Data, Birth, Babies + Beyond

DMETRE is a research program based on a knowledge-to-action approach in which epidemiological methods are applied to produce maternal and perinatal evidence in relation to three main themes:

Developmental Trajectories of Chronic Diseases

To evaluate life course models of gestational and perinatal exposures/events and the development of chronic diseases in both mother and child

Maternal, Perinatal and Early-Childhood Health Inequalities

To evaluate the role of social determinants on maternal, perinatal and early childhood health

Synthesis of Maternal and Perinatal Research Evidence

To produce high-quality systematic reviews and meta-analyses of maternal and perinatal evidence

DATA, BIRTH, BABIES + BEYOND

We are located at Carruthers Hall at Queen's University, which is situated on the unceded territory of Katarokwi, also known by the colonized name of Kingston; traditional lands of the Anishinaabe and the Haudenosaunee peoples. To this day, it continues to be the home of the Anishinaabe and the Haudenosaunee peoples, as well as for a significant Métis community and First Peoples from other Nations across Turtle Island.

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