Join us in congratulating Associate Professor Angela Lupatelli on receiving funding for her research!
PharmaSafe's Angela Lupatelli and USIT's Luigi Maglanoc have written a blog post about the importance IT-support in a large COVID-19 vaccine project.
Please join us in congratulating Prof. Nordeng on her publication record for 2021.
Associate Professor Angela Lupatelli and postdoc Nhung Trinh presented their work "Long-term safety of antidepressants in pregnancy on metabolic health outcomes in offspring" as a talk at a symposium at the 2022 Biennial Conference of the International Marcé Society in London.
PharmaSafe and UiO:RealArt were fortunate to receive funding for eleven summer students from UiO:Life Science this past summer. All summer students presented their work in a closing event on October 13, and we are proud to say that the PharmaSafe and UiO:RealArt students participated in this event.
Researchers affiliated with PharmaSafe organized a two-day workshop on the use of (epi)genetic data in pharmacoepidemiology. National and international speakers gave talks and interacted with engaged participants. The workshop was supported by UiO:Life Science and the International Alliance for PharmacoGenetic Epidemiology Excellence (iAPOGEE).
PharmaSafe researchers have published a new paper entitled “Medication Use among Immigrants from Syria Living in Western Norway: A Cross-Sectional Study”
Please join us in welcoming four new PharmaSafe members. They introduce themselves below!
Are you interested in how genetic and epigenetic data can be used to gain new insights in epidemiology?
In June 2022 Johanne Naper Trønnes and Gerd Marie Harris defended their PhDs, and this summer their last papers were published!
PharmaSafe researchers Jing Zhao and Elisabeth Pedersen attended the Second General Assembly of VERDI in Padua, Italy, June 28–30.
PharmaSafe postdoc Nhung Trinh and PhD student Emilie Willoch Olstad attended the one-week summer course “Genetic and Epigenetic Epidemiology” in Florence, Italy, organised by the European Educational Programme in Epidemiology (EEPE). The course covered both fundamental knowledge and emerging methodologies within the field, presented by lecturers at the forefront of genetic and epigenetic epidemiological research.
On behalf of PharmaSafe, Eimir Hurley presented the work that has been done to transform the Norwegian data to the OMOP Common Data Model.
PharmaSafe researchers have published a new article, "Low reliability of DNA methylation across Illumina Infinium platforms in cord blood: implications for replication studies and meta-analyses of prenatal exposures", in Clinical Epigenetics. Read it here.
Helga Gardarsdottir, PhD, associate professor at Utrecht Center For Pharmaceutical Policy and Regulation, will give a lecture in Gydas vei 8, Auditorium 1, June 23, 14.00-15.00. The title of the lecture is "Real World Evidence for regulatory and clinical decision making". Please see the poster below.
Andrea Margulis, MD, ScD, ScM, Director of Epidemiology, RTI Health Solutions, will give a lecture in Gydas vei 8, auditorium 1, 15.30-16.30, June 9, 2022. The title of the lecture is "Perinatal pharmacoepidemiology: a literature review on completeness of reporting". Please see the poster below.