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PhD studies

In Merete Nordentoft's Group

  • "Conditions of upbringings for children of parents with serious mental illness": Anne Ranning, MSc in Psychology (Defended September 2016)
  • "Error Adaptation, Attention and Motor Abilities in children at High risk of developing schizophrenia or bipolar disorder": Birgitte Klee Burton, MD
  • "Infections, inflammation and the risk of mental disorders": Sonja Orlovska, MD
  • "Neurocognitive profiles in 7-year-old offspring of parents with schizophrenia or with bipolar disorder": Nicoline Hemager, MSc in Psychology
  • "Psychopathology in Offspring of Parents with Schizophrenia or Bipolar Disorder – Associations with Neurodevelopmental Disturbances and Childhood Stress": Ditte Ellersgaard, MD
  • "Social cognition, language, and social functioning in offsprings of schizophrenia and bipolar disorder": Camilla Jerlang Christiani, MSc in Psychology

In Anders Børglum's Group

In Preben Bo Mortensen's Group

In Thomas Werge's Group

  • "Copenhagen High-Risk Study - Genetics of endophenotypes in psychiatric disorders": Johan Thygesen, MSc in Biology & Psychology (Defended in March 2015)
  • "Electrophysiological characterisation of mice and humans carrying 22q11.2 deletions – focus on translational aspects": Michelle Rosgaard Birknow, MSc in Medicine with Industrial Specialization (Defended in August 2016)
  • "Genetic risk factors for schizophrenia": Louise K. Høffding, MSc in Human Biology (Defended in April 2016)
  • "Identification of chromosomal abnormalities and their influence on the development of severe psychiatric disorders": Henriette Schmock, MD
  • "Investigation of the neural basis of brain connectivity and the dysfunction of sensory prediction in groups at risk of psychosis": Melissa Larsen, MSc in Biomedical Engineering
  • “Molecular Dissection of the 15q13.3 micro deletion Syndrome": Annika Grønborg-Forsingdal, MSc in Molecular Biomedicine (Defended in June 2017)
  • "The Danish Genealogy": Anders Rosengren, MSc in Biophysics
  • "The Danish Genealogy": Dorte Helenius, MSc in Statistics
  • "The 22q11 deletion syndrome in psychiatric and cognitive aspects": Anders Vangkilde, MD (Defended in June 2017)

In Ole Mors' Group

  • "A Clinical Measure of Social Cognitive Abilities in Schizophrenia": Arndis Simonsen, MSc in Psychology
  • "Ethic Advisory Board, Whole genome sequencing – new possibilities, new dilemmas": Anna Sundby, MSc in Public Health
  • "Does the Home Environment Contribute to the Development of Antecedents? - A Study of Correlations Between Home Environment and Antecedents in High Risk Offspring of Parents with Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorder": Ditte Lou Gantriis, MSc in Psychology
  • "Identification and investigation of genetic riskfactors for panic disorder": Noomi Gregersen, MSc in Molecular Biology (Defended September 2015)
  • “Social cognition (SC) and neurocognition (NC) in parents with schizophrenia (SZ) and bipolar disorder (BD) correlated with SC and NC in their offspring”: Aja N. Greve, MSc in Psychology 
  • "The inflammatory hypothesis in depression: Epidemiological and meta-analytical studies of treatments effects and safety of anti-inflammatory intervention": Ole Köhler, MD

In David Hougaards Group

  • ”The DNA methylation profile in danish neonatal blood spot samples”. Christine Søholm Hansen, MSc in Molecular Biomedicine
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