Victoria L. Meah, PhD.
Dedicated to improving the health of women during pregnancy
Dr. Victoria Meah is a CIHR and WCHRI-funded Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Alberta.
Her research interests include how a woman's heart and blood vessels change during pregnancy. Although most women are healthy during their pregnancies, some will sadly develop complications and these can impact both mom and baby's health. Meah aspires to lead a research program focused on women’s health before, during and after pregnancy that will help to better understand and reduce the risk of complications.
Cardiac sonographer with extensive experience of acquiring and analysing images both at rest and during exercise.
Experienced vascular sonographer, microneurograher & phlebotomist.
Research focus on pregnancy and postpartum health, with experience of research across the menstrual cycle and during menopause.
Prenatal and Postpartum
British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences Certified Exercise Practitioner and personal trainer
Pre- and postnatal exercise instructor
British Association for Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation (BACPR) Specialist Exercise Instructor (Phase VI)