Being born too soon is now the second-leading killer of children under the age of five, worldwide. The World Health Organisation (WHO) is concerned that preterm birth rates are increasing in many countries.

INFANT focuses on how technology and medicine can improve the health outcomes for neonates (infants less than four weeks old). INFANT’s groundbreaking research in this field meets the need for the accurate identification and reduction of severe neonatal complications.

NeuroBell

Neurobell: Portable EEG monitoring with AI decision support

NIOMI

Non-Invasive lung Oxygen Monitoring of term Infants

CATePILLaR

The CATePILLaR Study is evaluating the impact of COVID-19 restrictions on mother & baby’s health and wellbeing.

IDEA

Iron Deficiency Assessment for protection of the newborn brain (IDEA)

COSGOD

Cerebral regional tissue Oxygen Saturation to Guide Oxygen Delivery
in preterm neonates during immediate transition after birth

Neonalysis

Neonatal EEG Analysis Study

Delphi

A smart brain monitoring system for newborns to detect the severity of brain injury.

SYNAPSE

Epilepsy after Neonatal Electrographic Seizures (SYNAPSE)

AI4NICU

Maximizing impact of multidisciplinary research in early diagnosis of neonatal brain injury

What to expect in the NICU

NeoView focuses on virtual visitation in the NICU.