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Our Vision
Our Vision
Our vision is to reduce the devastating impact of stillbirth for women, families and the wider community through improving care to reduce the number of stillborn babies and to reduce the impact of this loss.
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People + Partners
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Our Work
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Dr Miranda Davies-Tuck

NHMRC/Stillbirth CRE Postdoctoral Research Fellow; Perinatal Epidemiologist, Hudson Institute of Medical Research - Ritchie Centre

Dr Miranda Davies-Tuck is a perinatal epidemiologist based at the Ritchie Centre in Melbourne and at Safer Care Victoria. Miranda combines population-based and clinical epidemiological studies with basic science research to improve our understanding of and develop strategies to prevent stillbirth. She has a particular focus on addressing disparities in stillbirth rates seen in migrant and refugee women in Victoria, understanding drivers of preterm stillbirth, randomised controlled trials to improve maternal and perinatal outcomes and improving access and safety of homebirth. Miranda is currently the NHMRC CRE post-doctoral fellow.

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