Enrico Lopriore is a professor of neonatology and fetal medicine and head of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at the Leiden University Medical Center (LUMC).
Neonatology and fetal medicine
The research from Enrico Lopriore focuses mainly on the origin, management and outcome in various fetal disorders, including complicated monochorionic twins (with TTS, TAPS or sIUGR) and fetal hematologic diseases (anemia or thrombocytopenia). The ultimate goal of his research is to improve perinatal survival and in particular the long-term outcome in these vulnerable babies.
Enrico Lopriore absolved Medical School and his doctoral research at Leiden University. The title of his doctoral thesis (2006) reads ‘Twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome: from placental anastomoses to long-term outcome’. He was appointed Professor in Neonatology of the Leiden University Medical Center in July 2016.