Research;epidemiology;fertility; Assisted Reproductive Technology;registries; MoBa;Pregnancy
Siri Eldevik Håberg is a physician with main research interest in perinatal epidemiology. She has long experience with combining data from cohort studies, biological analyses and national registries. Håberg's current research focus is on causes of fertility problems and fetal loss, and risk factors and consequences of assisted reproductive technologies. Her work has involved registry based population studies, and studies of genetic and epigenetic associations with pregnancy exposures, pregnancy outcomes and early life diseases. Håberg has also been involved in a number of registry-based projects studying influenza, safety of vaccinations and antiviral medications in pregnancy, childhood and in the general population. This research has focused on the link between immunology and neurological, neurodevelopmental and autoimmune diseases. Håberg leads and collaborates in several international research groups on environmental exposures, pregnancy and child health outcomes.