We are incredibly proud that some of our very own Borne-funded scientists are playing a key role in this advancement of knowledge – particularly in relation to the relationships between COVID-19 and pregnancy. Here, we share with you some reassuring and informative resources from Borne-funded reproductive immunologist, Dr. Viki Male.
The two medical research charities have teamed up to fund research projects to prevent premature birth and improve the lives of mothers and their babies.
Borne Ambassadors Dean and Sarah Mumm are fundraising for a scientific collaboration between Borne and HMRI in Australia.
After losing a baby at 17 weeks, Charlotte had little hope she would ever become a mother. In this blog, she talks about joining Borne’s research study when pregnant with her daughter.
Inspired by Jason Fox and her own experience with prematurity, 19-year-old Frances is raising money for Borne by hiking 84 miles to Hadrian’s Wall.
Nicola shares the harrowing journey of giving birth prematurely to daughter Edie at only 23 weeks and one day, and what she has learned from it.
Performances on the night included artists from the Royal Ballet, English National Ballet, BalletBoyz, Sir Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures and Strictly Come Dancing.
Borne Ambassador and actor Alistair Petrie braved the cold water after fans raised over $1,000 for Borne’s research into premature birth.
Be inspired by Lois and Freya who trained all summer in preparation for their first triathlon – all in support of Borne’s research into premature birth.
Borne Patron, Will Greenwood MBE is no stranger to extreme challenges. Having previously climbed Mount Kilimanjaro for the charity, he’s now taking on the North Pole, despite hating the cold!