Janet Soul, MD, director of Boston Children's Neonatal Neurology Clinic, delivered a talk, "Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy and Neuroprotection," at the Elliot Hospital Newborn Intensive Care Unit Conference in Manchester, NH in September 2011.
In a story aired August 31, 2010 on National Public Radio’s “All Things Considered,” Janet Soul, MD provided comment about a study showing that babies born just a few weeks early have an increased risk of cerebral palsy. Click “Listen to the Story” to hear Dr. Soul’s comments.
A spring 2008 article in Vector, Boston Children’s blog about research discoveries, tells the story of one of our patients and covers some of the work we are doing to find treatments for seizures in newborns.
A February 2008 article in Pediatric Views, Boston Children's newsletter for health professionals, discusses the hypothermia protocol used by neonatal specialists at Children’s to prevent brain injury from hypoxia-ischemia, or loss of oxygen and/or blood at birth.