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As individuals and couples who have experienced recurrent pregnancy loss, we have the ability to help doctors and scientists understand early pregnancy and causes of miscarriage. By choosing to participate in research we can help change the future of care.
Goal: The RPL Community Registry aims to support RPL research by:
What's Involved: Answering health surveys online
Location: You can join the RPL Community Registry from any location, US and International. However, currently all surveys are in English.
Eligibility: The RPL Community Registry is open to any individual, 18 years of age or older, who self reports having experienced two or more pregnancy losses/miscarriages.
Primary Investigator: Recurrent Pregnancy Loss Association
Contact: Please email email@example.com if you have questions.
ClinicalTriales.gov is a resource that provides information on publicly and privately supported clinical studies. The site is maintained by the National Library of Medicine (NLM) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
Disclaimer: Studies listed here are an effort to share information. Recurrent Pregnancy Loss Association makes no guarantee about the safety or scientific validity of any opportunity list. RPLA is not involved in these research efforts and does not benefit in any way from your participation or lack thereof. If you have specific questions or concerns, please reach out to the respective study coordinators.
Goal: The goal of The HOPE Project (Harness multiple Opportunities for Pregnancy loss Exploration) is to find explanations of pregnancy loss and learn how we can predict future pregnancy outcomes.
What's Involved: The HOPE Project includes multiple studies, what's involved will vary.
Location: You can join the HOPE registry from any location, but some of the studies require travel to Stanford, University of California at San Francisco (UCSF), or Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU)
Eligibility: The first step is enrolling in the HOPE registry. After that you will be able to learn more about specific studies that you are eligible for.
Primary Investigator: Ruth Lathi, MD
Contact: Project email, firstname.lastname@example.org
Goal: The goal of the GPRPL Study (Genomic Predictors of Recurrent Pregnancy Loss) is to find new genetic causes for recurrent pregnancy loss.
What's Involved: A blood sample from you and your partner, a tissue sample from your lost pregnancy, access to your medical records, and a potential clinical evaluation.
Location: The primary research team is at Yale, participants are being recruited from multiple sites across the US, please reach out to the research contact below to determine eligibility.
Eligibility: Couples who are having (or have recently had) their second+ pregnancy loss before 20 weeks' gestation.
Primary Investigator: Yong-Hui Jiang, MD
Contact: Dr. Winifred Mak, email@example.com
Goal: Identification of genetic causes of RPL
What's Involved: Genetic evaluation of miscarriage tissue
Location: University of Pittsburgh
Primary Investigator: Svetlana Yatsenko, MD
Contact: Jessica Settino, firstname.lastname@example.org or 412-641-7457
Goal: To understand how pregnancy loss affects couples' sexuality and relationships.
What's Involved: Completion of an online survey