SMFM's 41st Annual Pregnancy Meeting

Working together for the global advancement of safe and healthy pregnancies

January 25 - 30, 2021

President's Workshop on Preeclampsia (Co-sponsored by SMFM & The Preeclampsia Foundation) (Day 1)

Jan. 25, 2021 4 - 7pm

This year’s President’s Workshop, co-sponsored by the Preeclampsia Foundation, will bring together clinicians and researchers to discuss research gaps and innovative opportunities for research on the prediction, prevention, and management of preeclampsia.

Workshop Goals and Objectives
·         To present innovative opportunities for research on predicting, preventing, and managing preeclampsia
·         To identify research gaps for the prediction, prevention, and management of preeclampsia
·         To review challenges and alternatives associated with various strategies for prediction, prevention, and management of preeclampsia
·         To discuss needs and opportunities for research and education on the long-term impacts of preeclampsia

Preliminary Agenda
Monday, January 25, 2021: 4:00-7:00pm ET

4-4:10pm Welcome & housekeeping

Pre-recorded Presentations 

4:10-4:25pm Disparities in preeclampsia rates and outcomes – US and global epidemiology (Dr. Charlotte Warren)
4:25-4:35pm Utility of biomarkers for risk stratification – UK approach (Dr. Ahmet Baschat)
4:35-4:45pm Fellow research presentation 
4:45-4:55pm Impacts of preeclampsia on long-term mental health and quality of life (Dr. Jennifer Stuart)
4:55-5:05pm Preeclampsia and future populations (Dr. Brian Bateman)
5:05-5:15pm Q&A 
5:15-5:25pm Patient stories videos 
5:25-5:30pm Transition to interest groups

Live Presentations – Interest group tracks
Clinical track 
5:30-6:00pm “Gray zone” preeclampsia – Case scenarios with live polling (Dr. Arthur Vaught)
6:00-6:15pm Preeclampsia and future cardiovascular health – background (Dr. Janet Catov)
6:15-6:30pm Preeclampsia and future cardiovascular health – novel strategies and interdisciplinary approaches (Dr. Ellen Seely)
6:30-6:45pm Q&A 
Research track 
5:30-5:45pm “Preeclampsia in 2030” - AI/machine learning and what’s next (Dr. Brian Cox)
5:45-6:00pm Preeclampsia risk assessment models, including novel approaches for assessing placental function during pregnancy 
6:00-6:15pm Translational research and use of models in preeclampsia research (Dr. Joey Granger)
6:15-6:30pm “Multi-omics” – genomics, proteomics, metabolomics (Dr. Katie Gray)
6:30-6:45pm Q&A 

6:45-7:00pm Day 1 Wrap-up
This workshop will take place over two days. The first session is Monday, January 25 from 4 pm to 7pm pm eastern. The second session is Tuesday, January 26 from 11 am to 5:30 pm eastern. Please make sure to register for both sessions.

Price: $0.00