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Our research group has a total of 11 presentations.

Here you can find the dates, times, and places where you can find us. In the tabs below, you can find each poster at this conference.


Monday, 26th of August

3:00 - 4:30 pm

TPS 671: Cardiometabolic effects of long-term air pollution exposure

Leen Luyten. Children's microvascular traits and air pollution exposure: prospective evidence to elucidate the developmental origin of particle-induced disease

TPS 742: Adverse birth outcomes 1:

Bianca Cox, Ph.D. Higher Neonatal Blood Pressure in Association with Air Pollution Exposure During the Last Weeks of Pregnancy: an ENVIRONAGE birth cohort study

TPS 743: Health effects in pregnancy:

Kristof Neven. Host and environmental determinants of placental iodine concentrations.

TPS 771: Diet and lifestyle:

Charlotte Cosemans. Breastfeeding is associated to mitochondrial DNA content of adolescents

4:30 - 4:45 pm

OPS 48: Air pollution and epigenetics

Karen Vrijens, Ph.D. Newborn histone modifications and gestational exposure to particulate matter air pollution: the ENVIRONAGE Cohort Study


Tuesday, 27th of August

1:30 - 3:00 pm

PDS 65: Exposure assessment implications for epidemiology:

Evi Dons, Ph.D. Transport is associated with high air pollution peak exposure

TPS 651: Air pollution exposure modeling 1:

Hannelore Bové, Ph.D. Visualizing and quantifying human internal black carbon load

4:30 - 5:30 pm

PDS 71: Exposome

Bram Janssen, Ph.D. Linking mitochondrial and telomere damage in fetal tissue: TP53 and PPARGC1a as a central hub?

Paulien Hautekiet. Recent and chronic residential air pollution and buccal telomere lengths in children


Wednesday, 28th of August

11:00 - 11:15 am

OPS 12: Morbidity effects of high and low temperatures

Dries Martens, Ph.D. Newborn telomere length and fetal exposure to high and low ambient temperature: a birth cohort study

1:45 - 2:00 pm

OPS 54: Air pollution and pregnancy outcomes

Eva Bongaerts. Ambient black carbon particles reach the fetal side of human placenta

2:30 - 2:45 pm

OPS 29: Greenspace and neurological effects

Esmée Bijnens, Ph.D. The importance of the residential greenness on neurocognitive and neurobehavioral development in children living in urban vs rural environments


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