Evelyn G. Lipper, M.D.


  1. Lipper E, Lee KS, Gartner LM, Grellong B: Determinants of neurobehavioral outcome in low birth weight infants. Pediatrics 67:502-505, 1981.
  2. Anisfeld E, Lipper E: Early contact, social support, and maternal-infant bonding. Pediatrics 72:79-83, 1983.
  3. Anisfeld E, Curry MA, Hales DJ, Kennell JH, Klaus HH, Lipper E, O’Connor S, Siegel E, Sosa R:  Maternal infant bonding, a joint rebuttal, Pediatrics 72:569-571, 1983.
  4. Voorhies T, Lipper E, Vannucci R, Auld PAM: Occlusive vascular disease in asphyxiated newborn infants, Journal of Pediatrics 105:92-96.
  5. Ross G, Lipper EG, Auld PAM: Physical growth and developmental outcome of very low birth-weight & premature infants at 3 years of age, Journal of Pediatrics 107:284-286, 1985.
  6. Ross G, Lipper EG, Auld PAM: Consistency and change in the development of premature infants less than 1501 grams at birth, Pediatrics, 76:885-891, 1985.  
  7. Ross G, Lipper EG, Auld PAM: Early predictors of preschool neurodevelopmental outcome of very low birth-weight infants. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology, Vol. 28:303-309, 1986.                
  8. Lipper E, Voorhies T, Ross G, Vannucci R, Auld PAM: Early predictors of one year outcome in infants asphyxiated birth. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology 28:303-309.
  9. Lee, BCP, Lipper E, Nass R, et al: Magnetic resonance imaging of the central nervous system in neonates and young children. American Journal of Neuroradiology 7:605-616, 1986.
  10. Ross G, Lipper EG, Auld PAM: Hand preference of four-year old children; its relationship to premature birth and neurodevelopmental outcome. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology, 29:615-622, 1987.
  11. Lipper EG, Ross GS, Heier L, Nass R: Magnetic resonance imaging in children of very low birthweight and suspected brain abnormalities. Journal of Pediatrics 113:1046-1049, 1988.
  12. Ross G, Lipper EG, Auld PAM: Social competence and behavior problems in premature children at school age. Pediatrics 86:391-397, 1990.
  13. Ross GS, Lipper EG, Auld PAM: Growth achievement and neurodevelopmental outcome of very low birthweight children at school age. Journal of Pediatrics, 117:307-309, 1990.
  14. Lipper EG, Ross GS, Auld PAM, Glassman M: Survival and outcome of infants < 800 grams at birth. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology. 163:146-150, 1990.
  15. Ross G, Lipper EG, Auld PAM: Educational status and school related abilities of very low birthweight premature children. Pediatrics 88:1125-1134, 1991.
  16. Ross G, Lipper EG, Auld PAM: Hand preference, prematurity and developmental outcome at school age. Neuropsychologia 30(5):483-494.
  17. Giampetro PH, Haas BR, Lipper EG et al: Fragile X syndrome in two siblings with major congenital malformations. American Journal of Medical Genetics 63:396-400, 1996.
  18. Lipper EG, Farr MJ, Marchese C, et al: Partnerships in school care: meeting the needs of New York City’s school children with complex medical conditions. American Journal Public Health 87(2):291-293, 1997.
  19. Ward, MJ, Lee, S, Lipper, E: Failure-to-thrive is associated with disorganized infant-mother attachment and unresolved maternal attachment. Infant Mental Health Journal 21(6);428-442, 2000.     
  20. Ross, GS, Lipper EG, Abramson D, and Preiser, L: The development of young children with retinoblastoma.  Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine 155:80-83, 2001.
  21. Gutman AH, Ross GS, Lipper EG, Ward MJ: Developmental status of children with failure-to-thrive. Accepted for publication, 2002.
  22. Ross GS, Lipper EG, Preiser L, Auld PAM: Prediction of mortality and developmental outcome of infants with birth weights less than 650 grams. Submitted for publication, 2002.
  23. Ward, M.J., Pauliny, J.E., Lipper, E.G., & Bussel, J.B. (in press). Long-term effects of fetal and neonatal alloimmune thrombocytopenia and its antenatal treatment on the medical and developmental outcomes of affected children. Journal of Perinatology.

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