University of Nottingham


Information Leaflet

This information leaflet is designed to explain the aims of the InterPregGen project and why it is important.


Information Leaflet (for Scientific Researchers)

This information leaflet is based on the version above, but contains more detailed information about the scientific methods employed in the project. 


Genetic studies of pre-eclampsia in Central Asian and European populations 

L. Morgan, H. Laivuori on behalf of the InterPregGen Consortium.

Poster presented at the  XVIII ISSHP World Congress (International Society for the Study of Hypertension in Pregnancy), 2012, Geneva, Switzerland.


InterPregGen Information released on Norwegian websites



Evaluation of GWAS chip-genotyping of fetal DNA extracted from umbilical cord tissue and WGA-DNA extracted from filter paper bloodspots

Sally Chappell, Wai Kwong Lee, Scott Shooter, Ralph McGinnis, Linda Morgan on behalf of the InterPregGen consortium.

Poster presented at the European Society of Human Genetics meeting, 2013, Paris, France.


Update on Genetics of Pre-eclampsia

Linda Morgan. Workshop presented to the ISSHP European Congress, 2013, Tromso, Norway.


Clinical features of pre-eclampsia in 2613 Central Asian women and babies recruited for genetic studies

G. Svyatova, N. Zakhidova, L. Morgan and J.J. Walker on behalf of the InterPregGen Consortium

Oral presentation for the 2014 ISSHP meeting in New Orleans, USA.

Also available via Pregnancy Hypertension (2015) 5(1):26-27


InterPregGen: genetic studies of pre-eclampsia in three continents

Linda Morgan, Ralph McGinnis, Valgedur Steinthorsdottir, Gulnara Svyatova, Nodira Zakhidova, Wai Kwong Lee, Ann-Charlotte Iversen, Per Magnus, James Walker, Juan Pablo Casas, Saidazim Sultanov, Hannele Laivuori, on behalf of the InterPregGen consortium.

Norsk Epidemiologi (2014) 24(1-2): p141-146. (Published under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License).


Text for NIPH website (May 2015)

This article was written by Tove Kolset for the NIPH website following the 4th collaborators meeting which was held in Oslo in April 2015.



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