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The 11th International Conference on Brain Monitoring and Neuroprotection in the Newborn is dedicated to providing a forum for the continuing education of professionals working to improve the neurological and developmental health outcomes of premature and sick newborns. This conference explores means to understand, monitor, protect and treat the developing brain of the premature and term neonate.


Luke and Miranda are heading to Florida to present their work.


Luke Baxter, PhD student

Individual Variability in the Infant’s Pain Response: Can We Predict an Infant's Response to Noxious Events from Spontaneous Brain Activity? 


Miranda Buckle, MB.BChir FRCOphth, PhD student

Characterizing Infant Brain Activity During Retinopathy of Prematurity Screening