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Hayley is a reproductive physiologist and her research is aimed at saving babies lives and reducing the long-term burdens (health, emotional and economic) of major perinatal conditions such as birth asphyxia and IUGR. Her recent work, in a model of birth asphyxia in the spiny mouse, has shown long-term, multi-organ protection of maternal dietary creatine supplementation for the offspring. She now leads a series of clinical studies aimed at unraveling the role of creatine in pregnancy.

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