Cynthia Ortinau

Assistant Professor of Pediatrics

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    My area of interest is in neurodevelopmental outcomes of high-risk infants, specifically those with congenital heart disease. My current research project utilizes advanced neuroimaging techniques to identify cerebral alterations in infants with congenital heart disease. My goal is to further define brain abnormalities in this population and ultimately relate these measures to long-term neurodevelopment.

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    Newborn medicine


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    • Brain charts for the human lifespan

      The PREVENT-AD Research Group, VETSA, 3R-BRAIN, AIBL, Alzheimer’s Disease Neuroimaging Initiative, Alzheimer’s Disease Repository Without Borders Investigators, CALM Team, Cam-CAN, CCNP, COBRE, cVEDA, ENIGMA Developmental Brain Age Working Group, Developing Human Connectome Project, FinnBrain, Harvard Aging Brain Study, IMAGEN, KNE96, The Mayo Clinic Study of Aging, NSPN & POND, Apr 21 2022, In: Nature. 604, 7906, p. 525-533 9 p.

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      61 Scopus citations
    • Fetal Brain Volume Predicts Neurodevelopment in Congenital Heart Disease

      Sadhwani, A., Wypij, D., Rofeberg, V., Gholipour, A., Mittleman, M., Rohde, J., Velasco-Annis, C., Calderon, J., Friedman, K. G., Tworetzky, W., Grant, P. E., Soul, J. S., Warfield, S. K., Newburger, J. W., Ortinau, C. M. & Rollins, C. K., Apr 12 2022, In: Circulation. 145, 15, p. 1108-1119 12 p.

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      10 Scopus citations
    • Partnering With Stakeholders to Inform the Co-Design of a Psychosocial Intervention for Prenatally Diagnosed Congenital Heart Disease

      Sood, E., Gramszlo, C., Perez Ramirez, A., Braley, K., Butler, S. C., Davis, J. A., Divanovic, A. A., Edwards, L. A., Kasparian, N., Kelly, S. L., Neely, T., Ortinau, C. M., Riegel, E., Shillingford, A. J. & Kazak, A. E., Apr 2022, In: Journal of Patient Experience. 9

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    • Placental delayed villous maturation is associated with fetal congenital heart disease

      O'Hare, C. B., Mangin-Heimos, K. S., Gu, H., Edmunds, M., Bebbington, M., Lee, C. K., He, M. & Ortinau, C. M., 2022, (Accepted/In press) In: American journal of obstetrics and gynecology.

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    • Proceedings of the 13th International Newborn Brain Conference: Neuro-imaging studies

      Abramsky, R., Acosta, R., Acosta Izquierdo, L., Albeshri, B., Almouqdad, M., Asfour, Y., Asfour, S., Austin, T., Bach, A., Barkovich, J., Beare, R., Ben Fadel, N., Benner, E., Berger, A., Blanco, B., Boomsma, M., Bora, S., Boswinkel, V., Chao, A., Chin, T., & 79 othersCollins-Jones, L., Cooper, R., Dagur, G., Davila, J., de Vries, L., Shesrao, L., Dovjak, G., Dubois, L., Edwards, A., El-Dib, M., Elshibiny, H., Eshel, D., Eshel, R., Ferriero, D., Gano, D., Girvan, O., Glass, H., Goeral, K., Golan, A., Goldberg, R. N., Gregory, S., Gurvitz, M., Inder, T., Jain, V., Jamjoom, D., Kadom, N., Kasprian, G., Khalil, T., Klebermass-Schrehof, K., Kleinmahon, J., Krüse-Ruijter, M., Lambing, H., Lee, S., Leemans, A., Leijser, L., Lemyre, B., Li, Y., Maltais-Bilodeau, C., Marks, K., Matak, P., McCulloch, C., Milla, S., Miller, E., Mishra, A., Mitsakakis, N., Mohammad, K., Tollenaer, S. M. D., Munster, C., Nijboer, J., Nijboer-Oosterveld, J., Nijholt, I., Novoa, R., Ortinau, C., Pegram, K., Porter, E., Prayer, D., Reddy, D., Redpath, S., Rogers, E., Schmidbauer, V., Scott, J., Sewell, E., Shany, E., Shelef, I., Singh, E., Slump, C., Steele, T., Szakmar, E., Tax, C., Thiim, K., Thompson, J. W., Uchitel, J., van Osch, J., van Wezel-Meijler, G., Verschuur, A., Wu-Smit, M. N., Yang, E., Younge, N. & Zein, H., 2022, In: Journal of Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine. 15, 2, p. 389-409 21 p.

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      Open Access