At the heart of the Born Strong Initiative is a team of visionary scientists and researchers who share a deep commitment to transforming maternal and infant health on a global scale. Our team is driven by a common purpose: to empower mothers and fortify the immune resilience of newborns. Together, we believe in the boundless potential of science to rewrite the narrative of maternal-fetal-newborn health.
Professor, Microbiology & Immunology; Pediatric Infectious Diseases
Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS Canada
Professor Of Infectious Diseases
Monash Health and University or Melbourne, Australia
Professor Of Experimental Feto-MaternaI Medicine
Medical Faculty of the University of Hamburg, Germany
Head of Immunology and Breast Feeding
Telethon Kids Institute, Australia
Director - Institute for Medical Immunology
Université Libre de Bruxelles. Belgium
Director - Center for Inflammation and Tolerance & Professor of
Paediatric Infectious Disease
Cincinnati Children Hospital. USA
Canada Research Chair, Professor of Medicine. Director SA Rotman
Laboratories, Science Director - Tropical Disease unit
University of Toronto and Toronto Genera/ Hospital, Canada
Professor of Molecular Microbiology and Immunology
John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, USA
University ot Southern Denmark and the Bandim Health Project
Guinea assau Africa
National Institutes of Health, USA
Associate Professor of Research and Vice Chair of Research Data
Science, Department of Pediatrics
Stanford University. USA
Professor of Paediatrics
Asian Institute ofPublic Health. India and Georgetown University
Medical Centre. USA
Associate Professor of Paediatric Infectious Diseases and Immunology
School Of Med'cine, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile
Immunology: Our scientists are pioneers in the field of maternal-fetal immunology, unraveling the mysteries of how a mother's immune system impacts her baby's health.
Systems Biology: We leverage cutting-edge systems biology techniques to decode complex biological networks, providing invaluable insights for our research projects.
Artificial Intelligence: Our data scientists harness the power of AI to analyze vast datasets, identifying patterns and connections that drive innovation.
At the Born Strong Initiative, our research areas encompass a rich tapestry of maternal and infant health exploration. With a diverse and passionate team of scientists, we delve deep into the intricate web of maternal-fetal-newborn immunity, seeking to unlock its secrets. Our research spans a wide spectrum, from understanding the molecular interactions that fortify a mother's immune system during pregnancy to deciphering the genetic and environmental factors that influence an infant's immune resilience. We explore cutting-edge topics such as systems biology, artificial intelligence, and data analytics to gain insights that drive progress in our mission. Additionally, our investigations extend to the societal and global health implications of maternal and infant health, aiming to bridge gaps, reduce disparities, and shape policies that benefit communities worldwide. Through our collective efforts, we are not merely exploring research areas; we are paving the way for groundbreaking discoveries that have the potential to redefine the very foundation of maternal and infant health
At the Born Strong Initiative, community engagement is at the heart of our mission. We firmly believe that meaningful change in maternal and infant health can only be achieved through collaboration, dialogue, and active involvement with the scientific and local communities. We are committed to fostering connections with fellow researchers, institutions, healthcare providers, and the broader community. Through educational programs, workshops, and outreach efforts, we empower individuals with knowledge about maternal and infant health, demystifying complex scientific concepts, and promoting informed decision-making. Our engagement extends to partnerships with local organizations, sharing resources, expertise, and support to address maternal and infant health disparities at the grassroots level. We actively listen to the needs and concerns of communities, understanding that their insights are invaluable in shaping our research and initiatives. By forging these meaningful connections, we aim to create a collaborative ecosystem where collective efforts lead to tangible improvements in the health and well-being of mothers and infants worldwide.
We explore a wide range of research areas, including maternal-fetal immunity, systems biology, data analytics, and global health. Our goal is to uncover the connections between a mother's immune system and her baby's health.
You can join our community by filling out the application form (Click on Join the Movement in the Homepage). We welcome researchers, enthusiasts, and collaborators who share our passion for maternal and infant health.
We offer a range of resources, including data management support, collaborative frameworks, and opportunities to present your research through webinars, articles, and podcasts.
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We prioritize data privacy and adhere to strict ethical guidelines in all our research projects. Our data handling and research practices comply with international standards and regulations.
Yes, we actively seek collaborations to further our mission. If you're interested in partnering with us, please reach out to our team at firstname.lastname@example.org
We've made significant strides in advancing research and raising awareness. Our team has published groundbreaking research, organized global symposiums, and fostered collaborations to drive change in the field