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The CAPICE blog hosts news and announcements, events, media and articles, mostly written by the Early Stage Researchers (ESRs).
They constantly pursue the publication of articles about their research during their activities carried on within this project, and this blog works as a travelogue to disseminate the research results to a broad audience of scientists, clinicians, patients and their parents and the general public.

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A unique collection of interviews with the CAPICE project scientific supervisors and principal investigators: Prof. Dr. Marcus Munafò, Prof. Dr. Sebastian Lundstrom, Dr. Ralf Kuja-Halkula, Dr. Stephanie van den BergDr. Sarah BergenProf. Meike Bartels, Prof. Christel Middeldorp, Prof. Robert Plomin.

In this interview Marica Leone, ESR in the CAPICE project, explains her research objectives and her work at Janssen Cilag AB Sweden. One of her project objectives is to investigate interactions between the genetic and environmental factors that influence the development and clinical course of depression.

David Myers is an Associate Director Market Access RWE Partnerships at Janssen Cilag AB, Stockholm, Sweden. Here is the video interview with him about the secondment of Hema Sekhar Reddy Rajula at Janssen and his work on CAPICE catalog in the CAPICE project. Currently we are working on ALSPAC data and trying to pull the list of variable names from the ALSPAC variable catalogue.

Ashley Thompson explains her role as ESR in the CAPICE project. This article contains a video interview with her, where she explains her research objectives and her work at Karolinska Institutet. Sweden. One of her project objectives is to develop prediction models to identify the individuals with ADHD/ADHD-symptomatology in need for special attention as well as understand the features that characterize the group of individuals with ADHD with the high likelihood of developing negative outcomes.

Eshim Shahid explains her role as ESR in the CAPICE project. This article contains a video interview with her, where she explains her research objectives and her work at VU University Amsterdam - VU University Medical Center. The Netherlands. One of her project objectives is to identify the common genetic variants and genes that influence the development and course of internalizing symptoms across childhood and adolescence.

Laura Schellhas explains her role as ESR in the CAPICE project. This article contains a video interview with her, where she explains her research objectives and her work at University of Bristol, UK. One of her project objectives is the lifestyle behavior during pregnancy and how it is associated with mental health of offspring, specifically looking at whether genes might be switch on/off by this behavior during pregnancy.

Elizabeth Diemer explains her role as ESR in the CAPICE project. This article contains a video interview with her, where she explains her research objectives and her work at Erasmus University Medical Centre Rotterdam, the Netherlands. One of her project objectives is the impact of lifestyle factors specifically micronutrient deficiency and alcohol use behavior during pregnancy on offspring psychiatric outcomes.

Elis Haan explains her role as ESR in the CAPICE project. This article contains a video interview with her, where she explains her research objectives and her work at University of Bristol, UK. One of her aims is exploring alcohol, tobacco and caffeine use in mothers during pregnancy and children mental health outcomes.

Kratika Agarwal is an ESR in the CAPICE project. This article contains a video interview with her, where she explains her objectives in this project, and her work at University of Twente, The Netherlands. One of her aims is harmonizing phenotypes by analyzing raw data.

Ville Karhunen is an ESR in the CAPICE project. This article contains a video interview with him, where he explains his objectives in this project, and his work at Imperial College London, UK.

Andrea Giuseppe Allegrini is an ESR in the CAPICE project. This article contains a video-interview with him, where he explains his objectives in this project, and his work at King's College London, UK.

Hema Sekhar Reddy Rajula (ESR 9) presented the CAPICE project through a poster during the 13th International Workshop on Neonatology, Cagliari, Italy, October 25-28, 2017. A video interview of the poster presentation is available in this article.

The poster is related to an abstract published in the Journal of Pediatric and Neonatal Individualized Medicine (JPNIM), vol. 6, no. 2, pagg. 77-79, 2017. It is downloadable from the "Scientific Papers" page of this website.

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Contacts:
Prof. Christel Middeldorp, project coordinator

VU University Amsterdam
Dept. of Biological Psychology
email : c.m.middeldorp(at)vu.nl

Natascha Stroo, project manager
VU University Amsterdam
Dept. of Biological Psychology
email : natascha.stroo(at)vu.nl

Matteo Mauri, web & dissemination manager
University of Cagliari
email : matteo.mauri(at)diee.unica.it

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