Human development in the time of Covid-19 – an international webinar series

DOHaD Africa is is delighted to invite you to a series of five webinars where we are partnering with the hosts, the DSI-NRF Centre of Excellence in Human Development (South Africa) and the Global Health Research Institute at the University of Southampton (UK). These webinars will investigate the effect of COVID-19 on human development, and how the virus will shape a new research agenda, with particular emphasis on its disruptions of child development, food security, public health priorities, socio-economic progress, and the environment. Left out of the Conversation Webinar flyer   &nb...

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Interviews with Researchers from DOHaD 2019

In these audio interviews, we get the insight from researchers at the World Congress on the Developmental Origins of Health and Diseases, Australia, 2019. Listeners will learn about topics such as the effects of pollution on early childhood development, the role of fathers in a child’s health, and effective health interventions for adolescents.

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Prof Kelly speaks about the effects of air pollution on babies

Professor Frank Kelly, Department Head of Analytical, Environmental and Forensic Science, Kings College, London, discusses his environmental research area: the impacts of air pollution on the pregnant mother and her child in-utero. He leads a research group that provides monitoring of London’s air quality. His work includes providing hourly updates to London’s public about such air quality.

air pollution, Pregnancy, urbanisation, urbanization

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DOHaD Africa Chapter’s virtual home is hosted by the DST-NRF Centre of Excellence in Human Development in partnership with South Africa’s Department of Science and Technology and the National Research Foundation.

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