Department of Health Sciences
22-28 Princess Road West
University of Leicester
Leicester LE1 6TP
Tel: 00 44 116 2525444
Cognitive, educational and psychiatric outcomes following preterm birth
The impact of preterm birth on schools and education professionals.
Development of interventions to improve long-term outcomes in high-risk populations
Evaluation of the efficacy of perinatal interventions for preterm infants.
Development and validation of methods for neurodevelopmental assessment.
Late and Moderate Preterm Birth Study (LAMBS) – Senior Research Fellow
Understanding the nature and origins of mathematics disabilities in very preterm children: Implications for intervention: Premature Infants’ Skills in Mathematics (PRISM Study) – Principal Investigator. Funded by Action Medical Research.
Development and evaluation of a multimedia parenting intervention to promote motor development in infants born very preterm: Helping Our Premature infants on to better motor skills (The HOP-On Study) – Co-investigator. Funded by Action Medical Research
The impact of premature birth on mathematics achievement and schooling. Co-investigator. Funded by The Nuffield Foundation.
Postnatal brain growth and early infancy outcomes as biomarkers in very preterm children: The University College London Hospitals Preterm Development Project (UCLH-PDP) – Co-investigator. Funded by SPARKS.
- Johnson S, Hollis C, Hennessy E, Kochhar P, Wolke D & Marlow N. Screening for Autism spectrum disorders: Diagnostic utility of the Social Communication Questionnaire in extremely preterm children. Archives of Disease in Childhood 2010, EPub 27 Oct.
- Petrou S, Johnson S, Wolke D, Hollis C, Kochhar P & Marlow N. Economic costs and preference-based health-related quality of life outcomes associated with childhood psychiatric disorders. British Journal of Psychiatry 2010, 197, 395-404.
- Johnson S, Hollis C, Hennessy E, Kochhar P, Wolke D & Marlow N. Psychiatric disorders in extremely preterm children. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry 2010, 49, 453-463.
- Johnson S, Hollis C, Hennessy E, Kochhar P, Wolke D & Marlow N. Autism spectrum disorders in extremely preterm children. Journal of Pediatrics 2010, 156, 525-531.
- Samara M, Johnson S, Marlow N, Wolke D. Eating problems at six years of age in a whole population sample of children born at 25 weeks of gestation or less. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology 2010, 52, e16-22.
- Johnson S & Marlow N. Positive screening on the M-CHAT: Implications for very preterm populations. Journal of Pediatrics 2009, 154, 478-480.
- Petrou S, Abangma G, Johnson S, Wolke D & Marlow N. Costs and health utilities associated with extremely preterm birth: Evidence from the EPICure Study. Value in Health 2009, 12, 1124-1134
- Johnson S, Whitelaw A, Glazebrook C, Israel C, Turner R, White I, Croudace T, Davenport F & Marlow N. Randomised trial of a neonatal parenting intervention: Outcome at 2 years. Journal of Pediatrics 2009, 155, 488-494.
- Johnson S, Fawke J, Hennessy E, Rowell V, Trikic R, Wolke D & Marlow N. Neuro-developmental disability through 11 years of age in children born before 26 weeks of gestation. Pediatrics 2009, 124, e249-e257
- Johnson S, Wolke D, Hennessy E, Smith R, Trikic R & Marlow N. Academic attainment and special educational needs in extremely preterm children at 11 years of age: the EPICure Study. Archives of Disease in Childhood Fetal & Neonatal Edition 2009, 94, F283-F289
- Johnson S, Wolke D & Marlow N. Developmental assessment of preterm infants at 2 years: Validity of parent reports. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology 2008, 50, 58-62
- Johnson S, Wolke D & Marlow N. Outcome monitoring in preterm populations: Measures and methods. Zeitschrift fur Psychologie / Journal of Psychology 2008, 216, 135-146.
- Johnson S. Cognitive and behavioural outcomes following very preterm birth. Seminars in Fetal and Neonatal Medicine 2007, 12, 363-373
- Marlow N & Johnson S. What the teacher needs to know. Archives of Disease in Childhood 2007, 92, 945
- Johnson S & Marlow N. Assessment of the development of high risk infants in the first two years. In Cioni G & Mercuri E. (Eds.), Clinics in Developmental Medicine 2007, 176, Mac Keith Press
- Glazebrook C, Marlow N, Israel C, Croudace T, Johnson S, White I & Whitelaw A. Randomised trial of a parenting intervention during neonatal intensive care. Archives of Disease in Childhood Fetal and Neonatal Edition 2007, 92, F438-443.
- Johnson S & Marlow N. Developmental screen or developmental testing? Early Human Development 2006, 82, 173-183.
- Johnson S, Ring W, Anderson P & Marlow N. Randomised trial of parental support for families with very preterm children: Outcome at 5 years. Archives of Disease in Childhood 2005, 90, 909-915
- Johnson S, Marlow N, Wolke D, Davidson L, Marston L, O’Hare A, Peacock J & Schulte J. Validation of a parent report measure of cognitive development for very preterm infants. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology 2004, 46, 389-397.