Director of the Tommy's National Centre for Miscarriage Research
Institute of Metabolism and Systems Research
Professor of Gynaecology
Professor Arri Coomarasamy is the Director of Tommy’s National Centre for Miscarriage Research, with specialist teams in Birmingham, Coventry and London, putting patient priorities at the heart of efforts to tackle the widespread and devastating condition of early pregnancy loss.
Arri is one of our Birmingham Heroes - challenging the misconceptions of miscarriage and finding answers at a time when nothing makes sense.
Finding out why miscarriage happens
||Investigates cell free fetal DNA in the context of miscarriage.
||Supports a variety of our studies in the field of reproductive biology.
||Brings expertise in molecular biology, cell biology and genetics.
||Supports our portfolio of genetic studies.
|Jackson Kirkman Brown
||Leads our work on the male causes of miscarriage.
||Brings particular expertise in microarrays and cytogenetics.
Finding out if miscarriage will happen again
Finding out how to prevent miscarriage happening again
Finding out how to bear miscarriage