The university announcement has been published which offers the opportunity to take advantage of a new research grant (lasting 15 months) relating to the project "Associations between early exposures and chronic non-communicable diseases".

The project will be nested within mother-child cohorts following several thousand children recruited during fetal life. Associations between early-life exposures and chronic noncommunicable diseases in childhood and adolescence will be studied.

Exposures of interest will include environmental factors in pregnancy and early life, including diet and supplementation with folic acid and vitamins. The project is part of an international multicenter study and involves advanced biostatistical analyses and causal inference methods.

For further information, see the call (page 30, selection DSM.2022.18).

The deadline is set for October 24th, h 1 pm.