International Centre for Birth Defects and Prematurity (ICBD)
1989 Bergen Norway
1989, Bergen (Norway), as International Centre for Birth Defects (ICBD). Previously also referred to as Alessandra Lisi International Centre on Birth Defects and Prematurity – Centro Internazionale Difetti Congeniti e Prematurità. Acts as Coordinating Centre of F-XF2103 - International Clearinghouse for Birth Defects Surveillance and Research (ICBDSR). No activities reported since 2012.
Act in the field of maternal and child health promotion, especially for prevention of birth defects, prematurity, and adverse reproductive outcomes; promote and coordinate epidemiologic research in public health; assist the Clearinghouse in bringing together birth defect programmes from around the world so as to conduct worldwide surveillance and research to prevent birth defects and ameliorate their consequences.
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