Research News

We regularly publish news from our research partners and how it is informing our services to families.

Introducing Cerebra PhD Student Caitlin Williams

My name is Caitlin Williams and I’m a second year PhD student at the University of Warwick. My PhD research ...
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Mediterranean diet or mindfulness during pregnancy reduces by one third the risk of a low birth weight baby

A clinical trial for pregnant women at high risk of a low birth weight baby demonstrates for the first time ...
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Prematurity

For most mothers pregnancy is a safe and straightforward process but for 1 in 5 unexpected complications can occur and ...
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Introduction to Cerebra PhD Student Daniel Sutherland

My name is Daniel Sutherland, and I am doing a PhD at the University of Warwick funded by Cerebra. My ...
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School And Mental Health – Survey

Our PhD student Lowri O'Donovan has put together a survey for parents of children with rare genetic conditions. Working with ...
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A Model For Early Years Family Intervention Supports

A model for Early Years family intervention supports for children with global developmental delay/ emerging learning disabilities in Wales: professional ...
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Watch Me Play!

Are you interested in taking part in a Watch Me Play! study? Watch Me Play! is a programme for parents ...
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Back to Basics: Parent Child Relationships in Families with Children who have Typical and Atypical Development

Professor Carlo Schuengel opened his CEDAR seminar series talk by reflecting on the pandemic and what a special time it ...
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Cerebra awarded Association of Medical Research Charities membership

Association of Medical Research Charities (AMRC) - Cerebra Membership The Association of Medical Research Charities (AMRC) is a membership organisation ...
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Institutionalising Parent-carer Blame

Disabled children and their families are one of the most severely disadvantaged groups in the UK. A major research report ...
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