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Arnold School of Public Health

Projects and Collaborations


Projects

  1. Renin angiotensin aldosterone system components and vascular function in women after an adverse pregnancy outcome (PI: Abbi Lane-Cordova)
    Aims of this project are to:
    1. Determine whether renin, aldosterone, and AT1-AA are associated with sensitive measures of vascular function and evidence of subclinical CVD in women after pregnancy.
    2. Determine the effects of a lifestyle intervention during pregnancy through 1 year postpartum on blood pressure trajectories in black and white women in the HIPP Study.

  2. USC ASPIRE Track I Award: Physical Activity, Sedentary Behavior, and Placental Health; Co-Investigators Janet Catov and Bethany Barone Gibbs (U Pitt and Magee-women's Research institute)
    Aims of this project are to:
    1. Determine whether objectively measured physical activity and sedentary behavior during pregnancy are associated with evidence of placental inflammation and malperfusion.
    2. Determine whether physical activity and sedentary behavior during pregnancy are associated with blood pressure 6 weeks after delivery.

Collaborations

  1. Vascular function in individuals with post-concussion syndrome (PI: Davis Moore)

  2. A Brief, Mindfulness-Based Add-on to Group Prenatal Care; Co-Investigators James Cook and Matthew Orr (USC School of Medicine)
    Aims of this project are to:
    1. Determine acceptability of a brief (5-10 min) mind-body intervention delivered at the end of group prenatal care visits.
    2. Determine preferences from among several types of pre- existing, evidence-based, mind-body interventions.

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