Professor Jeanie Cheong

Professor Jeanie Cheong is a Neonatal Paediatrician based at the Royal Women’s Hospital in Melbourne. She is an international leader in the field of long-term outcomes of high-risk preterm infants, and has expertise in neonatal neurology and neuroimaging.

She is the Director of the NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence in Newborn Medicine, and heads the Victorian Infant Collaborative Study, the longest running epidemiological program of research on outcomes following extremely preterm birth. Her other leadership roles include Co-Group Leader, Victorian Infant Brain Studies and Lead, High-Risk Infant Flagship, both at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute.

Jeanie sits on the AIROPLANE Trial Steering Committee. 

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