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Ongoing research

AIR Lund - Artificially Intelligent use of Registers at Lund University

Assessing selection and heterogeneity in population-based cohort and screening studies – new statistical approaches

Covid-19 in croweded suburbs

Densifying the cities without increased environmental health burden - is it attainable?

EGRESS: Building egressibility in an aging society

HEAP - Health promoting environments for an aging population

IDcare - Health care utilization in primary and specialist care among people with intellectual disability

IDpreg - Pregnancy in intellectual disability

Improved preparedness for future pandemics and other health crises through large-scale disease surveillance

Is there an association between in utero exposure to air pollutants and later development of ADHD and autism?

  • PI: Ebba Malmqvist
  • Publication
  • Keyword(s): Environmental pollutants, neurodevelopmental disorders, reproductive epidemiology

LivE-COVID-19: How can living environments buffer the consequences of prolonged social isolation during the COVID-19 pandemic?

NordSOUND - Nordic studies on occupational and traffic noise in relation to disease

OLE - Outdoor living environments – systematic interdisciplinary studies of health effects and impact on social inequalities

Outdoor and household air pollution-exposure and effects on pregnant women in Africa

PFAS and microbiome

  • PI: Jonathan Josephs-Spaulding
  • Contact person at Tornblad: Karin Engström
  • Keyword(s): Environmental pollutants

PFAS exposure through drinking water in Ronneby

Pregnant women and filthy air - when what we breathe becomes dangerous

RELOC-AGE: How do housing choices and relocation matter for active and health ageing?

Resource utilization and outcome in Swedish intensive care. What conclusions can be drawn from 240,000 patient admissions in a Swedish national intensive care registry (SIR)?

Support, health care, end-of-life care, and causes of death among people with intellectual disability: Effects of the Covid-19 pandemic

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