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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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The CAPICE project PhD students from the United Kingdom presented their research studies at the World Conference of Psychiatric Genetics (WCPG) 2019, in Los Angeles, California, October 26-31, 2019. This article contains information about talks and a posters presented at the conference: talk "Multivariable G by E prediction of educational achievement in adolescence" by Andrea Giuseppe Allegrini; poster "A Mendelian Randomisation Study on Causality Between Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and Multiple Obesity-Related Traits" by Ville Karhunen.

The CAPICE project PhD students from VU Amsterdam presented their research studies at the World Conference of Psychiatric Genetics (WCPG) 2019, in Los Angeles, California, October 26-31, 2019. This article contains information about two posters presented at the conference and about the talks "Using genetic data to investigate parental effects on offspring outcomes" by Eshim Shahid, and "Genetic overlap between childhood psychopathology and adult traits" by Omowonuola Akingbuwa.

The CAPICE project was strongly present at the World Conference of Psychiatric Genetics (WCPG) 2019, in Los Angeles, California, October 26-31, 2019. This article contains information on the talk "Phenome-wide association study of substance use on mental health outcomes in the ALSPAC cohort" given by Hannah Sallis, and about the poster on "Early-onset depression and risk of subsequent medical outcomes: A nationwide study in Sweden" presented by Marica Leone at WCPG.

This article contains information on two posters. 1. "Phenome-wide association study of caffeine PRS and mental health outcomes across the lifespan using the ALSPAC pregnancy cohort", 2. "Maternal caffeine consumption during pregnancy and offspring cord blood DNA methylation" presented by Laura Schellhas, ESR in the CAPICE project, at the Developmental Origins of Health and Disease (DOHaD) conference in Melbourne, Australia, 20-23 October, 2019. 

This article contains information on the poster "Maternal and paternal tobacco, alcohol, and caffeine use during pregnancy and ADHD symptoms in offspring from childhood to adolescence " presented by Elis Haan, ESR in the CAPICE project, at the Developmental Origins of Health and Disease (DOHaD) conference in Melbourne, Australia, 20-23 October, 2019. 

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VU University Amsterdam
Dept. of Biological Psychology
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VU University Amsterdam
Dept. of Biological Psychology
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University of Cagliari
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