International Congress of Infant Studies (ICIS)
Founded as International Society on Infant Studies (ISIS). Present name adopted, 2015.
Research and study the development of children form conception to 3 years of age; promote education and research in the field of infant development and growth; research and study the role of parents, families and other caregivers of infants; develop scientifically based programs of care and intervention to promote infant development.
Events2022-07-07 | Ottawa, ON Canada – Biennial Conference
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