Welcome, !

You’re in! See your latest actions or visit your profile and dashboard.


Saved pages

  • When you save a page, it will appear here.


    You do not have any shared pages

My profile   |  My dashboard                     


Personalize your experience, get access to saved pages, donation receipts and more.

Already have an account? Sign in.

Send me the e-newsletter

Tell us your interests

Pregnancy Babies
Volunteering Professional Resources
Research Local Events
Advocacy Mission
Privacy policy            

Welcome Back!

Use your existing or March for Babies user name and password to sign in.

Forgot username/password
Privacy policy

Welcome Back!

Enter your e-mail address to receive your username and password.  

Thank you!

Thanks for choosing to be part of our community. You have subscribed to the March of Dimes e-newsletter, with the preference Pregnancy selected. You will receive a confirmation e-mail at user's e-mail address

You can now:

Welcome Back!

Your e-mail address is linked to multiple accounts. Protect your privacy, make it unique.
share | e-mail | print

Thank you!

Your e-mail was sent.

E-mail to a friend

We will never share or sell your

Your information:

Your recipient's information:

You can send to a max of 5 people.
Separate addresses with commas.

Your message:

Privacy Policy    

Save to my dashboard

Sign in or Sign up to save this page.  

You've saved this page

It's been added to your dashboard   

Rate this page

Sign in or Sign up to rate this page.  

How helpful is this?

Click on the stars below.

    2013 Danforth Symposium

    Wednesday, November 20, 2013
    Time: 1:00 PM
    Eric P. Newman Education Center
    320 S. Euclid Ave.
    St. Louis, MO 63108

    The March of Dimes Missouri Chapter is partnering with Washington University School of Medicine for its annual Danforth Scientific Symposium. This year's symposium will spotlight the March of Dimes and the important prematurity research it is currently funding at the university.

    The half-day event is free and features well known speakers and guests related to the topic of prematurity research. Washington University Chancellor Mark Wrighton, PhD, and Larry Shapiro, MD, Executive Vice Chancellor for Medical Affairs and Dean, Washington University School of Medicine will speak at the symposium. Jennifer Howse, President of the March of Dimes, is also scheduled to offer remarks.

    Louis Muglia, MD, PhD will present the keynote address on “Human Evolution, Genetics, and Birth Timing.”  Muglia is Co-Director, Perinatal Institute, Division of Neonatology; Director, Center for Prevention of Preterm Birth; and Professor of Pediatrics and Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine.

    Washington University scientists (and March of Dimes grantees) scheduled to share their potentially ground breaking research include: Sarah England, PhD, Christina Gurnett, MD, PhD, Amanda Lewis, PhD, David Ornitz, MD, PhD and David Rudnick, MD, PhD.

    The symposium begins at 1:00 p.m. in the Eric P. Newman Education Center main auditorium, 320 S. Euclid Ave.

    The event is FREE and open to the public. Download an invitation here.

    Please RSVP by November 1, 2013 to the Washington University Office of Special Programs: 314.286.0071



    March for Babies - Farmington  2014

    Date: 2014-04-24
    Long Memorial Park , Farmington, MO

    You're invited to join the celebration on April 24 at Long Memorial Park! Ge... more


    March of Dimes Regional Workshops

    Friday, April 25, 2014
    Various Locations , Various Locations, MO

    The Missouri Hospital Association is partnering with the March of... more


    March for Babies - St. Louis  2014

    Date: 2014-04-26
    The Muny-St. Louis Forest Park, St. Louis, MO

    Get your friends, family and co-workers to join us and walk to support the h... more


    March for Babies - St. Joseph  2014

    Date: 2014-04-26
    St. Joseph Hyde Park, St. Joseph, MO

    Join hundreds of your friends, co-workers, and families as we walk to suppor... more