Dr. Erich Cosmi, for the period spent in the United States of America, has worked at the Yale University School of Medicine to a research project led by Dr. Gabor Husar on the pathophysiology of sperm (1994-1998). He spent at Virginia University as Assistant Professor coordinated with Dr. Giancarlo Mari, research on non-invasive diagnosis of fetal anemia, an interest of fetal therapy in utero (2000-2003).
He coordinated at the Yale University School of Medicine, the study on non-invasive diagnosis of fetal lung maturity, studying the ontogeny of fetal breathing movements (2003-2006). He coordinated the research group on growth restriction with Dr. Amhet Baschat involving more than 20 centers in Europe and the United States of America for the management of pregnancies complicated by growth restriction.
Since 2006, he directs the research group on cardiovascular risk fetuses and infants with growth restriction, intrauterine diagnosis and integrating the follow-up and pediatric cardiology completing this research with studies and Metabolomics Laboratory Medicine involving the study of genetic collaboration with the Department or Biology, Engineering and Molecular Medicine of the 'University of Padua and the laboratory for DNA analysis at Wayne State University, USA. It also coordinates the study of pregnancies complicated by cytomegalovirus infection in collaboration with the Department of Infectious Diseases University Padua. During this period in Sassari, and currently in Padova, he directs the research group for chronic pelvic pain with a new diagnosis technique called Sonovaginografia.
He is currently principal investigator of more than 30 research projects approved by the ethics committee of the University of Padua and in those in which it collaborates (Europe and the United States of 'America).
IUGR; Fetal anemia; Fetal hydrops; Fetal Doppler; Maternal and Fetal Medicine; Fetal Teraphy; Twins; Endometriosis.