The VAURAS project aims to understand the developmental effects of early brain damage in babies.
The project recruits both preterm and full-term babies. The early development of the baby brain is studied by measuring brainwave activity in addition to brain imaging.
The baby’s neurological and neurocognitive development is studied and observed using various methods, such as standardized neurological assessments, sleep mattress, EEG, evoked responses, video-based movement analyses, and eye tracker studies.
The majority of these assessments takes place within the first few months of life. In addition, the child’s development is followed up until the age of two years.
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