Maria Dolores Gómez Roig

Maria Dolores Gómez Roig

Jefe de Grupo Senior

Dr. Gómez is Head of the Obstetrics and Gynecology Service at the Hospital Sant Joan de Déu Barcelona, ​​and coordinator of the General Obstetrics BCNatal (Center for Maternofetal and Neonatal Medicine of Barcelona, ​​Hospital Sant Joan de Déu-Hospital Clínic) (2013- current).

She is the Coordinator of the Maternal-Fetal Medicine Section of the Catalan Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology (SCOG) (2018-current).

Internationally, she is currently one of the members of the 'Reproductive Developmental & Environmental Health Committee' of the International Federation of Gynaecologists and Obstetrics (FIGO), after previously participating in the 'Work Group on Reproductive and Environmental Health' (FIGO, 2015 - 2018).

She is an associate professor of the subject of obstetrics and gynaecology at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Barcelona (UB) (2014-current), as well as Coordinator of the item (2018-current).

She has been an associate professor in the midwifery speciality, UB (2011-2012) and is a current professor at the Institute for Health Studies. Health Department. Government of Catalonia (IES) in this speciality (2013-current).

She has been a Tutor of Internal Resident Doctors (MIR) (2003-2013).

Dr. Gómez Roig directs national and international training courses in Fetal R&D and at the Darwin Simulation Center of the San Juan de Dios Hospital.

Currently, she is part of the Scientific and Teaching Committee of an International Master in Maternal-Fetal Medicine at the UB (2018-current).

The researcher has directed doctoral theses and several final masters and residency projects. She has also led an international thesis of the Erasmus Mundus Joint Doctorate Program in Fetal Medicine (FetalMed-PhD) and has a current one registered.

In research, the researcher is responsible for the line 'Effects of environment where fetal growth' at Fetal I + D, Fetal Medicine Foundation, Barcelona. She is the leading researcher (IP) of the Environment and complications in pregnancy group at the Institut de Recerca Sant Joan de Déu. His research career focuses on the fetal environment-environment, placental pathology and fetal growth restriction. Public funds finance this line in projects where Dr Is the IP: funds from the Carlos III Health Institute (ISCIII) (PI11 / 02590, PI04 / 1637, EC10-147), grants from the Fundació Sant Joan de Déu (BR201402), and International projects (HEI- HealthEffects Institute (RFA 17-1) and ERC advanced grant (AIR-NB). Dr Gómez is the IP of the group of Hospital San Juan de Dios Barcelona to the Maternal and Child Health Network and development (SAMID Network) financed by ISCIII (RD08 / 0072) as Thematic Networks for Cooperative Research (RETICS) (RD16 / 0022/0014: 2017 to 2021).

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Project name:
Impacto de un programa de intervención prenatal estructurado, de disminución de consumo de alcohol, en los resultados perinatales y de neurodesarrollo.
Leader
Maria Dolores Gómez Roig
Funding entities:
Instituto de Salud Carlos III (ISCIII)
Code
PI20/00490
Starting - finishing date:
2021 - 2023
Project name:
ATHLETE_Advancing Tools for Human Early Lifecourse Exposome research and Translation
Leader
Maria Dolores Gómez Roig
Funding entities:
European Commission
Code
874583
Starting - finishing date:
2020 - 2024
Project name:
Respuesta de seguimiento de frecuencia (RSD) como biomarcador de desarrollo neurocognitivo en recién nacidos con exposición prenatal al alcohol.
Leader
Maria Dolores Gómez Roig
Funding entities:
Hospital Sant Joan de Déu - Esplugues HSJD
Code
BR201902
Starting - finishing date:
2020 - 2023
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News

  • Can a newborn’s brain discriminate speech sounds?

    A study by the Institut de Recerca Sant Joan de Déu shows newborns do not fully distinguish different vocal sounds. Researchers created a new methodology to record the neural encoding for these sounds, published in the Nature's open-access journal Scientific Reports.

  • Sant Joan de Déu begins four lines of research for the study of COVID-19

    Researchers from the Sant Joan de Déu Research Institute and the Sant Joan de Déu Barcelona Children's Hospital are starting four projects to study COVID19 from a microbiological and clinical perspective with regard to inflammatory and maternal-foetal response. To do so, they need to recruit 500 families with children in which at least one adult has tested positive.

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