The Gro Harlem Brundtland Visiting Scholarship
The Centre for Fertility and Health visiting scholar program hosts early career researchers from Norway and abroad.
Parents born after assisted reproductive technologies have no increased risk of complications when they themselves become pregnant
The first girls born after assisted reproductive technologies in Norway have now conceived, and the first boys have become fathers. A new study from the Norwegian Institute of Public Health is the fir...
Conception shortly after a miscarriage or pregnancy termination does not increase risk of complications
Women who conceive within three months of a miscarriage or termination do not have an increased risk of complications in their subsequent pregnancy, according to a new study from the Norwegian Institu...
Fertility research at NIPH receives prestigious European Research Council Synergy grant
The Centre for Fertility and Health at the Norwegian Institute of Public Health (NIPH), together with two other European research environments, will find answers to how social, biological and psycholo...
Vaccination of mother also protects the unborn baby
The risk of getting COVID-19 is lower in the first four months of life if the mother is vaccinated during pregnancy.
Webinar: Wilcox Pregnancy Length Seminar
On Wednesday March 24th, we hosted a Zoom seminar with Dr. Allen Wilcox entitled “Pregnancy length – How can something so simple be so complicated?” The seminar was a great success, going in depth on the calculation of gestational age and how this is connected with preterm risk and fetal and neonatal mortality. There were 90 participants from several different countries. A recording of the seminar is available here.
Annual Report 2022
Annual Report 2021
Annual Report 2020
Annual Report 2019
Fertility decline in Norway
Intrauterine environmental exposures and pregnancy outcomes
Study of Assisted Reproductive Technology (START) – Epigenic mechanisms
ART - Assisted Conceptions - Pregnancy and childhood outcomes
Sickness in the family (SickFam) : A register study on the short- and long-term effects of severe sickness on family members
Using MoBa to understand the COVID-19 pandemic