Recurrent pregnancy losses is defined as having two or more consecutive failed clinical pregnancies.


In the medical research community, there is a need of understanding the causes of recurrent pregnancy losses in order to propose to patients a custom follow-up.

The goal of the project is to identify patterns of patients using unsupervised machine learning.

The data come from a cohort of several hundred of patients in Hopital Saint-Antoine, Paris.


Internship in collaboration with Hopital Saint-Antoine

Contact: Arsene Mekinian