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Early maternal-fetal interactions

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One of the most fascinating topics in science at the moment, Dr Roser Vento-Tormo presents an exciting story about early maternal-fetal interactions.

After working in the lab of the well known Dr Sarah Teichmann, Roser now leads her own group speficially looking at reconstructing the early maternal-fetal interface in humans. Roser will also look into the interesting area regarding the immune interactions present especially in first trimester pregnancy.

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