Spanning across three key areas – fertility, pregnancy and birth complications, gynaecological cancers and wellbeing issues – here is some of the work we are currently investing in.
Wellbeing of Women has invested £239,325 in Dr Samar Elorbany’s project to explore new ways of treating a chemotherapy-resistant strain of ovarian cancerRead more
Wellbeing of Women has awarded Research Midwife Jayne Wagstaff £20,000 to boost training for midwivesRead more
Research midwife Sam Nightingale has been awarded £17,687 to help improve women’s experience of induced labourRead more
Dr Emily Cornish has been awarded £18,847 to investigate new treatments for a little known, but tragic, pregnancy complicationRead more
Wellbeing of Women and Little Heartbeats have awarded Professor Zarko Alfirevic £23,536 to study a rare but devastating conditionRead more
Wellbeing of Women has provided £19,470 to Dr Garth Funston to find new early-stage tests for ovarian cancerRead more