Mirriam Alexandria Tyebally Fang graduated as a medical doctor from the National University of Singapore in 2010, and has practiced medicine in various public institutions in Singapore since. She obtained her MRCS from the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh, in 2013 , and taught anatomy to undergraduate medical students at the Lee Kong Chiang School of Medicine, NTU. Her interests in biomedical ethics stems from her care towards her patients and her hopes for her students. She has an interest in justice, human rights and reproductive health, and is presently looking at the ethical implications of non-invasive prenatal testing.
Mirriam Alexandria Tyebally Fang a obtenu son diplôme de docteur en médecine à l'Université nationale de Singapour en 2010, et depuis a pratiqué la médecine dans diverses institutions publiques à Singapour. Elle a obtenu son MRCS du Royal College of Surgeons, Edimbourg, en 2013, et a enseigné l'anatomie à des étudiants en médecine de premier cycle à la Lee Kong Chiang School of Medicine, NTU. Son intérêt pour l'éthique biomédicale découle des soins qu'elle prodigue à ses patients et de ses espoirs pour ses étudiants. Elle s'intéresse à la justice, aux droits de la personne et à la santé de reproduction, et étudie actuellement les implications éthiques du dépistage prénatal non invasif.
Pregnancy Experiences across Switzerland
Pregnancy – it can be joyous, exciting, nerve-wrecking, heart-breaking, and everything in between. Our pregnancy module would like to capture the varied experiences of parents across Switzerland, providing a resource for other parents who may be going through similar experiences, and for medical professionals to understand what their patients face outside the medical office.
If you have a story you would like to share, please do get in touch with us. Our research team is currently looking for mothers who have recently given birth and who have done non-invasive prenatal testing (you may know this as the Praena test, Harmony test, or Panorama test). We are also looking to understand the experience of mothers who have children with chronic illnesses and genetic syndromes, as well as that of mothers who have made the decision to terminate their pregnancies because of genetic conditions diagnosed in their child.
Please know that you can choose to be as private about your story (using it anonymously for research) or as public about your story (i.e. sharing it on our website) as is comfortable for you.
We are grateful to the selfless contributions of all our participants.
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