Mirvie is conducting ongoing clinical research to validate existing peer-reviewed evidence, enhance the platform's performance, and improve the understanding of other pregnancy complications.
RNA Profiles reveal patterens of circadian rythm in Pregnancy
Cell-free RNA captures daily biological rhythm in pregnancy
Presented by Morten Rasmussen, PhD, at the Society for Maternal Fetal Medicine Conference, February, 2023
Decentralized clinical trials: A flexible and efficient adjunct to accelerate pregnancy complication research
Mobile-friendly virtual recruitment accelerates pregnancy health research.
Presented by Alison Cowan, MD, MSCR, at the American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology Conference, May, 2023
Main Street, USA Enrollment: Community hospital recruitment strategies for diverse and equitable selection of pregnant participants in a prospective cohort study
Patients at community hospitals can and should be included in clinical research for better representation.
Presented by Elizabeth Sutton, PhD, Woman's Hospital, at the American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology Conference, May, 2023
Cell-free RNA detection of “placental” and immunologic differentially-expressed genes in healthy pregnant vs. non-pregnant individuals
Cell-free RNA offers a comprehensive way to track physiological changes in pregnancy, but use caution with gene annotations.
Presented by Morten Rasmussen, PhD, at the Society for Maternal Fetal Medicine Conference, February, 2024