Mary Sullivan - College of Nursing Urban Health Research Conference - Wayne State University
Brain Development in Preterm Infants Video – Brigham and Women’s Hospital
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Lavallee, D. (2013, Spring). Nursing profs deliver big baby news. Quadrangles: URI Alumni Association, 26-29.
Rosewood Productions & University of Rhode Island, Department of Marketing. (2013). Baby Talk: Unlocking the Secrets of the Baby Brain. Providence, RI: Rhode Island PBS.
Rosewood Productions & University of Rhode Island, Department of Marketing (2013). Baby Talk: Unlocking the Secrets of the Baby Brain. Providence, RI: Rhode Island PBS. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8jjxG2DNr_g
50Plus Prime (September, 2016). Episode 319: Longitudinal study of premature infants with nursing professor Mary Sullivan. [National television program featuring baby boomers and their contributions].