We support medical research to improve outcomes for fetal conditions.
Our 2018 grant award will not exceed $50,000. More information will be available in spring of 2018.
Brianna Marie Memorial Research Grant
The mission of the Brianna Marie Memorial Research Grant is to improve health outcomes for pregnancies and infants affected by various fetal syndromes, with particular interest to fetal lung syndromes such as fetal hydrops. By stimulating and supporting interdisciplinary research from within the maternal/fetal medicine field focused on fetal lung issues, the Research Grant will subsequently improve successful fetal development and the overall health of the newborn(s).
A portion of the Brianna Marie Memorial Grants was provided in honor of Izabel Grace Kaiser who became an angel on 11/28/2012. Izabel passed of fetal hydrops and is survived by her parents Julie and Jack Kaiser and her 5 brothers, Jaxon Coleman (15), Carson Coleman (13), Haydon Coleman (11), Greg Kaiser (21) and David Kaiser (19). Julie and Jack are also the proud foster parents of two little girls. Although Izabel is not with them here on earth she will live in their hearts forever. It is her family’s hope that more research can be done to better understand fetal hydrops and diseases associated with it to give more hope to families in the future.
The Fetal Health Foundation (FHF) has named Dr. Deprest of the Katholieke Universiteit of Leuven (Belgium) and the University College of London Institute for Women's Health the recipient of the 2016 Brianna Marie Memorial Research Grant. Now in its third year of...read more
PAST GRANT RECIPIENTS
The 2015 Brianna Marie grant was awarded to Dr. Jena Miller at the Johns Hopkins Center for Fetal Therapy. She's pictured above with the rest of the JHU research team: Ahmet Baschat, MD, Ethan Nyberg, graduate student, and Warren Grayson, PhD Imagine how difficult it...read more
The Fetal Health Foundation awarded the 2015 Nathanael and Gabriel Stowell Grant to Dr. Ahmed “Rony” Marwan at the University of Colorado to further his work in improving outcomes for babies diagnosed in utero with Spina Bifida. Spina Bifida occurs when an area of the...read more
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