Volume 3, Issue 1 (April 2013) Pre-eclampsia
Pre-eclampsia and eclampsia: global challenges in low resource settings complete with proposed interventions in rural Haiti Article 1
Rachel M. Bender and Ginny L. Ryan
The effects of preeclampsia on signaling to hematopoietic progenitor cells Article 3
Donna A. Santillan, Wendy S. Hamilton, Ashley Christensen, Katelyn M. Talcott, Lindsay K. Gravatt, Mark K. Santillan, and Stephen K. Hunter
Topics of Interest
University of Iowa Dept. of Obstetrics and Gynecology partners with Preeclampsia Foundation Article 4
Mark K. Santillan
Board Member Spotlight
Kimberly K. Leslie, MD, The University of Iowa
Mark K. Santillan, , MD, Clinical Research Director for the Maternal Fetal Tissue Bank and Assistant Professor, Division of Maternal-Fetal Medicine, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, The University of Iowa
Susan Schwartz-Rogers, MLS, The University of Iowa
Scientific Associate Editor
Kristina W. Thiel, PhD, The University of Iowa
Welcome to the volume 3, issue 1 of Proceedings in Obstetrics and Gynecology. This issue is focused on pre-eclampsia, a significant health concern in the maternal fetal medicine arena.
Our journal is peer-reviewed, and we invite your interest and future submissions. Our eventual goal is to become indexed in Medline, so your support in submitting the most interesting clinical studies, reviews and basic research manuscripts is particularly valuable as we move forward. We see one of the main goals of our journal to be providing a forum for the publishing of case reports.
On behalf of the Editorial Board and Susan Schwartz-Rogers, Managing Editor, we hope you enjoy our current issue.
Mark Santillan, Guest Editor