About Us

The International Perinatal Brain and Behavior Network (IPBBN), is an interest group of the International Society for Developmental Psychobiology with interests in advancing research and researchers in conducting investigations of prenatal, perinatal and early postnatal human development. The overall purpose is to benefit the youngest members of our society. Members of the network conduct methodologically sound and ethical research on the fetus, perinate and newborn. They share information and expertise with network members. They work together to attract and support new investigators of prenatal, perinatal and early postnatal development.

Latest News

Meet our new Student Reps

IPBBN is excited to introduce our student representatives: Jasmine Hect, B.Sc. University of Pittsburgh Rebecca Lipschutz, M.S., University of Houston Abdul Ibrahim, University of Capetown Our student representatives will help …

WANTED: IPBBN Student Representative!

The International Perinatal Brain and Behavior Network (IPBBN) is looking for Student Representatives! Background The purpose of the International Perinatal Brain and Behavior Network (IPBBN) is an interest group of …

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS ISDP – Abstract deadline June 1, 2019

52nd Annual Meeting of the International Society for Developmental Psychobiology October 16-18, 2019Swissôtel Chicago, Chicago, USA Early Bird Registration Deadline:July 15, 2019 Abstract Instructions The deadline for submission of abstracts  …

Developmental Neuroscience Videos

Take a look at the YouTube channel of Dr. Marion van den Heuvel: Developmental Neuroscience Videos! Learn more about research in Developmental Neuropsychology. Marion shares tasks that her lab developed, …

Work of our network members

Highlighted Projects

Brabant Study
Fetus / Mother / Pregnancy
IUGR Risk Selection Study
Baby / IUGR / Perinatal / Pregnancy
Living to the full during pregnancy
Depression / Pregnancy
The FinnBrain Cohort
Opioids during pregnancy
Back to work after maternity leave: Consequences for infant development?

Developmental Neuroscience Videos

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