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  1. Lost in Transition? Uncovering Social and Health Consequences of Sub-Optimal Transitions in the Education System

    This project aims to understand the effects of transitions in the educational system on later labour market participation, family formation and health.

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  2. Sickness in the family (SickFam) : A register study on the short- and long-term effects of severe sickness on family members

    This project will study the short- and long-term effects of severe sickness on family members.

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  3. The maternal effect on childhood asthma

    The background for this project is that the risk of asthma in children is higher when the mother has asthma than when the father has asthma.

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  4. COVID-19 and pregnancy (CoronaPreg)

    This project will use the Norwegian health registries to understand the consequences of COVID-19 in pregnant women.

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  5. Using MoBa to understand the COVID-19 pandemic

    This project will follow the spread of COVID-19 disease in Norway over the next few years, and investigate why someone becomes infected and possibly seriously ill.

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  6. Lonely years of life in Norway

    To assess how widespread loneliness is, we will calculate the expected life years in loneliness and examine how it has developed between the 1990s and 2010s.

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  7. Genetic variation and alcohol intake during pregnancy

    The project aims to find reasons for alcohol consumption during pregnancy by using molecular genetic methods.

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  8. Telomere length and fertility in women

    This study will look at the relationship between telomere length and fertility in women.

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  9. Menns risikofaktorer for uønsket svangerskapsutfall

    This research project will look at men's risk factors in relation to infertility, miscarriage, stillbirth, total loss and congenital malformations with a focus on heart defects.

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  10. MoBa tannstudien

    Det er økning i forekomsten av en rekke pediatriske lidelser, inkludert type 1 diabetes, cøliaki, fedme, kryptorkisme og tidlig pubertet. Økningen i forekomsten av disse sykdommene antyder at nye milj

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  11. Revisiting and dissecting the maternal effect on childhood asthma

    Our aim is to understand the basic biology behind asthma better, with the aim of better preventive actions in the future.

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  12. Intrauterine environmental exposures and pregnancy outcomes

    This project will investigate whether various intrauterine environmental factors have a causal effect on pregnancy complications by using genetic markers as instrumental variables.

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  13. Influenza in pregnancy and cancer in children

    The background for this project is our lack of knowledge about the causes of childhood cancer.

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  14. DNA methylation in newborns compared to in utero exposures and health outcomes in children

    We have formed a consortium (Pregnancy and Childhood Epigenetics or PACE) together with other birth and child cohorts that have also measured methylation.

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  15. The relationship between maternal and child body mass index (BMI)

    The background for the project is to understand what lies behind the association between the mother's BMI and the child's BMI.

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  16. International study for early diagnosis of preeclampsia

    The purpose is to create better prediction models for early diagnosis of preeclampsia by collecting data from pregnancies for women who participate in larger studies.

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  17. Telomere length and preeclampsia

    Our hypothesis is that short telomere length in both parents, and thus also in the child, contributes to the development of preeclampsia.

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  18. Disease in the mother and the risk of leukemia in children

    Our research question is related to diseases in the mother during pregnancy based on an assumption that the causes of leukemia are already present in the fetus.

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  19. Interval between pregnancies, obstetric history and unwanted pregnancy outcomes

    A longitudinal retrospective cohort study on the effect of gestational interval on maternal and child health.

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  20. Genetic understanding of the relationship between height and preeclampsia

    The purpose is to understand the causes of preeclampsia

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