DNBC Symposium and 20th Anniversary

In May 2019 half of the young participants in the DNBC have turned 20 years old. To mark this event, the DNCB Management is delighted to announce that a scientific symposium will be held on the 29th May in Copenhagen.

The 29th May 2019 will be a day of highlight presentations from cohort research in Europe and from the DNBC in particular, as the DNBC management in collaboration with the LifeCycle Project presents the below programme.

Please register by filling in our registration form: Go to Registration Form

Download the final programme here: Download programme (pdf)

 

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SYMPOSIUM: Approaches and Methods in Pregnancy and Child Cohort Studies 

08:00-10:45 Morning session

08:00-09:00 Registration and welcome

09:00-09:45 Anne-Marie Nybo Andersen – Danish National Birth Cohort (DNBC)
09:45-10:15 Hazel M Inskip - Southampton Women’s Survey (SWS)
10:15-10:45 Siri Håberg - The Norwegian Mother-Child Study (MoBa)

10.45-11:00 Coffee and fruit

11.00-11.30 Debbie Lawlor - Alspac
11.30-12 Vincent Jaddoe – Generation R
12.00-12.30 M-A Charles - Etude Longitudinale Française depuis L’Enfance (ELFE)
12:30-13:00 John Wright - Born in Bradford (BiB)

13:00-14:00 Lunch and DNBC poster exhibition

From Fetus to Adulthood: Highlights from 20 years of DNBC research

Chairs: Anne-Marie Nybo Andersen and Thorkild IA Sørensen


14:00 - 17:00

Does mode of delivery affect long-term maternal health.
Ellen Aagaard Nøhr, DNBC and University of Southern Denmark


Dietary Studies in the DNBC
Sjurdur F. Olsen, DNBC and Statens Serum Institut


Fever in pregnancy. Any reason for worry?
Julie Werenberg Dreier, Aarhus University

The DNBC Biobank – contributions to science
Mads Melbye, DNCB and Statens Serum Institut

Maternal and child genetic effects, prenatal exposures and childhood obesity outcomes
Camilla Schmidt Morgen and Theresia Maria Schnurr, University of Copenhagen

Disordered eating and eating disorders in a population based sample
Katrine Strandberg-Larsen, DNBC and University of Copenhagen

Being the Danish National Birth Cohort
DNBC youth panel / DNBC Ambassadors

The first results from the Puberty Cohort nested within the DNBC
Cecilia H. Ramlau-Hansen, DNCB and Aarhus University

Keeping the show going: Contact with thousands of participants and researchers
Inger Kristine Meder and Anne Aakjær, DNBC secretariat, Statens Serum Institut

Poster exhibition of 20 years of DNBC studies during the coffee break

17:00 Birthday cake and drinks At the top of the Mærsk Tower

 

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