HiPPP EMR-C International

About

Welcome to the Health in Preconception, Pregnancy, and Postpartum Early- and Mid- Career Researcher Collective International (HiPPP EMR-C International), which we are excited to formally launch in 2022! Our mission is to optimise health in preconception, pregnancy and postpartum for all.

HiPPP EMR-C International unites collectives worldwide that are specifically for postgraduate students, postdoctoral researchers, clinicians and policy makers who are up to 15 years post-highest degree (excluding disruptions). Our purpose is improving the health of women and their partners before, during and after pregnancy (postpartum).

HiPPP EMR-C International includes three collectives to date and hosts an annual conference. For more information see the links below.

If you are interested in starting a collective in your region or country that is eligible for HiPPP EMR-C membership, or already lead one, please contact hippp.emrc@gmail.com to find out more information about joining HiPPP EMR-C International. Support and mentoring is available for starting and sustaining new collectives.

HiPPP EMR-C International establishment is supported by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) funded Centre of Research Excellence in Health in Preconception and Pregnancy (CRE HiPP) EMRC Small Grant Scheme (2021 to 2022).

HiPPP EMR-C INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE: 18 October 2022

Theme: Multidisciplinary approaches to HiPPP Research for Maternal Health: across the globe.
This will be a hybrid conference with options to attend either in-person (in Melbourne) or online. REGISTER HERE.
Abstract submissions are now open: SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT HERE by 5pm AEST Monday 20 June 2022.
For questions, please contact the HiPPP EMR-C conference organisers at conference.hippp.emrc@gmail.com
Conference webpage coming soon!

To stay up-to-date with news from HiPPP EMR-C International, follow us on Twitter @HiPPP_EMR_C

HiPPP EMR-C International Executive Committee

Dr Briony Hill

Deputy Head of Health and Social Care Unit, Monash University

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Dr Vanessa Shrewsbury

The University of Newcastle and Hunter Medical Research Institute

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Dr Danielle Schoenaker

School of Primary Care, Population Sciences and Medical Education, University of Southampton

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Dr Jenna Hollis

School of Medicine and Public Health, The University of Newcastle

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Dr Heidi Bergmeier

Health and Social Care Unit, Monash University

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Professor Helen Skouteris

Head of Health and Social Care Unit, Monash University

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Professor Shakila Thangaratinam

Institute of Metabolism and Systems Research, University of Birmingham

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Professor Leanne Redman

Pennington Biomedical Research Center, Louisiana State University

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Maryam Kebbe, PhD

Pennington Biomedical Research Center, Louisiana State University

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Joshua Sparks, PhD, MS

Pennington Biomedical Research Center, Louisiana State University

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Emily Flanagan, PhD, MS

Pennington Biomedical Research Center, Louisiana State University

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