Using HUNT data, researchers are implementing statistical methods to discover disease-causing genetic variants.
Children and youthNTNUhealthPublic Health
Humans are in constant interaction with our environments. New research is shedding light on how our environment shapes our health starting early in life and the developmental origins of health and disease (known as DOHaD). One area of global concern is the risks on children’s development posed by environmental toxins, such as heavy metals, air pollution, pesticides, and other pollutants.
My personal experience from the Nepal Earthquake in 2015, and lessons learned from Dhulikhel Hospital (DH).
Samita Giri, PhD Candidate, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences.