Jing Zheng

University of Wisconsin–MadisonUnited States of America

Dr. Zheng is a professor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He received his PhD in Reproductive Physiology. Over the last two decades, his research interests are in the cellular and molecular mechanisms governing endothelial functions. Dr. Zheng’s laboratory has been continuously funded by AHA, NIH, and private foundations, and he has served as a regular and ad hoc member of several NIH and AHA study sections. He has also been actively involved in training students and other young scientists.

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This book contains the total of 19 chapters, each of which is written by one or several experts in the corresponding field. The objective of this book is to provide a comprehensive and most updated overview of the human placenta, including current advances and future directions in the early detection, recognition, and management of placental abnormalities as well as the most common placental structure and functions, abnormalities, toxicology, infections, and pathologies. It also includes a highly controversial topic, therapeutic applications of the human placenta. A collection of articles presented by active investigators provides a clear update in the area of placental research for medical students, nurse practitioners, practicing clinicians, and biomedical researchers in the fields of obstetrics, pediatrics, family practice, genetics, and others who may be interested in human placentas.

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