MD, Specialist Obsterics and Gynecology, PhD
Co-investigator for PROVE, Principal investigator for GO-PROVE, Co-investigator for IMPACT
Lina is a researcher and clinician, focusing on preeclampsia and organ complications as well as prediction of disease. She is working at Gothenburg University but also affiliated to Uppsala University and Stellenbosch University.
MD, Subspecialist Maternal-Fetal Medicine, Associate Professor
Principal investigator for PROVE, Principal investigator for PI trials
Catherine is a researcher and clinician, working as a maternal-fetal medicine specialist in Cape Town and leading clinical trials for preeclampsia research at Tygerberg Hospital, Stellenbosch University. She is also affiliated researcher at Mercy Perinatal, Melbourne.
MD, Specialist Obstetrics and Gynecology, Professor
Prinicpal investigator for IMPACT, principal investigator for UPMOST, epidemiologist
Anna-Karin is a professor at Uppsala University. She works mainly with preeclampsia research in the fields of epidemiology and observational clinical studies.
MD, PhD, senior consultant Ob/Gyn Falun Hospital, Sweden
Epidemiological studies of preeclampsia and labour, affiliated researcher at Uppsala University
Susanne’s research focuses on epidemiological studies of adverse pregnancy outcomes in the Swedish national and quality registers.
BiomedSc, BSc (Hons), M Epi, PhD, researcher at Mercy Perinatal and affiliated researcher at Uppsala University
Laboratory based studies and epidemiological studies, Principal investigator for ICE and co-investigator for PROVE
Roxanne is a research scientist dual skilled in complex laboratory and epidemiology research. Roxanne’s research aims to combine these streams to undertake translational research that reduces the burden of major pregnancy complications, including preeclampsia. Roxanne works at the University of Melbourne and Mercy Perinatal and holds an affiliated research position with Uppsala University.
Carlos Escudero Orozco
MD, PhD (Biomedical Sciences), Full-professor Universidad del Bio Bio
In vitro studies of the vasculature in preeclampsia with material from PROVE, GO PROVE and UPMOST focusing on brain endothelial cells
Carlos Escudero is a vascular physiologist. His current area of interest is to understand the potential negative consequences of preeclampsia in the brain vascular formation and the integrity of the blood-brain barrier in mother and babies exposed to preeclampsia.
MD, Specialist Obstetrics and Gynecology, Associate Professor
Co-investigator for GoProve
Verena works as clinician at Sahlgrenska University Hospital and researcher at Gothenburg University.
MD, professor in neuroradiology
Co-investigator for GO PROVE
Isabella is a professor in Neuroradiology at Sahlgrenska Academy and in charge for the MR protocol in GO PROVE/UPMOST together with Johan Wikström.