TIMMS -- The Infant Mortality and Morbidity Studies
The Infant Mortality and Morbidity Studies (TIMMS) is a collaborative multi-disciplinary group of researchers undertaking international, national and international research with expertise in epidemiology, statistics, neonatology, psychology, sociology and database application development.
Our aims are to investigate the causes, consequences, and management of morbidity and mortality of the fetus, infant, and child related to pregnancy, delivery, infancy and childhood in defined populations in order to influence policy, education and clinical practice in reproductive, perinatal and paediatric medicine.
Dr Samantha Johnson appeared on BBC Inside Out East Midlands to explain the long term consequences of extremely premature birth
Review of early and long-term outcome of infants born extremely preterm was journal's third most-read article during December 2016
Two new PhD students join TIMMS in order to explore vital issues to help reduce perinatal mortality