Jason Cheong

2009-2011 Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), Singapore 
"Jason Cheong"
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Cheong JLY, Olsen JE, Lee KJ, et al. (2021) Temporal Trends in Neurodevelopmental Outcomes to 2 Years After Extremely Preterm Birth. Jama Pediatrics
Collins SE, Thompson DK, Kelly CE, et al. (2021) Development of brain white matter and math computation ability in children born very preterm and full-term. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. 51: 100987
Gilchrist CP, Thompson DK, Alexander B, et al. (2021) Growth of prefrontal and limbic brain regions and anxiety disorders in children born very preterm. Psychological Medicine. 1-12
Eves R, Mendonça M, Baumann N, et al. (2021) Association of Very Preterm Birth or Very Low Birth Weight With Intelligence in Adulthood: An Individual Participant Data Meta-analysis. Jama Pediatrics
Gould JF, Roberts RM, Anderson PJ, et al. (2021) Protocol for assessing if behavioural functioning of infants born <29 weeks' gestation is improved by omega-3 long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids: follow-up of a randomised controlled trial. Bmj Open. 11: e044740
Haikerwal A, Doyle LW, Wark JD, et al. (2021) Wildfire smoke exposure and respiratory health outcomes in young adults born extremely preterm or extremely low birthweight. Environmental Research. 111159
Letunica N, Cai T, Cheong JLY, et al. (2021) The use of proteomics for blood biomarker research in premature infants: a scoping review. Clinical Proteomics. 18: 13
Boland RA, Cheong JLY, Stewart MJ, et al. (2021) Temporal changes in rates of active management and infant survival following live birth at 22-24 weeks' gestation in Victoria. The Australian & New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Spittle AJ, Anderson PJ, Tapawan SJ, et al. (2021) Early developmental screening and intervention for high-risk neonates - From research to clinical benefits. Seminars in Fetal & Neonatal Medicine. 101203
Cheong J, Cameron KLI, Thompson D, et al. (2021) Impact of moderate and late preterm birth on neurodevelopment, brain development and respiratory health at school age: protocol for a longitudinal cohort study (LaPrem study). Bmj Open. 11: e044491
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