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2018
Handley SC, Passarella M, Lee HC, Lorch SA.  2018.  Incidence Trends and Risk Factor Variation in Severe Intraventricular Hemorrhage across a Population Based Cohort.. J Pediatr. 200:24-29.e3.
2016
Kantorowska A, Wei JC, Cohen RS, Lawrence RA, Gould JB, Lee HC.  2016.  Impact of Donor Milk Availability on Breast Milk Use and Necrotizing Enterocolitis Rates.. Pediatrics. 137(3):e20153123.
2015
Akula VPriya, Joe P, Thusu K, Davis AS, Tamaresis JS, Kim S, Shimotake TK, Butler S, Honold J, Kuzniewicz M et al..  2015.  A randomized clinical trial of therapeutic hypothermia mode during transport for neonatal encephalopathy.. J Pediatr. 166(4):856-61.e1-2.
Hintz SR, Gould JB, Bennett MV, Gray EE, Kagawa KJ, Schulman J, Murphy B, Villarin-Duenas G, Lee HC.  2015.  Referral of very low birth weight infants to high-risk follow-up at neonatal intensive care unit discharge varies widely across California.. J Pediatr. 166(2):289-95.
2012
Tang BG, Feldman HM, Huffman LC, Kagawa KJ, Gould JB.  2012.  Missed opportunities in the referral of high-risk infants to early intervention.. Pediatrics. 129(6):1027-34.
Moore T, Hennessy EM, Myles J, Johnson SJ, Draper ES, Costeloe KL, Marlow N.  2012.  Neurological and developmental outcome in extremely preterm children born in England in 1995 and 2006: the EPICure studies.. BMJ. 345:e7961.
Shankaran S, Laptook AR, McDonald SA, Higgins RD, Tyson JE, Ehrenkranz RA, Das A, Sant'Anna G, Goldberg RN, Bara R et al..  2012.  Temperature profile and outcomes of neonates undergoing whole body hypothermia for neonatal hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy.. Pediatr Crit Care Med. 13(1):53-9.
2010
Spittle AJ, Anderson PJ, Lee KJ, Ferretti C, Eeles A, Orton J, Boyd RN, Inder T, Doyle LW.  2010.  Preventive care at home for very preterm infants improves infant and caregiver outcomes at 2 years.. Pediatrics. 126(1):e171-8.
2008
Chyi LJ, Lee HC, Hintz SR, Gould JB, Sutcliffe TL.  2008.  School outcomes of late preterm infants: special needs and challenges for infants born at 32 to 36 weeks gestation.. J Pediatr. 153(1):25-31.
2001
Callanan C, Doyle L, Rickards A, Kelly E, Ford G, Davis N.  2001.  Children followed with difficulty: how do they differ? J Paediatr Child Health. 37(2):152-6.