U-M researchers make progress on extraordinary new artificial womb technology that could one day help extremely premature babies continue to develop outside the womb.
The number of women receiving immediate postpartum IUDs or implants has increased dramatically in recent years. But research shows access to such services is unequal.
In light of advancing fetal diagnostic capabilities, a team of U-M physicians is working to improve the decision-making process for families facing complex decisions about their unborn child’s care.
Specific messaging and resources are needed to promote healthy weight gain during pregnancy for young mothers, a new study suggests.
One U-M professor is leading a medical training transformation — making her dream of growing access to reproductive care in her home country a reality.
A U-M-designed Android app may help primary care providers in developing countries assess genetic risks of expectant mothers.