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Ongoing centres:

Wellbeing And Resilience: Mechanisms of transmission of health and risk in parents with complex mental health problems and offspring (WARM)

PI Susanne Harder

Ph.d.-studerende:

Katrine Røhder, Christopher Høier Trier, Maja Nyström-Hansen, Emilie Nayberg.

UCPH Babylab

  • Copenhagen Babylab Longitudinal Study: 0-1 year
    PI’s Mette Væver, Susanne Harder, Simo Køppe
    Ph.d. student Katharina Cordes (2014-2017) (Department scholarship)
  • Copenhagen Babylab Longitudinal Study: 2-3 year follow-up
    PI Mette Væver
    PhD student  Marianne Thode Krogh (Department scholarship, 2014-2017)
  • Copenhagen Babylab Longitudinal Study: 5 year Foolw-up
    PI Mette Væver
    Post.doc., Co-PI, Anne Tharner (Marie Curie, EU) (2015-2017)
    Stud. ph.d. Tine Steenhoff (IfP stip - 2015-2018)
  • Copenhagen Infant Mental Health Project (CIMHP) (2015-2018)
    PI Mette Væver
    Post.doc, Co-PI, Johanne Smith-Nielsen
    Scientific assistant Rie von Wowern
    Scientific assistant Katrine Wendelboe
    Projectcoordinator/labmanager Metteline Lavallée 
    The project is funded by Tryg Foundation and the city of Copenhagen
  • Motor dialogue and motor intentions in early infancy (2015-2018)
    PI Simo Køppe
    Assistant Professor Tone Roald
    Post.doc. Kasper Levin 
    Associate professor Mette Væver
    PhD student  Ida Egmose Pedersen
    The project is funded by the Danish Research Council
  • Play and Exploration in Early Childhood Project (2015-2018)
    PI’s Simo Køppe, Mette Væver
    Phd student Sandra Gufler 
    Phd student Camilla Overbye 
    The project is funded by  LEGO Foundation & LEGO Group DUPLO®