I work as a researcher and a project coordinator in the SELMA-study.
“SELMA (Swedish Environmental Longitudinal, Mother and child, Asthma and allergy)
A cohort study (2,500 mother/child) investigating the importance of early exposure, especially modern exposures such as endocrine disrupting chemicals and lifestyle factors for the development of asthma and allergies, reproductive effects and neuropsychiatric disorders in the children, and overweight/obesity and diabetes in later life. (www.selmastudien.se)
I teach in quantitative research methods as biostatistics and epidemiology.
I also teach in general public health area as well as in my field; Indoor environmental problems and childrens´ health, but also (endocrine disrupting) chemicals.
Knutz, M., Gustavsson, T., Hägerhed-Engman, L., von Kobyletzki, L., Bornehag, CG. “Reporting bias of dampness problems and smoking – a result of study design?” International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health
Larsson, M., Janson, S., Sundell, J., Weiss, B., Bornehag, C.G. (2009) Association between indoor environmental factors and parental- reported autistic spectrum disorder in children 6-8 years of age. Neurotoxicology 30(5):822-31.
Larsson, M., Hagerhed-Engman, L., Kolarik B., James, P., Lundin, F., Janson, S., Sundell, J., Bornehag, C.G. (2010) PVC – as flooring material – and its association with incident asthma in a Swedish child cohort study. Indoor Air 20(6):494-501.
Larsson, M., Hagerhed-Engman, L., Sundell, J., Bornehag, C.G. (2011) Can we trust on cross sectional data when examining the health relevance of dampness problems in buildings. International Journal of Environmental Health Research Aug; 21 (4): 237-47.