Improving the Immediate and Longer-Term Health Outcomes of Preterm Infants [ 2013 - 2018 ]

Also known as: Improving Immediate and Longer-Term Health and Wellbeing of Premature Babies

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Researchers: A/Pr Andrew Gill A/Pr David Tingay A/Pr Tobias Strunk Prof Sanjay Patole (Participant) A/Pr Jane Pillow (Principal investigator)
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Brief description Premature babies develop health problems that persist throughout life and impact on mental, physical and social well-being. As all body systems are immature at birth, premature babies can develop one or many different health problems. Many factors before, during and after birth may influence the baby’s response to different treatments. Our collaborative research program seeks to understand the big picture, to help us design better treatments that improve long term outcomes after preterm birth.

Funding Amount $AUD 2,661,087.96

Funding Scheme Centres of Research Excellence

Notes Centre of Research Excellence - Clinical

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