*Trainee supervised by Dr. Grunau
Grunau RE, Whitfield MF, Petrie-Thomas J, Synnes A, Cepeda IL, Keidar A, Rogers M, MacKay M, Hubber-Richard P, Johannesen D. Neonatal pain, parenting stress and interaction, in relation to cognitive and motor development at 8 and 18 months in preterm infants. Pain, 2009; 143:138–146.
*Doesburg SM, Herdman AT, Ribary U, Cheung T, Moiseev A, Weinberg H, Liotti M, Weeks D, Grunau RE. Long-range synchronization and local desynchronization of alpha oscillations during visual short-term memory retention in children. Experimental Brain Research, 2010;201(4):719-727.
Holsti L, Grunau RE. Considerations for using sucrose to reduce procedural pain in preterm infants. Pediatrics, 2010;125(5):1042-1047.
Grunau RE, *Tu MT, Whitfield MF, Oberlander TF, Weinberg J, Yu W, Thiessen P, Gosse G, Scheifele D. Cortisol, behavior and heart rate reactivity to immunization pain at 4 months corrected age in infants born very preterm. Clinical Journal of Pain, 2010;26 (8):698-704.
*Doesburg SM, Ribary U, Herdman AT, Miller SP, Poskitt KJ, Moiseev A, Whitfield MF, Synnes A, Grunau RE. Altered long-range alpha-band synchronization during visual short-term memory retention in children born very preterm. Neuroimage, 2011; 54(3): 2330-2339.
*Brummelte S, Grunau RE, Zaidman-Zait A, Weinberg J, Nordstokke D, Cepeda IL. Cortisol levels in relation to maternal interaction and child internalizing behavior in preterm and full term children at 18 months corrected age. Developmental Psychobiology, 2011; 53(2):184-195.
Holsti L, Grunau RE, Shany E. Assessing pain in preterm infants in the neonatal intensive care unit: moving to a “brain-oriented” approach. Pain Management, 2011;1(2), 171–179.
*Brummelte S, Grunau RE, Synnes AR, Whitfield MF, Petrie-Thomas J. Declining cognitive development from 8 to 18 months in preterm children predicts persisting higher parenting stress. Early Human Development, 2011;87(4):273-280.
*Doesburg SM, Ribary U, Herdman AT, Moiseev A, Cheung T, Miller SP, Poskitt K, Weinberg H, Whitfield MF, Synnes A, Grunau RE. Magnetoencephalography reveals slowing of resting peak oscillatory frequency in children born very preterm. Pediatric Research, 2011;70(2):171-175.
Schmidt B, Anderson P, Doyle L, Dewey D, Grunau R, Asztalos E, Davis P, Tin W, Moddemann D, Solimano A, Ohlsson A, Barrington K, Roberts R. Five-Year Follow-Up of Participants in the International Caffeine for Apnea of Prematurity Trial. JAMA, 2012;307(3):275-282.
*Brummelte S, Grunau RE, Chau V, Poskitt KJ, Brant R, Vinall J, Gover A, Synnes A, Miller SP. Procedural pain and brain development in premature newborns. Annals of Neurology, 2012;71(3):385-96.
*Gover A, Brummelte S, Synnes A, Miller SP, Brant R, Weinberg J, Whitfield MF, Grunau RE. A single course of antenatal steroids did not alter resting cortisol in very preterm infants to 18 months corrected age. Acta Paediatrica, 2012;101(6):604-8.
*Vinall J, Miller SP, Chau V, *Brummelte S, Synnes A, Grunau RE. Neonatal pain in relation to postnatal growth in infants born very preterm. Pain, 2012;153(7):1374-81.
*Zwicker JG, Grunau RE, Adams E, Chau V, Brant R, Poskitt KJ, Synnes A, Miller SP. Score for Neonatal Acute Physiology-II and neonatal pain predict corticospinal tract development in premature newborns. Pediatric Neurology, 2013;48:123-129.
*Vinall, J, Grunau, RE, Brant R, Chau V, Poskitt K, Synnes AR, Miller SP. Slower postnatal growth is associated with delayed cerebral cortical maturation in preterm newborns. Science Translational Medicine, 2013;5(168):168ra8.
Grunau RE (2013). Long-term effects of pain in children. In W. Zempsky, B. Stevens, P. McGrath, S. Walker (Eds.) Oxford Textbook of Paediatric Pain, Oxford University Press, Oxford UK.
*Petrie Thomas J, Grunau RE, Oberlander T, Synnes A, Whitfield M. Focused Attention, Heart Rate Deceleration and Cognitive Development in Preterm and Full-Term Infants. Developmental Psychobiology, 2012 May;54(4):383-400
*Gover A, Chau V, Miller SP, Brant R, McFadden DE, Poskitt KJ, Synnes A, Weinberg J, Grunau RE. Prenatal and postnatal inflammation in relation to cortisol levels in preterm infants at 18 months corrected age. Journal of Perinatology. 2013 Aug;33(8):647-51.
Grunau RE, Cepeda IL, *Chau CMY, *Brummelte S, Weinberg J, Lavoie P, Ladd M, Hirschfeld AF, Russell E, Koren G, Van Uum S, Brant R, Turvey SE. Neonatal Pain-Related Stress and NFKBIA Genotype Are Associated with Altered Cortisol Levels in Preterm Boys at School Age. PLoS ONE. 2013 Sep 8(9): e73926. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0073926.
*Vinall J, Miller SP, Synnes AR, Grunau RE. Parent behaviors moderate the relationship between neonatal pain and internalizing behaviors at 18 months corrected age in children born very prematurely. Pain. 2013 Sep;154(9):1831-1839.
*Doesburg SM, *Chau CM, Cheung TP, Moiseev A, Ribary U, Herdman AT, Miller SP, Cepeda IL, Synnes A, Grunau RE. Neonatal pain-related stress, functional cortical activity and visual-perceptual abilities in school-age children born at extremely low gestational age. Pain. Oct 2013 154(10), 1946-1952
*Ranger M, *Chau CM, Garg A, Woodward TS, Beg MF, Bjornson B, Poskitt K, Fitzpatrick K, Synnes AR, Miller SP, Grunau RE. Neonatal Pain-Related Stress Predicts Cortical Thickness at Age 7 Years in Children Born Very Preterm. PLoS ONE. 2013 Oct;8(10): e76702. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0076702
Grunau RE. Neonatal pain in very preterm infants: Long-term effects on brain, neurodevelopment and pain reactivity. Rambam Maimonides Medical Journal. 2013 Oct;4(4): e0025. doi: 10.5041/RMMJ.10132.
Doesburg SM, Moiseev A, Herdman AT, Ribary U, Grunau RE. Region-specific slowing of alpha oscillations is associated with visual-perceptual abilities in children born very preterm. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 2013 Nov;7:791. doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2013.00791.
*Maimon N, Grunau RE, Cepeda IL, Friger M, Selnovik L, Gilat S, Shany E. Electroencephalographic Activity in Response to Procedural Pain in Preterm Infants Born at 28 and 33 Weeks Gestational Age. Clinical Journal of Pain, Clin J Pain. 2013 Dec;29(12):1044-1049.
*Ranger M, Synnes AR, *Vinall J, Grunau RE. Internalizing behaviours in school-age children born very preterm are predicted by neonatal pain and morphine exposure. European Journal of Pain. Published online 2013 Dec. doi: 10.1002/j.1532-2149.2013.00431.x.
*Ranger M, Grunau RE. Early repetitive pain in preterm infants in relation to the developing brain. Pain Management, 2014 Jan; 4(1):57-67.
*Vinall J, Grunau RE. Impact of repeated procedural pain-related stress in infants born very preterm. Pediatric Research. Published online, 2014 Feb. doi:10.1038/pr.2014.16
McPherson C, Grunau RE. Neonatal pain control and neurologic effects of anesthetics and sedatives in preterm infants. Clinics in Perinatology, 2014 Mar;41(1):209-27.
*Vinall J, Miller SP, Bjornson BH, Fitzpatrick KPV, Poskitt KJ, Brant R, Synnes AR, Cepeda IL, Grunau RE. Invasive procedures in preterm children: brain and cognitive development at school age. Pediatrics, 2014 Mar;133(3):412-21.