royal College of Physicians, Ireland, Diploma in Obstetrics, 1983
  • University of Colorado Denver, MSPH, 1998

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