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Preclinical Neonatal Neuroprotection

We are a group of neonatologists, magnetic resonance physicists and neuroscientists working towards the common goal of optimizing neuroprotection of the term infant using a pre-clinical model of perinatal asphyxia.  Our team is also focused on developing and validating MRI biomarkers which can be used interchangeably in clinical studies.

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Neonatal Pain

We are a unique team of neonatologists, neuroscientists, clinical neurophysiologists and statistical scientists who are working together to discover how newborn infants process touch, pressure and pain. 

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Neonatal Neuroimaging and Biomarker Studies

Neonatal Neuroimaging and Biomarkers

Our aim is to develop a panel of new magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopy biomarkers for term infants with acute brain injury and preterm infants. Magnetic resonance biomarkers are study endpoint in the TOBY xe study.

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Neonatal Seizures

Neonatal Seizures

The Neonatal Brain Research Group (NBRG), based at Cork University Maternity Hospital and the IFWH at UCL are working on a Wellcome trust funded project to develop clinically robust automated seizure detection software for sick new born babies, the Algorithm for Neonatal Seizure Recognition (ANSeR).

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Neonatal Clinical Trials


Neonatal Neurocognitive Outcomes Research


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