Brian Kleiboeker

Graduate Trainee, University of Pittsburgh

2 active projects

Alexis Review: postpartum_hypertension

I am looking to better understand the etiology of chronic hypertension which develops in the first year postpartum in women who had hypertensive disorders of pregnancy and were normotensive before pregnancy. To do this, I am hoping to explore demographics,…

Scientific Questions Being Studied

I am looking to better understand the etiology of chronic hypertension which develops in the first year postpartum in women who had hypertensive disorders of pregnancy and were normotensive before pregnancy. To do this, I am hoping to explore demographics, survey data, vital sign data including blood pressure, and possibly genomic data in women who have given birth. The temporal aspect of this data is crucial, so I am hoping to explore what data is sufficiently present so that I may explore some of these factors in the first year postpartum. Currently, the pathogenesis of new onset hypertension which develops postpartum is poorly understood, and this study aims to develop that understanding further.

Project Purpose(s)

  • Disease Focused Research (pre-eclampsia)

Scientific Approaches

I am not sure which approaches I plan to use as this is currently explorative. Once I better understand the data I will make a new workspace detailing my scientific approaches.

Anticipated Findings

I am not sure the anticipated findings as this is currently explorative. Once I better understand the data I will make a new workspace detailing my scientific approaches.

Demographic Categories of Interest

This study will not center on underrepresented populations.

Data Set Used

Controlled Tier

Research Team

Owner:

postpartum_hypertension

I am looking to better understand the etiology of chronic hypertension which develops in the first year postpartum in women who had hypertensive disorders of pregnancy and were normotensive before pregnancy. To do this, I am hoping to explore demographics,…

Scientific Questions Being Studied

I am looking to better understand the etiology of chronic hypertension which develops in the first year postpartum in women who had hypertensive disorders of pregnancy and were normotensive before pregnancy. To do this, I am hoping to explore demographics, survey data, vital sign data including blood pressure, and possibly genomic data in women who have given birth. The temporal aspect of this data is crucial, so I am hoping to explore what data is sufficiently present so that I may explore some of these factors in the first year postpartum. Currently, the pathogenesis of new onset hypertension which develops postpartum is poorly understood, and this study aims to develop that understanding further.

Project Purpose(s)

  • Disease Focused Research (pre-eclampsia)

Scientific Approaches

I am not sure which approaches I plan to use as this is currently explorative. Once I better understand the data I will make a new workspace detailing my scientific approaches.

Anticipated Findings

I am not sure the anticipated findings as this is currently explorative. Once I better understand the data I will make a new workspace detailing my scientific approaches.

Demographic Categories of Interest

This study will not center on underrepresented populations.

Data Set Used

Controlled Tier

Research Team

Owner:

Collaborators:

  • Alexis Cenname - Graduate Trainee, University of Pittsburgh
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