Women born preterm are known to be at higher risk of themselves giving birth preterm, but the role of family history on this risk factor is not understood. A… Read more »
Marcelo L. Urquia is a Research Scientist at the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy and Associate Professor at the Department of Community Health Sciences, University of Manitoba. He obtained a bachelor in anthropology at the University of Buenos Aires, a master in public health at the National University of Lanus, Argentina, and received a MSc and a PhD (2009) degree in epidemiology at the University of Toronto.Dr. Urquia is also affiliated with the Centre for Urban Health Solutions at St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto, the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences, and the Dalla Lana School of Public Health at the University of Toronto. He currently holds a Canada Research Chair in Applied Population Health.
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- How does family history affect the risk of preterm birth? - 31st May 2019