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We constantly read about how toxins or drugs can affect our health in the newspapers, but what can reseachers to do understand the effects?
PharmaTox will be at Forskningstorget 20th and 21st September - Join us for a discussion!
Read more about the event here.
Dr. Rebecca Broomly from University of Manchester will give a lecture on neurodevelopment of children born to mothers with epilepsy.
In the past years there has been several publications on the association between acetaminophen during pregnancy and offspring ADHD symptoms. The aim of the webinar will be to present the recent study, discuss what it adds, and discuss what kind of future studies are needed.
Guest lecture by Post doc Stine Kleppe Krogsrud, with the title "How do brain and cognition change during development? - A neuroscience perspective on brain development".
Join us on PharmaTox open seminar series.
Attendance is free and open for everybody. Registration is required.
What makes us us? Why do we react and process things differently, and how do things we experience shape us? And have you heard about the epigenetic clock that can predict your age? How does it work, and how can the epigenetic clock be used to study neuropsychiatric disorders? Find out more about what happens to epigenetic marks in the initial stages of mouse development.
The PharmaSafe group and the PharmaSafe Research Initiative are proud to present a guest lecture by Dr. Jacqueline Cohen, Postdoc at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
Lecture by Mollie Wood, Postdoctoral research fellow at the PharmaSafe group and member of the PharmaTOX Strategic Research Initiative, University of Oslo
Guest Lecture with Sonia Hernandez-Diaz from Harvard School of Public Health on the topic of "Application of causal inference approaches to define confounding and selection biases in medication safety in pregnancy studies"
The talk will focus on "Nanoparticle interaction with early human placenta", an upcoming topic in reproductive toxicology.