We collaborate with several prestigious Universities in the UK and continental Europe.
A selection of our academic collaborations is listed below, in alphabetical order.
We act as public engagement partner
BabyBrains has collaborated with Dr Silvia Rigato at the Essex Babylab for several years. Our first longitudinal research project (It All Starts In the Womb) is drawing to an end and we are beginning to see mind-blowing data about perinatal wellbeing for mothers and how this is related to their children development.
We are also enthusiastic members of the From the Womb to the World Multidisciplinary Group with the goal ok making science more accessible to parents.
Dr Silvia Dalvit has been invited to offer lectures on Public Engagement as part of the MSc Psychology at the University of Essex, while Dr Silvia Rigato is a regular guest at BabyBrains.
In collaboration with three wonderful babylabs - Goldsmiths, Essex, and Oxford - we are investigating perinatal well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic. If you are expecting or have a baby younger than 12 months, you can participate (click here) and get a chance to win a ticket to the BabyBrains online workshop starting on 13th May 2020 facilitated by our founder Dr Silvia Dalvit Menabe. Please note that the workshop will be recorded and used for training purposes.
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BabyBrains is part of a large workgroup that brings together many universities from the whole of Europe
with the goal of studying the social development of the human infant in depth. BabyBrains is the
public engagement partner and offers internship placements to a number of students, as well as
education on how to use science to empower parents. This project is coordinated by Dr Tomalsky
and funded by Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions.