An insider's view of a medical trial

09 February 2017
Jane Harding at work
Liggins Institute Professor Jane Harding says trials involving pregnant women and babies need public funding.

On Summer Newsroom, pregnant writer Eloise Gibson shares her experience of joining the international NiPPeR study, which is seeking to crack lifelong obesity programming thought to begin even before conception. The study's New Zealand arm is being conducted by researchers at the Liggins Institute, and Institute researchers reflect on how vital human clinical trials are for advancing healthcare for pregnant women and babies.

Read My brief life as a medical guinea pig by Eloise Gibson.