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Dr Wai Lok Woo
Claire Marcroft
Professor Nicholas Embleton
A Pose-based Feature Fusion and Classification Framework for the Early Prediction of Cerebral Palsy in Infants2022
Dr Janet Berrington
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Discriminating necrotising enterocolitis and focal intestinal perforation2022
Andrea Masi
Dr Chris Lamb
Dr Simon Cockell
Dr Jonathan Coxhead
Professor Nicholas Embleton
et al.
Distinct gene expression profiles between human preterm- and adult-derived intestinal organoids exposed to Enterococcus faecalis: A pilot study2022
Dr Christopher Stewart
Dr Janet Berrington
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Integrating longitudinal clinical and microbiome data to predict growth faltering in preterm infants2022
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Meeting Protein and Energy Requirements of Preterm Infants Receiving Human Milk2022
Dr Janet Berrington
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Necrotising enterocolitis, focal intestinal perforation or something else: how best to proceed2022
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Claire Granger
Kristina Chmelova
Nutritional Interventions to Improve Brain Outcomes in Preterm Infants2022
Claire Marcroft
Professor Nicholas Embleton
PCPP: A MATLAB application for abnormal infant movement detection from video [Formula presented]2022
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Randomised controlled trial of human derived breast milk fortifier versus bovine milk fortifier on body composition in very preterm babies2022
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Claire Wood
Sex-Specific Effects of Nutritional Supplements for Infants Born Early or Small: An Individual Participant Data Meta-Analysis (ESSENCE IPD-MA) II: Growth2022
Dr Claire Granger
Dr Chris Lamb
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Lauren Beck
Andrea Masi
et al.
sIgA in preterm infants: determination of normal values in breast milk and stool2022
Claire Marcroft
Pat Dulson
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Anna Basu
The predictive ability of the Lacey Assessment of Preterm Infants (LAPI), Cranial Ultrasound (cUS) and General Movements Assessment (GMA) for Cerebral Palsy (CP): A prospective, clinical, single center observational study.2022
Dr Janet Berrington
Dr Richard McNally
Dr Christopher Stewart
Professor Nicholas Embleton
An observational cohort study and nested randomised controlled trial on nutrition and growth outcomes in moderate and late preterm infants (FLAMINGO).2021
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Barriers and Facilitators to Breastfeeding in Moderate and Late Preterm Infants: A Systematic Review2021
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Burden of disease and risk factors for mortality amongst hospitalized newborns in Nigeria and Kenya2021
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Caffeine for the care of preterm infants in sub-Saharan Africa: A missed opportunity?2021
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Claire Wood
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Greta Brunskill
Dr Victoria Grahame
et al.
Early diet in preterm infants and later cognition: 10-year follow-up of a randomized controlled trial2021
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Fifteen-minute consultation: ABCDE approach to nutritional assessment in preterm infants2021
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Fifteen-minute consultation: ABCDE approach to nutritional assessment in preterm infants早产儿的15分钟营养评估法:ABCDE2021
Andrea Masi
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Chris Lamb
Grace Young
Dr Claire Granger
et al.
Human milk oligosaccharide DSLNT and gut microbiome in preterm infants predicts necrotising enterocolitis2021
Claire Marcroft
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Identification of Abnormal Movements in Infants: A Deep Neural Network for Body Part-Based Prediction of Cerebral Palsy2021
Dr Claire Granger
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Jeremy Palmer
Dr Chris Lamb
Dr Janet Berrington
et al.
Maternal breastmilk, infant gut microbiome and the impact on preterm infant health2021
Professor Judith Rankin
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Parental experiences of being approached to join multiple neonatal clinical trials: Qualitative study (PARENT)2021
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Research priorities in pediatric parenteral nutrition: a consensus and perspective from ESPGHAN/ESPEN/ESPR/CSPEN2021
Professor Judith Rankin
Dr Louise Hayes
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Survey of UK health professionals supporting parents after loss from a twin pregnancy2021
Dr Christopher Stewart
Dr Janet Berrington
Professor Nicholas Embleton
The stool volatile metabolome of pre-term babies2021
Dr Darren Smith
Dr Janet Berrington
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Clare Lanyon
Acquisition and Development of the Extremely Preterm Infant Microbiota Across Multiple Anatomical Sites2020
Fisayo Odeniyi
Dr Wanwuri Akor
Lem Ngongalah
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Professor Judith Rankin
et al.
Beliefs, knowledge, attitudes and experience of breastfeeding among African immigrant mothers residing in high-income countries: a mixed-methods systematic review2020
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Janet Berrington
Clinical trials of lactoferrin in the newborn: Effects on infection and the gut microbiome2020
Dr Janet Berrington
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Economic evaluation alongside the Speed of Increasing milk Feeds Trial (SIFT)2020
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Multi-nutrient fortification of human milk for preterm infants2020
Dr Sara Fernstad
Mx Alexander Macquisten
Dr Janet Berrington
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Christopher Stewart
et al.
Quality Metrics to Guide Visual Analysis of High Dimensional Genomics Data2020
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Commentary on "higher versus Lower Amino Acid Intake in Parenteral Nutrition for Newborn Infants"2019
Claire Marcroft
Janice Pearse
Pat Dulson
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Anna Basu
et al.
Current therapeutic management of perinatal stroke with a focus on the upper limb: a cross sectional survey of UK physiotherapists and occupational therapists2019
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Is preterm nutrition a trade-off between head and heart?2019
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Claire Wood
Metabolic outcomes in very low birthweight and preterm infants in later life [Desfechos metabólicos posteriores em recém-nascidos de muito baixo peso ao nascer e pré-termos]2019
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Ruth Graham
Dr Mabel Lie
Professor Steve Robson
MRI in the diagnosis of fetal developmental brain abnormalities: the MERIDIAN diagnostic accuracy study2019
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Nutrient-enriched formula versus standard formula milk for preterm infants2019
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Protein hydrolysate versus standard formula for preterm infants2019
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Protein intakes to optimize outcomes for preterm infants2019
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Toward the elimination of bias in Pediatric Research2019
Dr Ravi Swamy
Emerita Professor Helen McConachie
Dr Jane Ng
Professor Judith Rankin
Dr Stephen Sturgiss
et al.
Cognitive outcome in childhood of birth weight discordant monochorionic twins: the long-term effects of fetal growth restriction2018
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Consensus Based Definition of Growth Restriction in the Newborn2018
Dr Chris Lord
Dr Anna Basu
Dr Tim Rapley
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Determinants of effective parent-delivered therapy interventions in children with cerebral palsy: a qualitative synthesis2018
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Early parenteral amino acid intakes in preterm babies: Does NEON light the way?2018
Professor Nicholas Embleton
ESPGHAN/ESPEN/ESPR guidelines on pediatric parenteral nutrition: Amino acids2018
Professor Nicholas Embleton
ESPGHAN/ESPEN/ESPR guidelines on pediatric parenteral nutrition: Carbohydrates2018
Professor Nicholas Embleton
ESPGHAN/ESPEN/ESPR guidelines on pediatric parenteral nutrition: Complications2018
Professor Nicholas Embleton
ESPGHAN/ESPEN/ESPR guidelines on pediatric parenteral nutrition: Energy2018
Professor Nicholas Embleton
ESPGHAN/ESPEN/ESPR guidelines on pediatric parenteral nutrition: Fluid and electrolytes2018
Professor Nicholas Embleton
ESPGHAN/ESPEN/ESPR guidelines on pediatric parenteral nutrition: Iron and trace minerals2018
Professor Nicholas Embleton
ESPGHAN/ESPEN/ESPR guidelines on pediatric parenteral nutrition: Organisational aspects2018
Professor Nicholas Embleton
ESPGHAN/ESPEN/ESPR guidelines on pediatric parenteral nutrition: Standard versus individualized parenteral nutrition2018
Professor Nicholas Embleton
ESPGHAN/ESPEN/ESPR guidelines on pediatric parenteral nutrition: Venous access2018
Professor Nicholas Embleton
ESPGHAN/ESPEN/ESPR/CSPEN guidelines on pediatric parenteral nutrition: Calcium, phosphorus and magnesium2018
Professor Nicholas Embleton
ESPGHAN/ESPEN/ESPR/CSPEN guidelines on pediatric parenteral nutrition: Guideline development process for the updated guidelines2018
Professor Nicholas Embleton
ESPGHAN/ESPEN/ESPR/CSPEN guidelines on pediatric parenteral nutrition: Home parenteral nutrition2018
Professor Nicholas Embleton
ESPGHAN/ESPEN/ESPR/CSPEN guidelines on pediatric parenteral nutrition: Lipids2018
Professor Nicholas Embleton
ESPGHAN/ESPEN/ESPR/CSPEN guidelines on pediatric parenteral nutrition: Vitamins2018
Dr Anna Basu
Janice Pearse
Rose Watson
Pat Dulson
Jessica Baggaley
et al.
Feasibility Trial of an Early Therapy in Perinatal Stroke (eTIPS)2018
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Formula versus donor breast milk for feeding preterm or low birth weight infants2018
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Hydrolyzed formula compared with standard formula for preterm infants2018
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Milk feed osmolality and adverse events in newborn infants and animals: A systematic review2018
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Joanna Carnell
Neurobehavioral outcomes 11 years after neonatal caffeine therapy for apnea of prematurity2018
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Response to Letter: How Much Free Sugars Intake Should Be Recommended for Children Younger Than 2 Years Old?2018
Dr Darren Smith
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Janet Berrington
Dr Ed Schwalbe
Dr Clare Lanyon
et al.
Response: Commentary: Reducing Viability Bias in Analysis of Gut Microbiota in Preterm Infants at Risk of NEC and Sepsis2018
Dr Janet Berrington
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Ruppa Geethanath
Dr Mithilesh Lal
Retinopathy of prematurity screening at ≥30 weeks: urinary NTpro-BNP performance2018
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Academic performance, motor function, and behavior 11 years after neonatal caffeine citrate therapy for apnea of prematurity: An 11-year follow-up of the CAP randomized clinical trial2017
Dr Stefan Zalewski
Dr Christopher Stewart
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Janet Berrington
Brief guide to the analysis, interpretation, and presentation of microbiota data2017
Dr Christopher Stewart
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Janet Berrington
Cesarean or vaginal birth does not impact the longitudinal development of the gut microbiome in a cohort of exclusively preterm infants2017
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Janet Berrington
Elevated levels of circulating cell-free DNA and neutrophil proteins are associated with neonatal sepsis and necrotizing enterocolitis in immature mice, pigs and infants2017
Bruce Jaffray
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Isolated ascites in a newborn with ‘apple peel’ jejunal atresia2017
Dr Christopher Stewart
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Thomas Skeath
Dr John Perry
Dr Janet Berrington
et al.
Longitudinal development of the gut microbiome and metabolome in preterm neonates with late onset sepsis and healthy controls2017
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Janet Berrington
Professor John Kirby
Dr Chris Lamb
Professor Stephen Rushton
et al.
Mechanisms Affecting the Gut of Preterm Infants in Enteral Feeding Trials2017
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Ruppa Geethanath
Dr Mithilesh Lal
Neonatal listeriosis in the UK 2004–20142017
Dr Darren Smith
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Janet Berrington
Dr Ed Schwalbe
Dr Clare Lanyon
et al.
Reducing Viability Bias in Analysis of Gut Microbiota in Preterm Infants at Risk of NEC and Sepsis2017
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Stillbirth with Group B Streptococcus Disease Worldwide: Systematic Review and Meta-analyses2017
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Sugar in Infants, Children and Adolescents: A Position Paper of the European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition Committee on Nutrition2017
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Jemma Cleminson
Dr Stefan Zalewski
What growth should we aim for in preterm neonates?2017
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Claire Wood
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Ravi Swamy
Professor Timothy Cheetham
et al.
Catch-up growth and metabolic outcomes in adolescents born preterm2016
Dr Thomas Skeath
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Janet Berrington
Circulating neutrophil extracellular trap components are associated with sepsis and necrotizing enterocolitis in newborn, immature infants, pigs and mice2016
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Comparing apples with apples: it is time for standardized reporting of neonatal nutrition and growth studies2016
Dr Tom Skeath
Dr Christopher Stewart
Dr Sheila Waugh
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Janet Berrington
et al.
Cytomegalovirus and other common enteric viruses are not commonly associated with Necrotizing Enterocolitis2016
Dr Judy Richards
Dr Ruth Graham
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Professor Judith Rankin
Health professionals' perspectives on bereavement following loss from a twin pregnancy: A qualitative study2016
Professor Judith Rankin
Dr Svetlana Glinyanaya
Dr Jenni Jardine
Emerita Professor Helen McConachie
Professor Nicholas Embleton
et al.
Measuring self-reported quality of life in 8- to 11- year old children born with gastroschisis: is the KIDSCREEN questionnaire acceptable?2016
Dr Christopher Stewart
Dr Achim Treumann
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Janet Berrington
Metabolomic and proteomic analysis of serum from preterm infants with necrotising entercolitis and late-onset sepsis2016
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Nutrient-enriched formula versus standard formula for preterm infants following hospital discharge2016
Dr Stefan Zalewski
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Nutrition in the preterm infant: what's new?2016
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Parenteral nutrition of preterm infants may lead to inadequate phosphorus supply2016
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Post-discharge formula feeding in preterm infants: A systematic review mapping evidence about the role of macronutrient enrichment2016
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Stefan Zalewski
Dr Janet Berrington
Probiotics for prevention of necrotizing enterocolitis and sepsis in preterm infants2016
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Protein hydrolysate versus standard formula for preterm infants2016
Dr John Perry
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Janet Berrington
Dr Christopher Stewart
Routine use of probiotics in preterm infants: longitudinal impact on the microbiome and metabolome2016
Dr Tom Skeath
Dr John Perry
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Janet Berrington
Dr Christopher Stewart
et al.
Stool bacterial load in preterm infants with necrotising enterocolitis2016
Dr Christopher Stewart
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Thomas Skeath
Dr John Perry
Dr Janet Berrington
et al.
Temporal bacterial and metabolic development of the preterm gut reveals specific signatures in health and disease2016
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Use of Donor Human Milk and Maternal Breastfeeding Rates: A Systematic Review2016
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Balancing the risks and benefits of parenteral nutrition for preterm infants: can we define the optimal composition?2015
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Thomas Skeath
Catch-Up Growth and Metabolic and Cognitive Outcomes in Adolescents Born Preterm2015
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Judy Richards
Dr Lisa Crowe
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Professor Judith Rankin
et al.
Development of guidelines for health professionals supporting parents who have lost a baby from a multiple pregnancy2015
Dr Eleri Williams
Jo Gray
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Janet Berrington
First estimates of the potential cost and cost saving of protecting childhood hearing from damage caused by congenital CMV infection2015
Dr Lisa Crowe
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Professor Judith Rankin
Investigating available resources on loss from a multiple pregnancy to inform practice2015
Dr Ruth Graham
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Professor Judith Rankin
Mothers' perspectives on the perinatal loss of a co-twin: A qualitative study2015
Claire Marcroft
Dr Aftab Khan
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Professor Mike Trenell
Dr Thomas Ploetz
et al.
Movement recognition technology as a method of assessing spontaneous general movements in high risk infants2015
Dr Win Tin
Unni Wariyar OBE
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Ravi Swamy
Dr C Harikumar
et al.
Predicting severe motor impairment in preterm children at age 5 years2015
Dr Christopher Stewart
Dr Tom Skeath
Dr Sara Fernstad
Dr John Perry
Dr Janet Berrington
et al.
Preterm gut microbiota and metabolome following discharge from intensive care2015
Professor Sunil Sinha
Dr Win Tin
Unni Wariyar OBE
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Ravi Swamy
et al.
Social variables predict gains in cognitive scores across the preschool years in children with birth weights 500 to 1250 grams2015
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Professor Judith Rankin
The BRACELET study: implications for the design of randomised control trials in neonatal and paediatric intensive care2015
Dr Claire Wood
Professor Nicholas Embleton
The Developmental Origins of Osteoporosis2015
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Ben Cole
Congenital epulis: from birth to childhood2014
Dr Anna Basu
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Does the Lacey Assessment predict cerebral palsy in extremely preterm infants? A pilot study2014
Dr Eleri Williams
Dr Janet Berrington
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Peter James
Feasibility and acceptability of targeted screening for congenital CMV-related hearing loss2014
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Claire Wood
Growth, bone health, and later outcomes in infants born preterm2014
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Bernd Reichert
Neonatal invasive fungal infection in England 2004-20102014
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Practice of Parenteral Nutrition in VLBW and ELBW Infants2014
Dr Robert Tinnion
Professor Timothy Cheetham
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Preterm birth and subsequent insulin sensitivity: a systematic review2014
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Probiotics for preterm neonates: parents' perspectives and present prevalence2014
Dr Janet Berrington
Dr Christopher Stewart
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Proportionate Reduction in Uncertainty of Late Onset Infection in Pre-term Infants by Neutrophil CD64 Measurement2014
Dr Judy Richards
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Professor Judith Rankin
Reproductive loss from a multiple pregnancy: parent's perspectives2014
Professor Judith Rankin
Dr Jenni Jardine
Dr Svetlana Glinyanaya
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Self-reported quality of life in 8-12 year old children born with gastroschisis: a pilot study2014
Professor Judith Rankin
Dr Jenni Jardine
Dr Svetlana Glinyanaya
Emerita Professor Helen McConachie
Professor Nicholas Embleton
et al.
Self-reported quality of life in children aged less than 12 years with chronic health conditions of perinatal origin: a systematic review2014
Dr Jenni Jardine
Dr Svetlana Glinyanaya
Emerita Professor Helen McConachie
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Professor Judith Rankin
et al.
Self-Reported Quality of Life of Young Children With Conditions From Early Infancy: A Systematic Review2014
Dr Janet Berrington
Professor Nicholas Embleton
The Nasopharyngeal Microbiota: An Important Window of Opportunity2014
Dr Janet Berrington
Dr Christopher Stewart
Professor Nicholas Embleton
The neonatal bowel microbiome in health and infection2014
Dr Christopher Stewart
Dr Clare Lanyon
Dr John Perry
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Janet Berrington
et al.
Bacterial and fungal viability in the preterm gut: NEC and sepsis2013
Dr Claire Wood
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Bone Mineral Density and Osteoporosis after Preterm Birth: The Role of Early Life Factors and Nutrition2013
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Claire Wood
Dr Robert Tinnion
Catch up growth and the developmental origins of health and disease (DOHaD) in preterm infants2013
Dr Christopher Stewart
Dr Clare Lanyon
Dr John Perry
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Janet Berrington
et al.
Development of the Preterm Gut Microbiome in Twins at Risk of Necrotising Enterocolitis and Sepsis2013
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Early Nutrition and Later Outcomes in Preterm Infants2013
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Effectiveness of Human Milk-Based Fortifiers for Preventing Necrotizing Enterocolitis in Preterm Infants: Case Not Proven2013
Dr Claire Wood
Dr Robert Tinnion
Dr Srinivasa Korada
Professor Timothy Cheetham
Professor Caroline Relton
et al.
Growth and metabolic outcome in adolescents born preterm (GROWMORE): follow-up protocol for the Newcastle preterm birth growth study (PTBGS)2013
Dr Janet Berrington
Dr Christopher Stewart
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Gut microbiota in preterm infants: assessment and relevance to health and disease2013
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Janet Berrington
Dr Christopher Stewart
Lactoferrin: Antimicrobial activity and therapeutic potential2013
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Multinutrient fortification of human breast milk for preterm infants following hospital discharge2013
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Quality of newborn care: adherence to guidelines for parenteral nutrition in preterm infants in four European countries2013
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Professor Judith Rankin
Reproductive loss from a multiple pregnancy: Health professionals' perspectives2013
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Stephen Turner
Dr Janet Berrington
Successful blood salvaging from preterm infants: maximizing opportunities, minimizing interventions2013
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Mary Bythell
Dr Janet Berrington
The changing profile of infant mortality from bacterial, viral and fungal infection over two decades2013
Dr Eleri Williams
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Mary Bythell
Dr Janet Berrington
Viral Infections: Contributions to Late Fetal Death, Stillbirth, and Infant Death2013
Dr Svetlana Glinyanaya
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Professor Judith Rankin
A systematic review of studies of quality of life in children and adults with selected congenital anomalies2012
Valerie Turcot
Dr Alexandra Groom
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Kate Potter
Professor Nicholas Embleton
et al.
Bioinformatic selection of putative epigenetically regulated loci associated with obesity using gene expression data2012
Dr Janet Berrington
Mary Bythell
Dr Christopher Wright
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Deaths in Preterm Infants: Changing Pathology Over 2 Decades2012
Professor Caroline Relton
Dr Alexandra Groom
Dr Daniel Swan
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Professor Mark Pearce
et al.
DNA methylation patterns in cord blood DNA and body size in childhood2012
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Enteral feeding practices in very preterm infants: an international survey2012
Dr Ruth Graham
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Allison Farnworth
Dr Kathy Mason
Professor Judith Rankin
et al.
Experiences of Reproductive Loss: the importance of professional discretion in caring for a patient group with diverse views2012
Dr Robert Tinnion
Professor Nicholas Embleton
How to use... alkaline phosphatase in neonatology2012
Dr Alexandra Groom
Dr Kate Potter
Valerie Turcot
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Nicholas Embleton
et al.
Postnatal Growth and DNA Methylation Are Associated With Differential Gene Expression of the TACSTD2 Gene and Childhood Fat Mass2012
Dr Christopher Stewart
Dr Clare Lanyon
Dr John Perry
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Janet Berrington
et al.
The preterm gut microbiota: changes associated with necrotizing enterocolitis and infection2012
Dr Sam Richmond
Dr Christopher Wren
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Changes in fetal prevalence and outcome for trisomies 13 and 18: a population-based study over 23 years2011
Professor Caroline Relton
Dr Alexandra Groom
Dr Daniel Swan
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Professor Mark Pearce
et al.
DNA Methylation Patterns in Cord Blood DNA Predict Body Size in Childhood2011
Dr Alexandra Groom
Dr Hannah Elliott
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Professor Caroline Relton
Epigenetics and child health: basic principles2011
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Neonatal infections in England: the NeonIN surveillance network2011
Dr Alexandra Groom
Dr Kate Potter
Valerie Turcot
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Nicholas Embleton
et al.
Postnatal Growth Is Associated with DNA Methylation and Childhood Adiposity: Using Genetic Variation to Infer the Direction of Causation2011
Dr Svetlana Glinyanaya
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Professor Judith Rankin
Quality of life in children and adults with congenital gastro-intestinal anomalies: a systematic review2011
Dr Sunil Bhopal
Dr Kay Mann
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Professor Timothy Cheetham
Professor Mark Pearce
et al.
The Influence of Early Growth on Bone Mineral Density at Age 9-14 Years in Children Born Preterm2011
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Enteral Nutrient Supply for Preterm Infants: Commentary From the European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition Committee on Nutrition2010
Dr Ruth Graham
Dr Kathy Mason
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Professor Judith Rankin
Professor Steve Robson
et al.
Communication and identity in parent and health professional accounts of withdrawing life-sustaining treatments from sick neonates2009
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Depressed skull fracture in a newborn baby2009
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Janet Berrington
Giving vancomycin as a continuous infusion2009
Dr Ruth Graham
Dr Kathy Mason
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Professor Judith Rankin
Professor Steve Robson
et al.
Parent and health professional experiences of treatment withdrawal from sick neonates2009
Charlotte Buswell
Paula Leslie
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Michael Drinnan
Oral-motor Dysfunction at 10 Months Corrected Gestational Age in Infants Born Less Than 37 Weeks Preterm2008
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Optimal protein and energy intakes in preterm infants2007
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Whistle blowing in clinical diagnosis2007
Richard Cooke
Professor Nicholas Embleton
High protein pre-term infant formula: Effect on nutrient balance, metabolic status and growth2006
Dr Nadeem Moghal
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Management of acute renal failure in the newborn2006
Dr Christian Harkensee
Dr Malcolm Brodlie
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Michael McKean
Passive immunisation of preterm infants with palivizumab against RSV infection2006
Dr Ravi Swamy
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Red blood cell transfusions in preterm infants: Is there a difference between restrictive and liberal criteria?2006
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Christian Harkensee
Dr Michael McKean
Palivizumab for preterm infants. Is it worth it?2005
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Richard Cooke
Protein requirements in preterm infants: Effect of different levels of protein intake on growth and body composition2005
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Alan Fenton
Towards safer neonatal transfer: the importance of critical incident review2005
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Galvanised by a rash diagnosis2004
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Introduction of enteral feeds in preterm infants2004
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Martin Ward Platt
Management of hypoglycaemia in the newborn2003
Richard Cooke
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Nutrient balance and metabolic status in preterm infants fed two levels of dietary protein2002
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Risk factors for early onset neonatal group B streptococcal sepsis: case-control study2002
Richard Cooke
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Jenny Wells
Feeding preterm infants after hospital discharge: Growth and development at 18 months of age2001
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Fetal and neonatal death from maternally acquired infection2001
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr David Milligan
Foot length, an accurate predictor of nasotracheal tube length in neonates2001
Dr Christopher Wright
Dr Alan Fenton
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Neonatal necropsy2001
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Richard Cooke
Postnatal malnutrition and growth retardation: An inevitable consequence of current recommendations in preterm infants?2001
Richard Cooke
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Feeding issues in preterm infants2000
Richard Cooke
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Feeding preterm infants after hospital discharge: Effect of diet on body composition1999
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Unni Wariyar OBE
Mortality from early onset group B streptococcal infection in the United Kingdom1999
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Richard Cooke
Regional changes in body composition of preterm infants during infancy1999
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Richard Cooke
Systematic underfeeding of preterm infants on neonatal intensive care units1999