PharmaTox in Budapest
Several PharmaTox researchers attended the 28th conference of the European Network of Teratology Information Services (ENTIS) in Budapest in September 2017.
A group of 12 PharmaTox researchers attended the ENTIS conference in Budapest, September 2-5.
We had three oral presentations:
Kristina Gervin: Long-term prenatal exposure to paracetamol is associated with DNA methylation differences in children with ADHD.
Eivind Ystrøm: Paracetamol exposure in pregnancy and offspring ADHD: familial risk and confounding by indication.
Anna Frank: Patterns and predictors of hypothyroid medication use in relation to pregnancy: a drug utilization study.
We also presented four posters:
- Hedvig Nordeng (BichTroung): SafeStart - An intervention study to promote healthier pregnancies.
- Mari Spildrejorde and Martin Falck: Human embryonic stem cells as a model for paracetamol induced epigenetic deregulation and neurotoxicity.
- Gro C. Havnen: Treatment of multiple sclerosis during pregnancy and lactation - Updated national treatment guidelines in Norway.
- Mussie Ghezu Hadera: Effects of methadone in the developing chicken embryo as a model of neurodevelopmental toxicity.
We also arranged a great INTPART wokshop with our collaborators from Brazil (Lavínia Schüler-Faccini) and Russia (Ksenia Zagorodnikova).