Postdoctoral fellowship on epigenetic mechanisms and child development
This position is tied to a new project funded by the Research Council of Norway: “Re-thinking the programming hypothesis: Prenatal maternal anxiety/depression, DNA methylation and child psychopathology. A sibling design”. The project focuses on understanding the biological mechanisms and the role of epigenetic changes in the associations between prenatal exposures and child development. The aim of this position is to utilize data from a large sample of siblings from the Norwegian Mother, Father and Child Cohort Study (MoBa) and to use innovative methods to better understand the role of early adversity, genotype, and epigenetic mechanisms for child development.
Read the full vacancy announcement here. Applications close August 15th, 2020.