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LHA Invited Presentations 2008

Hardy R. A life course approach to biological function. IARU Workshop: Aging – from molecules to population.Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, 12-14 May, 2008.


Kuh D. Innovations and Progress in healthcare for women. The UCL Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Institute for Women’s Health. Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre. London 7–8 April 2008.

Kuh D. Origins of life course epidemiology: using life course studies to understand how the social environment affects lifelong health and ageing.Society for Epidemiologic Research. 24–27 June 2008.Keynote speaker.

Kuh D. Birth Cohort Data and the Menopause. The Pat Patterson Lecture. British Menopause Society 19th Annual Conference 4 July 2008. Keynote speaker.

Kuh D. Developmental origins of health and disease in a life course perspective. From womb to tomb. The Norwegian Mother and Child Cohort Study. Norwegian Institute of Public Health, Oslo, 15 September 2008.Keynote speaker.

Kuh D. MRC National Survey of Health and Development: an update. Longview Conference. 2 October 2008.

Kuh D. MRC National Survey of Health and Development: an update.Developing infrastructure for research across the biomedical and social sciences. The Wellcome Trust, MRC, ESRC. 14 October 2008.

Kuh D. Linking development to ageing: musculoskeletal function in the MRC National Survey of Health and Development. UCL Hospitals Trust. 19 October 2008.

Kuh D. Discovering the links between development and ageing: the contribution of the first national birth cohort study to the ‘taming of chance’. Bradford Hill Seminar. Cambridge, 5 December 2008.

Mishra G. Dietary patterns across the life course, mammographic density and implications for breast cancer: results from a British prospective cohort. Breast Campaign Care Conference, London. 2008.

Mishra G. Consequences of changes in reproductive ageing on later health of women. Reproductive ageing in older mothers study group. 2008.

Mishra G. Consequences of changes in reproductive ageing on later health of women. Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. London, UK. 2008

Mishra G. Modelling symptoms trajectories across the life course. National Institute of Aging, Bethesda, Washington, USA. 2008.

Mishra G. Recent developments in Life course epidemiology: across cohorts and across generations. The 4th Conference of Epidemiological Longitudinal Studies in Europe, Bergen, Norway. 2008. Keynote speaker.

Richards M. A life course approach to cognitive ageing. Royal College of Psychiatry liaison psychiatry faculty annual residential conference. Newcastle, 14th March 2008.

Richards M. A life course approach to cognitive ageing and decline. IARU Workshop: Aging – from molecules to population. Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, 12-14 May, 2008.