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Prof. Dr. Oskar Jenni - Entwicklungspädiatriemore information

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Completed research projects

Project leader Project title
Caflisch Zurich studies on neuromotor development from 3 to 18 years of age
Dimitropoulos Latal Brain Injury and Brain Development in Fetuses with Congenital Heart Disease
Fischer Coping, psychosocial stress and quality of life in parents of children with congenital heart disease
Effect of subjective and objective staff job stress on quality of care
Gasser Largo Zurich longitudinal studies on somatic growth
Geissmann Late Talkers during Early Childhood: Predicitve Factors for Specific Language Impairment
Jenni Developmental coordination disorder in children: towards a more precise evaluation of the clinical picture and the underlying mechanisms
Pediatric private practice: services and expectations
Zurich Studies on neuromotor development (from 3 to 55 years of age)
A developmental approach for the treatment of children‘s sleep problems
The development of children after cochlear implantation
Developmental delay during childhood: etiology, long-term course and predicition
Jenni Latal Analysis of the Zurich Longitudinal Studies
Largo Sleep duration from infancy to adolescence
Latal Congenital Hypothyroidism: Long-term Intellectual and Outcome after Early High-Dose Treatment
Long-term neurodevelopmental outcome after neonatal encephalopathy: correlation with MRI findings
The role of postnatal growth in determining neurodevelopmental outcome in very low birth weight children
Spectrum and severity of neurodevelopmental impairments in relation to cerebral magnetic resonance imaging findings in adolescents after open-heart-surgery for congenital heart disease
Spectrum and severity of neurodevelopmental impairments in relation to cerebral magnetic resonance imaging findings in adolescents after open-heart-surgery for congenital heart disease
Spectrum of neurodevelopmental impairments in children with congenital diaphragmatic hernia
Latal Bernet Prediction of postoperative and long-term neurodevelopment outcome using CFM (cerebral function monitoring) in newborns with congenital heart disease undergoing open-heart surgery
Neurodevelopmental outcome and quality of life in children after congenital diaphragmatic hernia repair
Latal Bucher Prediction of neurodevelopment outcome in very preterm infants using cerebral function monitoring
Latal Klaver Visual perception in very low birth weight children: relating fMRI to neurodevelopmental profiles
Latal Landolt Health, neurodevelopment and quality of life in children before and after cardiac bypass surgery for congenital heart disease
Latal Laube Outcome after renal transplant: intellectual and motor performance
Malich Phenotypic heterogeneity of growth and psychometric intelligence in Prader-Willi syndrome: Variable expression of a contiguous gene syndrome or parent-child resemblance?
Molinari Zurich Longitudinal Studies on somatic growth
Puder Jenni Kriemler Munsch Relationship of stress and physical activity with psychological and physiological health in young children


Last update 01.01.2016