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Background Information

Employment History

Assistant Professor In the Department of Epidemiology

Harvard School of Public Health

Assistant Professor In the Department of Epidemiology

Harvard University

Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Harvard Medical School

Department of Pediatrics, Harvard Medical School

Affiliations

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Department of Neurology
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

Education

B.Ed.

MA

MA

Boston University

MA

Harvard Medical School

Ph.D.

American Academy of Sciences , online

Ph.D.

Harvard Medical School

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r. Amir Lahav of ...

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r. Amir Lahav of Harvard Medical School adds saying that exposure to noise and sounds very early in life will spill over to affect how the brain is going to function.


2016 Annual Meeting

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Amir Lahav, ScD, Department of Pediatrics, Harvard Medical School, USA.


When preemies spend a long time ...

umbrellanews.com [cached]

When preemies spend a long time in an incubator, their brains get used to the constant "white noise" of the machine's fan - different from a full-term baby who develops hearing mom's voice in the womb and thus is wired to pay more attention to voices, said Dr. Amir Lahav of Harvard Medical School.

He had mothers of preemies record themselves singing lullabies or reading stories, and filtered them along with the sound of mom's heartbeat into the incubator three times a day when she wasn't otherwise visiting. The brain's auditory cortex became more developed in babies given that extra womb-like exposure compared with preemies with typical incubator care, Lahav found. Moreover, when those babies were big enough to leave the hospital, they paid more attention to speech, he said.
"Exposure to noises and sounds very early in life will spill over to affect how our brain is going to function," Lahav said.


Blog | Infant Massage USA®

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"Preemies born this early are basically fetuses that happen to be out there by accident,"said Amir Lahav, an assistant professor of pediatrics at Harvard Medical School and senior author of the study.

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"This is part of the biological recipe for how you cook a baby," Dr. Lahav said.


Based on trials conducted by Dr. ...

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Based on trials conducted by Dr. Amir Lahav, the team's medical consultant at Harvard Medical School, Samsung is bringing a high-tech approach to help the growth of premature babies through the power of sound.

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