Dr. Conrad’s New PPG


In his Program Project Grant, Dr. Conrad has brought together UF faculty from a variety of departments and colleges, including members of the Division of Nephrology faculty, with collaborators from Stanford University, to study the role of early hormonal changes in pregnancy on pregnancy physiology and outcome. This project will collect data from patients undergoing in vitro fertilization (IVF), a form of “assisted reproductive technology” (or ART). Thus, the title of the project: “Corpus Luteal Contribution to Maternal Pregnancy Physiology and Outcomes in ART.” If fully funded, UF will receive a total of $7.7 million over the next five years to support this research.

For more information on this grant, please visit Research Studies & Clinical Trials.