For a list of publications published by members of our team click on their name below.
Fernando Barros, MD, PhD
Maneesh Batra, MD, MPH
Zulfiqar Bhutta, MBBS, FRCP, FRCPCH, FCPS, PhD
Michael Gravett, MD
Thomas N.Hansen, MD
Maureen Kelley, PhD
Joy Lawn, BMedSci, MB BS, MRCP (Paeds), MPH
Eve Lackritz, MD
Craig E. Rubens, MD, PhD
Cynthia Stanton, PhD, MPH
Cesar G. Victora, MD, PhD
PubMed Abstracts for Related Topics
For lists of publication abstracts on PubMed for related topics click on the search term below. Keyword searches are those used in Article 3 of the Global Report on Preterm Birth and Stillbirth.
• Perinatal Mortality
• Fetal Death
• Preterm Birth
• Low Birth Weight and Low Birthweight
Lancet Ending Preventable Stillbirths Series (2016)
GAPPS served on the Advisory Council for this series addressing the epidemic of stillbirths, which has been recognized as an essential part of the post-2015 sustainable development agenda.
Prevention of preterm birth: Harnessing science to address the global epidemic
This state-of-the-art review, authored by four GAPPS team members, was published in the November 2014 issue of Science Translational Medicine.
A solution pathway for preterm birth: accelerating a priority research agenda
This comment published in Lancet Global Health issues a call-to-action to advance a comprehensive research agenda to address the global burden of preterm birth.
Born Too Soon: The Global Action Report on Preterm Birth
GAPPS Executive Director Dr. Craig Rubens and Senior Program Officer Dr. Eve Lackrtiz contributed to this report highlighting the first-ever national, regional, and global estimates of preterm birth.
Download the report (pdf, 5.9 MB).
American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology
In the February 2012 issue of AJOG, GAPPS Scientific Director Dr. Michael Gravett contributed to a series of articles on classifying and defining the preterm birth syndrome:
The preterm birth syndrome: a prototype phenotypic classification
Challenges in defining and classifying the preterm birth syndrome
The preterm birth syndrome: issues to consider in creating a classification system
The Lancet Series (2011)
Authored by an international team, The Lancet series was orchestrated under the leadership of a GAPPS collaborative investigator, Dr. Joy Lawn, Saving Newborn Lives/Save the Children, Cape Town, South Africa; and Dr. Vicki Flenady, Mater Medical Research Institute and University of Queensland, Australia.
To read the articles, follow the links below:
The Lancet Series Paper 1: Stillbirths: Why They Matter
The Lancet Series Paper 2: Stillbirths: Where, When, Why?
The Lancet Series Paper 3, Stillbirths: What Can We Do at What Cost?
The Lancet Series Paper 4, Stillbirths: How Can Health Systems Deliver?
The Lancet Series Paper 5, Stillbirths: High-Income Countries
The Lancet Series Paper 6, Stillbirths: The Vision for 2020
• Institute of Medicine’s Initial National Priorities for Comparative Effectiveness Research