Ellice Lieberman MD, DrPH, Director
Professor, Harvard Medical School
The mission of the Center for Clinical and Epidemiologic Research is to perform high quality, innovative research that will increase our understanding of women’s reproductive health outcomes. Optimizing care and outcome for women and their infants during pregnancy and labor is a major goal. The Division also provides training and mentoring in clinical epidemiologic research to residents, fellows and other health care professionals.
The Center is involved in research projects covering a broad spectrum of important issues in obstetrics and reproductive health. These include the effects of labor management on maternal and neonatal infection outcome and preterm birth and predictors of outcome in in-vitro fertilization.
In keeping with our teaching mission, faculty who work in collaboration with the Center serve as research mentors for residents, fellows, medical students and public health students.
We plan to continue advancing our research and training agenda.
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