The 10 anniversary World Congress 'Lifecourse Health and Disease: Observations, Experiments and Interventions’ will take place in Rotterdam between 15th and 18th October 2017.
Males who are overweight in childhood but achieve normal weight as young adults do not have an increased risk of type 2 diabetes in adulthood, compared to men who were never overweight.
The University of Lincoln is enjoying an exciting period of expansion and is seeking to further support and develop research in the school through the creation of a 3-year Early Career Research Lectureship. This post is to work within the expanding developmental psychopathology team headed by Professor Alina Rodriguez.
DynaHEALTH Partner Erasmus Medical Centre is involved in the LEaDing Fellows Programme, a Marie Curie Fellowship program for postdocs.
This paper 'Using Genetic Variation to Explore the Causal Effect of Maternal Pregnancy Adiposity on Future Offspring Adiposity: A Mendelian Randomisation Study' was published in January 2017 in PLOS Medicine.
DynaHEALTH Partner representatives from Beta and the University of Oulu recently hosted a meeting with a number of external policymakers and healthcare professionals from the South Yorkshire region of the UK, where the prevalence of obesity and type 2 diabetes is high.
This paper 'Associations of genetic risk scores based on adult adiposity pathways with childhood growth and adiposity measures' was published in August 2016 in BMC Genetics, Volume 17, p120.
This paper 'Randomized Trial of a Lifestyle Program in Obese Infertile Women' was published in May 2016 in The New England Journal of Medicine, Volume 374, Issue 20, p1942-1953.
Publication: Developmental Origins of Health and Disease from a small body size at birth to epigenetics
This paper 'Developmental Origins of Health and Disease from a small body size at birth to epigenetics' was published in June 2016 in Annals of Medicine, Volume 8, p1-12.
This paper 'Influence of common genetic variants on childhood kidney outcomes' was published in July 2016 in Pediatric Research, Volume 80, Issue 1, p60-66.