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Welcome to the Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics Research Group!

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Lab News

International Innovation features the Preemie Language Study in its new issue. Read more here.

Dr. Feldman discusses redesigning health care for children with disabilities. Watch it here.

The San Francisco Chronicle features the Rolfing for Children with Cerebral Palsy study in a December 2012 issue. Read more here.

The Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics Research Group (DBPR Research Group) is dedicated to learning about and investigating the many facets of typical and atypical development across childhood and adolescence. Using state-of-the-art neurobiological, clinical, and physical technologies, we conduct research on a broad range of topics, including reading in young school-aged children, language development in preterm infants, problem-solving in preschoolers, and myofascial structural integration (rolfing) on children with cerebral palsy.

Our mission is to:

  • Ask and address relevant and provocative questions to support and contribute to the current neurobiological and psychological discussions regarding child development.
  • To conduct innovative and rigorous research by employing the latest techniques available to the fields of medicine and psychology.
  • Foster a collaborative environment among researchers and scientists across all disciplines at the Stanford School of Medicine and Stanford University.
  • Provide an educational and safe experience for students, children, parents, doctors, and members of the Stanford community at large.
  • Create interventions that can help children reach their greatest potential.


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