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With your help, we can bring critical health data to medical professionals and raise the standard of pregnancy care.
When you join one of our studies, you will be asked to:
- Fill out short, easy surveys at no risk to you or your baby
- Complete surveys online at your convenience
- Tell us about any side effects you had after taking a medication or vaccine
- Upload medical records from you and your baby
The Pregistry International Pregnancy Exposure Registry (PIPER) is a study of pregnant people to understand the safety profile of medications and vaccines when used during pregnancy. Online surveys are used to collect information about pregnant mothers and their babies up to 12 months after birth. If you are pregnant now and 18 years of age or older, sign up for this study.
The COVID-19 Vaccines International Pregnancy Exposure Registry (C-VIPER) focuses on the safety of COVID-19 vaccines during pregnancy. If you are 18 years of age or older, currently pregnant, and have had a COVID-19 vaccine during this pregnancy or right before this pregnancy, you qualify for this study.
With more than 360 participants and counting, the COVID-19 International Drug Pregnancy Registry (COVID-PR) focuses on monoclonal antibodies and antivirals used to treat COVID-19 during pregnancy. If you are age 18 years of age or over, currently pregnant or recently pregnant, and were treated for COVID-19 during pregnancy in a healthcare facility or doctor’s office, you may qualify for this study.
International Registry of Coronavirus
Exposure in Pregnancy (IRCEP)
The IRCEP studied pregnant and recently pregnant people who were or may have been infected with SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. Read our scholarly articles about this study here.
Pharmaceutical partners: Johnson & Johnson and Regeneron
Academic partner: Department of Epidemiology, Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health.
Mental Health and Wellbeing of Pregnant and Recently Pregnant People During the COVID-19 Pandemic
We studied an international sample of 6894 pregnant people from 64 countries to learn about how the COVID-19 pandemic impacted their mental health and wellbeing. Read our scholarly articles about this study here.
Academic partner: Department of Psychiatry, Massachusetts General Hospital
Vaccine Hesitancy Among Pregnant Women and Mothers of School-Aged Children
We asked 17871 study participants from 16 countries if they would get a COVID-19 vaccine for themselves while pregnant or for their children. Read our scholarly articles about this study here.
Academic partner: Department of Global Health and Population, Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health