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by O’Shea, Thomas M and Joseph, Robert M and Allred, Elizabeth N and Taylor, H. Gerry and Leviton, Alan and Heeren, Tim and Douglass, Laurie M and Frazier, Jean A and Jara, Hernan and Kuban, Karl C. K and Shah, Bhahvesh and Singh, Rachana and Van Marter, Linda and Martin, Camilla and Ware, Janice and Cole, Cynthia and Perrin, Ellen and Bednarek, Frank and Ehrenkranz, Richard and Benjamin, Jennifer and Bose, Carl and Warner, Diane and Engelke, Steve and Poortenga, Mariel and Pastyrnak, Steve and Karna, Padu and Paneth, Nigel and Lenski, Madeleine and Schreiber, Michael and Hunter, Scott and Msall, Michael and Batton, Danny and Klarr, Judith and Christianson, Karen and Klein, Deborah and Pimental, Maureen and Hallisey, Collen and Coster, Taryn and Nylen, Ellen and Neger, Emily and Mattern, Kathryn and Venuti, Lauren and Powers, Beth and Foley, Ann and Williams, Joanne and Romano, Elaine and Hiatt, Debbie and Peters, Nancy and Brown, Patricia and Ansusinha, Emily and Bose, Gennie and Wereszczak, Janice and Bernhardt, Janice and Adams, Joan and Wilson, Donna and Darden-Saad, Nancy and Sutton, Dinah and Rathbun, Julie and Miras, Karen and Weiland, Deborah and Yoon, Grace and Ramoskaite, Rugile and Wiggins, Suzanne and Washington, Krissy and Martin, Ryan and Prendergast, Barbara and Kring, Beth and Smith, Anne and McQuiston, Susan and Butler, Samantha and Wilson, Rachel and McGhee, Kirsten and Lee, Patricia and Asgarian, Aimee and Sadhwani, Anjali and Henson, Brandi and Keller, Cecelia and Walkowiak, Jenifer and Barron, Susan and Miller, Alice and Dessureau, Brian and Wood, Molly and Damon-Minow, Jill and Mayes, Linda and Tsatsanis, Kathy and Chawarska, Katarzyna and Kim, Sophy and Dieterich, Susan and Bearrs, Karen and Waldrep, Ellen and Friedman, Jackie and Hounshell, Gail and Allred, Debbie and Helms, Rebecca and Whitley, Lynn and Stainback, Gary and Bostic, Lisa and Jacobson, Amanda and McKeeman, Joni and Meyer, Echo and ... and ELGAN Study Investigators and for the ELGAN Study Investigators
Journal of Perinatology, ISSN 0743-8346, 07/2018, Volume 38, Issue 7, pp. 908 - 916
Objective To describe the accuracy of the Bayley Scales of Infant Development-Second Edition (BSID-II) Mental Development Index (MDI) at 2 years of age for... 
GESTATIONAL-AGE | MATERNAL OBESITY | LOW-BIRTH-WEIGHT | CAFFEINE THERAPY | INFANT DEVELOPMENT | PREMATURE-INFANTS | SCALES | DISABILITY | PEDIATRICS | OUTCOMES | 3RD EDITION | OBSTETRICS & GYNECOLOGY | Intelligence | Cognitive ability | Predictions | Impairment | Mental development | Children | Age | Gestational age
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by Logan, J. Wells and Allred, Elizabeth N and Msall, Michael E and Joseph, Robert M and Michael O’Shea, T.T and Heeren, Timothy and Leviton, Alan and Kuban, Karl C. K and Ware, Janice and Coster, Taryn and Henson, Brandi and Wilson, Rachel and McGhee, Kirsten and Lee, Patricia and Asgarian, Aimee and Sadhwani, Anjali and Perrin, Ellen and Neger, Emily and Mattern, Kathryn and Walkowiak, Jenifer and Barron, Susan and Frazier, Jean and Venuti, Lauren and Powers, Beth and Foley, Ann and Dessureau, Brian and Wood, Molly and Damon-Minow, Jill and Ehrenkranz, Richard and Benjamin, Jennifer and Romano, Elaine and Tsatsanis, Kathy and Chawarska, Katarzyna and Kim, Sophy and Dieterich, Susan and Bearrs, Karen and O’Shea, T. Michael and Peters, Nancy and Brown, Patricia and Ansusinha, Emily and Waldrep, Ellen and Friedman, Jackie and Hounshell, Gail and Allred, Debbie and Engelke, Stephen C and Darden-Saad, Nancy and Stainback, Gary and Warner, Diane and Wereszczak, Janice and Bernhardt, Janice and McKeeman, Joni and Meyer, Echo and Pastyrnak, Steve and Burdo-Hartman, Wendy and Rathbun, Julie and Nota, Sarah and Crumb, Teri and Lenski, Madeleine and Weiland, Deborah and Lloyd, Megan and Hunter, Scott and Msall, Michael and Ramoskaite, Rugile and Wiggins, Suzanne and Washington, Krissy and Martin, Ryan and Prendergast, Barbara and Scott, Megan and Klarr, Judith and Kring, Beth and DeRidder, Jennifer and Vogt, Kelly and ELGAN Study Investigators and for the ELGAN Study Investigators
Journal of Perinatology, ISSN 0743-8346, 02/2019, Volume 39, Issue 2, pp. 237 - 247
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by Kuban, Karl C.K and Jara, Hernan and O'Shea, T. Michael and Heeren, Timothy and Joseph, Robert M and Fichorova, Raina N and Alshamrani, Khalid and Aakil, Adam and Beaulieu, Forrest and Horn, Mitchell and Douglass, Laurie M and Frazier, Jean A and Hirtz, Deborah and Rollins, Julie Vanier and Cochran, David and Paneth, Nigel and Ware, Janice and Coster, Taryn and Hanson, Brandi and Wilson, Rachel and McGhee, Kirsten and Lee, Patricia and Asgarian, Aimee and Sadhwani, Anjali and Perrin, Ellen and Neger, Emily and Mattern, Kathryn and Walkowiak, Jenifer and Barron, Susan and Shah, Bhavesh and Singh, Rachana and Smith, Anne and Klein, Deborah and McQuiston, Susan and Venuti, Lauren and Powers, Beth and Foley, Ann and Dessureau, Brian and Wood, Molly and Damon-Minow, Jill and Ehrenkranz, Richard and Benjamin, Jennifer and Romano, Elaine and Tsatsanis, Kathy and Chawarska, Katarzyna and Kim, Sophy and Dieterich, Susan and Bearrs, Karen and Peters, Nancy and Brown, Patricia and Ansusinha, Emily and Waldrep, Ellen and Friedman, Jackie and Hounshell, Gail and Allred, Debbie and Engelke, Stephen C and Darden-Saad, Nancy and Stainback, Gary and Warner, Diane and Wereszczak, Janice and Bernhardt, Janice and McKeeman, Joni and Meyer, Echo and Pastyrnak, Steve and Rathbun, Julie and Nota, Sarah and Crumb, Teri and Lenski, Madeleine and Weiland, Deborah and Lloyd, Megan and Hunter, Scott and Msall, Michael and Ramoskaite, Rugile and Wiggins, Suzanne and Washington, Krissy and Martin, Ryan and Prendergast, Barbara and Scott, Megan and Klarr, Judith and Kring, Beth and DeRidder, Jennifer and Vogt, Kelly and Yamamoto, Hidemi and Ryan, Stanthia and Junaid, Damilola and Dawood, Hassan and Beatty, Noah and Luu, Ngan and Tang, Vanessa and Sassi, Rosaria Rita and Pasicznyk, Jenna-Malia and ELGAN Study Investigators
The Journal of Pediatrics, ISSN 0022-3476, 07/2019, Volume 210, pp. 81 - 90.e3
To examine elevated neonatal inflammatory and neurotrophic proteins from children born extremely preterm in relation to later childhood brain Magnetic... 
SYSTEMIC INFLAMMATION | INFLAMMATION-RELATED PROTEINS | PRENATAL EXPOSURE | HEMORRHAGE | CEREBELLAR INJURY | INFANTS | RISK | PEDIATRICS | PREVALENCE | CEREBRAL-PALSY | BLOOD | Proteins | Brain | Magnetic resonance imaging | Anti-inflammatory drugs
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by Bright, H. Reeve and Babata, Kikelomo and Allred, Elizabeth N and Allred, Debbie and Erdei, Carmina and Kuban, Karl C.K and Joseph, Robert M and O'Shea, T. Michael and Leviton, Alan and Dammann, Olaf and Ware, Janice and Coster, Taryn and Hanson, Brandi and Wilson, Rachel and McGhee, Kirsten and Lee, Patricia and Asgarian, Aimee and Sadhwani, Anjali and Perrin, Ellen and Neger, Emily and Mattern, Kathryn and Walkowiak, Jenifer and Barron, Susan and Shah, Bhavesh and Singh, Rachana and Smith, Anne and Klein, Deborah and McQuiston, Susan and Venuti, Lauren and Powers, Beth and Foley, Ann and Dessureau, Brian and Wood, Molly and Damon-Minow, Jill and Ehrenkranz, Richard and Benjamin, Jennifer and Romano, Elaine and Tsatsanis, Kathy and Chawarska, Katarzyna and Kim, Sophy and Dieterich, Susan and Bearrs, Karen and Peters, Nancy and Brown, Patricia and Ansusinha, Emily and Waldrep, Ellen and Friedman, Jackie and Hounshell, Gail and Engelke, Stephen C and Darden-Saad, Nancy and Stainback, Gary and Warner, Diane and Wereszczak, Janice and Bernhardt, Janice and McKeeman, Joni and Meyer, Echo and Pastyrnak, Steve and Rathbun, Julie and Nota, Sarah and Crumb, Teri and Lenski, Madeleine and Weiland, Deborah and Lloyd, Megan and Hunter, Scott and Msall, Michael and Ramoskaite, Rugile and Wiggins, Suzanne and Washington, Krissy and Martin, Ryan and Prendergast, Barbara and Scott, Megan and Klarr, Judith and Kring, Beth and DeRidder, Jennifer and Vogt, Kelly and ELGAN Study Investigators
The Journal of Pediatrics, ISSN 0022-3476, 08/2017, Volume 187, pp. 43 - 49.e1
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by Kuban, Karl C.K and Heeren, Timothy and O'Shea, T. Michael and Joseph, Robert M and Fichorova, Raina N and Douglass, Laurie and Jara, Hernan and Frazier, Jean A and Hirtz, Deborah and Taylor, H. Gerry and Rollins, Julie Vanier and Paneth, Nigel and Ware, Janice and Coster, Taryn and Hanson, Brandi and Wilson, Rachel and McGhee, Kirsten and Lee, Patricia and Asgarian, Aimee and Sadhwani, Anjali and Perrin, Ellen and Neger, Emily and Mattern, Kathryn and Walkowiak, Jenifer and Barron, Susan and Shah, Bhavesh and Singh, Rachana and Smith, Anne and Klein, Deborah and McQuiston, Susan and Venuti, Lauren and Powers, Beth and Foley, Ann and Dessureau, Brian and Wood, Molly and Damon-Minow, Jill and Ehrenkranz, Richard and Benjamin, Jennifer and Romano, Elaine and Tsatsanis, Kathy and Chawarska, Katarzyna and Kim, Sophy and Dieterich, Susan and Bearrs, Karen and Peters, Nancy and Brown, Patricia and Ansusinha, Emily and Waldrep, Ellen and Friedman, Jackie and Hounshell, Gail and Allred, Debbie and Engelke, Stephen C and Darden-Saad, Nancy and Stainback, Gary and Warner, Diane and Wereszczak, Janice and Bernhardt, Janice and McKeeman, Joni and Meyer, Echo and Pastyrnak, Steve and Rathbun, Julie and Nota, Sarah and Crumb, Teri and Lenski, Madeleine and Weiland, Deborah and Lloyd, Megan and Hunter, Scott and Msall, Michael and Ramoskaite, Rugile and Wiggins, Suzanne and Washington, Krissy and Martin, Ryan and Prendergast, Barbara and Scott, Megan and Klarr, Judith and Kring, Beth and DeRidder, Jennifer and Vogt, Kelly and Yamamoto, Hidemi and Ryan, Stanthia and Junaid, Damilola and Dawood, Hassan and Beatty, Noah and Luu, Ngan and Tang, Vanessa and Sassi, Rosaria Rita and Pasicznyk, Jenna-Malia and ELGAN Study Investigators
The Journal of Pediatrics, ISSN 0022-3476, 10/2018, Volume 201, pp. 40 - 48.e4
To test the hypothesis that higher blood levels of neurotrophic proteins (proteins that support neuronal survival and function) in the first 2 weeks of life... 
inflammation and neurotrophins | extreme prematurity | early life risks and protectors of later cognition | SYSTEMIC INFLAMMATION | TROPHIC FACTORS | INFLAMMATION-RELATED PROTEINS | GROWTH-FACTORS | INJURY | PEDIATRICS | DIFFERENTIATION | CELL | BRAIN | MOTONEURONS | BLOOD
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by Burnett, Alice C and Anderson, Peter J and Joseph, Robert M and Allred, Elizabeth N and Allred, Debbie and O'Shea, T. Michael and Kuban, Karl C.K and Leviton, Alan and Shah, Bhavesh and Singh, Rachana and Smith, Anne and Klein, Deborah and McQuiston, Susan and Rollins, Julie and Douglass, Laurie and Ware, Janice and Coster, Taryn and Henson, Brandi and Wilson, Rachel and McGhee, Kirsten and Lee, Patricia and Asgarian, Aimee and Sadhwani, Anjali and Perrin, Ellen and Neger, Emily and Mattern, Kathryn and Walkowiak, Jenifer and Barron, Susan and Frazier, Jean and Venuti, Lauren and Powers, Beth and Foley, Ann and Dessureau, Brian and Wood, Molly and Damon-Minow, Jill and Ehrenkranz, Richard and Benjamin, Jennifer and Romano, Elaine and Tsatsanis, Kathy and Chawarska, Katarzyna and Kim, Sophy and Dieterich, Susan and Bearrs, Karen and Peters, Nancy and Brown, Patricia and Ansusinha, Emily and Waldrep, Ellen and Friedman, Jackie and Hounshell, Gail and Engelke, Stephen C and Darden-Saad, Nancy and Stainback, Gary and Warner, Diane and Wereszczak, Janice and Bernhardt, Janice and McKeeman, Joni and Meyer, Echo and Pastyrnak, Steve and Burdo-Hartman, Wendy and Rathbun, Julie and Nota, Sarah and Crumb, Teri and Lenski, Madeleine and Weiland, Deborah and Lloyd, Megan and Hunter, Scott and Msall, Michael and Ramoskaite, Rugile and Wiggins, Suzanne and Washington, Krissy and Martin, Ryan and Prendergast, Barbara and Scott, Megan and Klarr, Judith and Kring, Beth and DeRidder, Jennifer and Vogt, Kelly and ELGAN Study Investigators
The Journal of Pediatrics, ISSN 0022-3476, 04/2018, Volume 195, pp. 279 - 282.e3
The association of hand preference (left, mixed, and right) with cognitive, academic, motor, and behavioral function was evaluated in 864 extremely preterm... 
METAANALYSIS | GESTATIONAL-AGE | BORN | ADOLESCENTS | CLASSIFICATION-SYSTEM | PEDIATRICS | RELIABILITY | BIRTH | VALIDITY | PREMATURITY | NON-RIGHT HANDEDNESS | Medical colleges | Autism | Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder
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