My research uses population-level databases and registries to improve our understanding of maternal and infant health. I am interested in developing tools and generating knowledge that will help improve the care of women with higher risk pregnancies, including women with hypertension in pregnancy and pregnancies with fetal growth restriction.


Current Projects
Developing clinical prediction models for the identification of adverse maternal and neonatal outcomes

Current projects
Evaluating the impact of obstetrical health care policies on maternal and infant health

Current Projects
Improving the reference charts used to assess fetal growth and maternal weight gain in pregnancy

Honours & Awards

2018 Canadian Research Chair in Perinatal Population Health

2012 Canadian Institutes of Health Research New Investigator Award

2011 Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research Career Investigator Award

2009 Canadian Institutes of Health Research Post-doctoral Fellowship

2009 Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research - Provincial Health Services Authority Post-doctoral Fellowship

2009 CIHR-Institute of Human Development, Child, & Youth Health Rising Research Star Award

2006 Canadian Institutes of Health Research Doctoral Research Award

Research Group Members

Shiraz El Adam, Project Coordinator, National Data Platform
Hannah Foggin, Summer Student
Larry Li, Database Manager
Jessica Liauw, Maternal-Fetal Medicine Fellow
Peter Socha, Graduate student:Research Assistant