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1-877-439-2744 Motherisk Helpline
1-800-436-8477 Morning Sickness
1-877-327-4636 Alcohol and Substance
1-866-937-7678 Exercise in Pregnancy
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Our Clinicians and Researchers

Myla Moretti, M.Sc.

Assistant Director, Information Services and Quality Management

Ms Moretti joined the Motherisk Program in 1992 and is currently Assistant Director, Information Services and Quality Management. She coordinates the information systems and is the data manager for more than 35,000 patient consultations annually to the program. These data serve as the backbone for the epidemiological and clinical studies conducted at Motherisk. Myla received her MSc in Clinical Pharmacology from the University of Toronto and has been involved in teaching and research since joining the program nearly 10 years ago. Her research interests have focused principally on predicting and quantifying drug transport into breast milk, and she has conducted and coordinated numerous studies in this field.

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