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Young Investigator Award for Pamela!

One of our PhD-students, Pamela Browne, has recently been awarded a Young Investigator Award (YIA) by the European Society of Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition (ESPGHAN)!   The YIA is an award for young investigators to present their research at the ESPGHAN Annual Meeting, this year held in Geneva (Switzerland) from the 10th-12th of May. The … Continue reading Young Investigator Award for Pamela!

Vici-grant for Carolina!

Our lab is very happy to announce that Carolina won a 1.5 million euro Vici research grant from NWO (Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research). The prestigious Vici grant is one of the largest individual scientific prizes in the Netherlands. This year, the NWO awarded 35 Vici grants in total, distributed over all scientific disciplines. Over … Continue reading Vici-grant for Carolina!

Visit Ivory Coast – 2018

Bonnie and Carolina visited a school in Ivory Coast as part of the preparation for one of the Jacobs Foundation fellowship projects. Milk ferments that have known beneficial effects, also called probiotics, can have positive influences on health and cognition when consumed as a dietary supplement. Studies in humans demonstrate that ingestion of probiotics can … Continue reading Visit Ivory Coast – 2018

Visit Anna Truzzi – 2018

During the month of February, Anna Truzzi is visiting our lab. Anna graduated in Psychology – Neuroscience and is currently doing her PhD in Psychological and Educational Sciences at the University of Trento. Within her PhD she is working on a joint project between University of Trento (Italy), RIKEN Brain Science Institute (Japan) and Nanyang … Continue reading Visit Anna Truzzi – 2018

Jacobs Foundation Advanced Fellowship for Carolina de Weerth

Carolina received a fellowship to carry out research within the Jacobs Foundation TRECC program in Ivory Coast from 2017-2019. She will carry out studies in infants and in preschoolers, investigating whether a probiotic food supplement can be linked to better cognitive functioning. The ultimate goal is to improve children’s basic conditions for learning by achieving … Continue reading Jacobs Foundation Advanced Fellowship for Carolina de Weerth

Radboud Excellence Professorship Jude Cassidy – 2016

Professor Jude Cassidy, professor of Psychology at the University of Maryland at College Park, visited the DPB lab as part of the Radboud Excellence Professorship from September 2016 until December 2016. Professor Jude Cassidy is an expert in socio-emotional development from infancy through adolescence with an emphasis on attachment and family relationship. Additionally, she focuses on social, … Continue reading Radboud Excellence Professorship Jude Cassidy – 2016

Temperament kinderen NL versus VS – 2015

Naar aanleiding van het artikel over temperamentverschillen tussen Nederlandse en Amerikaanse kinderen is BIBO volop in het nieuws geweest! ‘Nederlandse baby’s relaxter dan Amerikaanse’ BNR.nl “Nederlandse baby’s lachen veel” LIBELLE “Nederlandse baby’s zijn blij” DE TELEGRAAF “Nederlandse baby’s lachen vaker dan Amerikaanse” DE VOLKSKRANT

Babypoep en huilen – 2013

Bacteriële blauwdruk in babypoep hangt samen met huilgedrag Datum bericht: 15 januari 2013 Aan- of afwezigheid van bepaalde bacteriën in de poep van een tot twee weken oude  baby’s hangt samen met hevig huilen een maand later. Huilbaby’s hebben twee keer zo veel proteobacteriën in hun ontlasting dan andere baby’s en juist veel minder van … Continue reading Babypoep en huilen – 2013

Radioprogramma Hoe?Zo! – 2011

Interview Carolina de Weerth in radioprogramma Hoe?Zo! Datum bericht: September 2011 In september 2011 is Carolina de Weerth geïnterviewd over de gevonden resultaten m.b.t. de relatie tussen co-sleeping en stress reactiviteit van baby’s. Dit interview was naar aanleiding van een persbericht dat uitgegeven was door de Nederlandse Organisatie voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek (NWO). Dit persbericht kunt … Continue reading Radioprogramma Hoe?Zo! – 2011