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Virtual Online Seminar

Research Forum: Head Lag in Infancy: What Is It Telling Us?

Join Dr. Elizabeth Forgione as she presents "Head Lag in Infancy: What Is It Telling Us?". Researchers investigate changes in head lag across postmenstrual age and define associations between head lag and (1) perinatal exposures and (2) neurodevelopment.

Research Forum: Head Lag in Infancy: What Is It Telling Us?
Research Forum: Head Lag in Infancy: What Is It Telling Us?

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Jun 14, 2024, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Virtual Online Seminar

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Join Dr. Elizabeth Forgione, MGS professor and IRB Chairperson, as she presents the research "Head Lag in Infancy: What Is It Telling Us?" and facilitates a discussion on the topic.

Researchers investigate changes in head lag across postmenstrual age and define associations between head lag and (1) perinatal exposures and (2) neurodevelopment. Sixty-four infants born at 30 weeks gestation had head lag assessed before and at term-equivalent age. Neurobehavior was assessed at term age. At 2 years of age, neurodevelopmental testing was conducted. Head lag was related to medical factors and early neurobehavior, but it may not be a good predictor of outcome when used in isolation.

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