Health Outcomes and Clinical Epidemiology

Research Topic

Microbiota

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  • The Preterm Baby & Microbiota of the Intestine Study (Baby & Pre-Mi)

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    The Baby & Pre-Mi study will try to determine whether premature birth and subsequent exposures (i.e., oral feeding at an immature stage, controlled sterile environments, Caesarean section delivery, and intrapartum antibiotic use), may change how the microorganisms in the premature baby’s gut develop soon after their birth compared to full term babies. Lead investigator: Eileen Hutton (Co-PI), Katherine Morrison (Co-PI)
  • From infancy to childhood: the intersection of GastroIntestinal Microbial communities, Diet and Health (GI-MDH)

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    This international consortium brings together 4 cohorts across 3 countries with long term follow-up to investigate two dynamic changes in diet during infancy, the introduction of solid food and the cessation of breastmilk, on microbial communities and consequent health outcomes related to growth and allergic response. Lead investigator: Eileen Hutton
  • The Baby & Microbiota of the Intestine Project (Baby & Mi)

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    The Baby & Microbiota of the Intestine Project is a 3-year longitudinal cohort study aimed to explore the development of the infant gut microbiota and the impact of early life exposures such as feeding, antibiotic and growth. Lead investigator: Eileen Hutton (co-PI) and Katherine Morrison (co-PI)

Gestational Diabetes, Obesity, and Hypertension (DOH-Net) in Midwifery

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Safety of Home Birth

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Other Projects

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