Jennifer Hutcheon, PhD
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Boston University School of Public Health
Dept of Epidemiology

PhD, McGill University

My research uses population-level databases and registries to improve our understanding of maternal and infant health. I am interested in developing tools and generating knowledge that will help improve the care of women with higher risk pregnancies, including women with hypertension in pregnancy and pregnancies with fetal growth restriction.

2012-2017 CIHR New Investigator Award
2011-2019 Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research Career Investigator Award
2009-2012 CIHR Post-doctoral Fellowship Award
2009-2011 Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research Post-doctoral Fellowship Award
2006-2009 CIHR Doctoral Research Award
2006-2009 FRSQ (Fonds de la recherche en santé du Québec) Doctoral Award (declined)
2005-2006 CIHR Strategic Training in Research in the Reproductive Health Sciences MSc scholarship
2005-2006 The Montreal Children’s Hospital Research Institute Graduate Studentship
2005-2006 McGill University Faculty of Medicine Claude JP Giroud Bursary

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  1. Liauw J, Gundy S, Rochwerg B, Hutcheon JA. Antenatal corticosteroids and COVID-19: balancing benefits and harms. Am J Obstet Gynecol. 2020 Aug 25. PMID: 32858012
  2. Kim CNH, Hutcheon J, van Schalkwyk J, Marquette G. Maternal outcome of pregnant women admitted to intensive care units for coronavirus disease 2019. Am J Obstet Gynecol. 2020 Aug 07. PMID: 32771379
  3. Ahrens KA, Hutcheon JA. Time for Better Access to High-Quality Abortion Data in the United States. Am J Epidemiol. 2020 Jul 01; 189(7):640-647. PMID: 32219373
  4. Freese KE, Himes KP, Hutcheon JA, Parisi SM, Brooks MM, McTigue K, Bodnar LM. Excessive gestational weight gain is associated with severe maternal morbidity. Ann Epidemiol. 2020 Jun 26. PMID: 32703663
  5. Bodnar LM, Khodyakov D, Himes KP, Burke JG, Parisi S, Hutcheon JA. Engaging Patients and Professionals to Evaluate the Seriousness of Maternal and Child Health Outcomes: Protocol for a Modified Delphi Study. JMIR Res Protoc. 2020 Jun 02; 9(6):e16478. PMID: 32222699
  6. Cochrane KM, Mayer C, Devlin AM, Elango R, Hutcheon JA, Karakochuk CD. Is natural (6S)-5-methyltetrahydrofolic acid as effective as synthetic folic acid in increasing serum and red blood cell folate concentrations during pregnancy? A proof-of-concept pilot study. Trials. 2020 May 05; 21(1):380. PMID: 32370802
  7. Hutcheon JA, Chapinal N, Skoll MA, Au N, Lee L. Accuracy of Blood Transfusion Records in a Population-based Perinatal Data Registry. Epidemiology. 2020 May; 31(3):418-422. PMID: 32251067
  8. Hutcheon JA, Chapinal N, Skoll A, Au N, Lee L. Inter-hospital variation in use of obstetrical blood transfusion: a population-based cohort study. BJOG. 2020 Mar 09. PMID: 32150336
  9. Samson KLI, Loh SP, Khor GL, Mohd Shariff Z, Yelland LN, Leemaqz S, Makrides M, Hutcheon JA, Sulistyoningrum DC, Yu JJ, Roche ML, De-Regil LM, Green TJ, Karakochuk CD. Effect of once weekly folic acid supplementation on erythrocyte folate concentrations in women to determine potential to prevent neural tube defects: a randomised controlled dose-finding trial in Malaysia. BMJ Open. 2020 02 05; 10(2):e034598. PMID: 32029499
  10. Schummers L, Hacker MR, Williams PL, Hutcheon JA, Vanderweele TJ, McElrath TF, Hernandez-Diaz S. Variation in relationships between maternal age at first birth and pregnancy outcomes by maternal race: a population-based cohort study in the United States. BMJ Open. 2019 12 15; 9(12):e033697.View Related Profiles. PMID: 31843851
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Maternal Health
Infant Health
Fetal Growth Restriction
Hypertension in Pregnancy
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