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2017Causes of stillbirth in a socioeconomically disadvantaged urban Australian population - a comprehensive analysisWijs, L.; de Graaff, E.; Leemaqz, S.; Dekker, G.
2013The association of maternal ACE A11860G with small for gestational age babies is modulated by the environment and by fetal sex: a multicentre prospective case–control studyZhou, A.; Dekker, G.; Lumbers, E.; Leemaqz, S.; Thompson, S.; Heinemann, G.; McCowan, L.; Roberts, C.
2019Association between vitamin D status and hyperinsulinismMcCormack, C.; Leemaqz, S.; Furness, D.; Dekker, G.; Roberts, C.
2013Tiered prediction system for preeclampsia: an integrative application of multiple modelsLeemaqz, S.; Dekker, G.; Roberts, C.; International Congress on Modelling and Simulation (20th : 2013 : Adelaide, South Australia)
2012Risk factors for failed induction in nulliparous womenFrederiks, F.; Leemaqz, S.; Dekker, G.
2019Anti-Müllerian hormone levels in recurrent embryonic miscarriage patients are frequently abnormal, and may affect pregnancy outcomesMcCormack, C.; Leemaqz, S.; Furness, D.L.; Dekker, G.; Roberts, C.
2018Pre-pregnancy fast food and fruit intake is associated with time to pregnancyGrieger, J.; Grzeskowiak, L.; Bianco-Miotto, T.; Jankovic-Karasoulos, T.; Moran, L.; Wilson, R.; Leemaqz, S.; Poston, L.; Mccowan, L.; Kenny, L.; Myers, J.; Walker, J.; Norman, R.; Dekker, G.; Roberts, C.
2012Risk factors for preterm birth in an international prospective cohort of nulliparous womenDekker, G.; Leemaqz, S.; North, R.; McCowan, L.; Simpson, N.; Roberts, C.
2018Vitamin D levels in an Australian and New Zealand cohort and the association with pregnancy outcomeWilson, R.; Leviton, A.; Leemaqz, S.; Anderson, P.; Grieger, J.; Grzeskowiak, L.; Verburg, P.; McCowan, L.; Dekker, G.; Bianco-Miotto, T.; Roberts, C.
2015Insulin family polymorphisms in pregnancies complicated by small for gestational age infantsAndraweera, P.; Gatford, K.; Dekker, G.; Leemaqz, S.; Russell, D.; Thompson, S.; McCowan, L.; Roberts, C.