Our vision is to improve human milk feeding among preterm infants

By doing so we aim to reduce the burden of prematurity related cognitive and physical impairment on children, families and society

Improving breastfeeding in children born premature will have lasting impacts on their long-term health and development.

Our program of research involves working with families and health care providers to understand why breastfeeding rates are lower in premature infants than full term infants, to improve breastfeeding support after birth, to optimise the use of donor human milk, and to develop new nutritional interventions that harness the unique components of human milk.

Chief Investigators
Associate Investigators
CRE Scholars
Consumer Advisory Group