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Fetal Medicine CSG

Fetal Medicine CSG

This CSG is currently sponsored by the BMFMS

The RCOG Fetal Medicine CSG was established in 2009 to increase the amount of Fetal Medicine
research carried out in the UK. Although ~4% of all babies have some sort of fetal
abnormality only a small proportion of pregnancy research resources are dedicated to this 
area of medicine.

The aims of the of the Fetal Medicine CSG are:

  1. Discuss, appraise and triage new clinical research ideas
  2. Provide RCOG and BMFMS support to those ideas that identify a knowledge deficit and are achievable
  3. Improve fetal medicine collaboration nationally and increase participation in clinical research in this area

Dr Ed Johnstone has is chair of the fetal medicine CSG. The CSG does much of its work using teleconferencing. The next Fetal CSG meeting will be advertised shortly. Fetal Medicine CSG regional representative are as shown.

# Region Regional Rep. Trainee Rep.
1 North East and North Cumbria Professor Steve Robson  
2 North West Coast Dr Andy Sharpe Dr Kate Navaratnam
3 Yorkshire and Humber Dr Andy Breeze  
4 Greater Manchester Dr Ed Johnstone Dr Emma Ingram
5 East Midlands    
6 West Midlands Dr Katie Morris / Prof. Mark Kilby Dr HP Chong
7 West of England Dr Mark Denbow  
8 Thames Valley and South Midlands Dr Aris Papageorghiou and Ed Juszczak  
9 Eastern    
10 Kent, Surrey and Sussex    
11 Wessex    
12 South West Peninsula Dr Mark Denbow  
13 North Thames Prof. Anna David Dr Sara Hillman
14 South London Prof. Asma Khalil  
15 North West London Prof. Christoph Lees Dr Edward Mullins and Dr Caroline Shaw