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Daniela Anker, PhD

Daniela was a PhD student under the supervision of Prof. Arnaud Chiolero. Her doctoral research focused on the relationship between blood pressure and frailty in older adults. She successfully defended her PhD thesis at the University of Bern in April 2021 and has supported the #PopHealthLab as a research fellow between April 2021 until July 2022. 

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Berenike Quecke & Yannick Graf

Berenike and Yannick worked on their Master project entitled, "Caesarean section and offspring obesity in young adulthood: update of a systematic review with meta-analysis" under the supervision of Dr. Stéphane Cullati and Dr. Cristian Carmeli. They succesfully defended in March 2021. 

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Adina-Mihaela Epure, MD PhD

Adina was a PhD student under the supervision of Prof. Arnaud Chiolero. Her doctoral research focused on early life determinants of carotid intima-media thickness in children and aimed to inform cardiovascular disease prevention in a life course perspective. She successfully defended her PhD thesis at the University of Lausanne in April 2021 and has supported the #PopHealthLab as a research fellow afterwards. 

Emna El May

Emna supported the #PopHealthLab as a research assistant from February 2021 to April 2022. She was active in the Corona Immunitas study, specifically analyzing data and writing reports for Corona Immunitas Fribourg.

Ilire Rrustemi

Ilire worked on the social determinants of gut microbiome composition under the supervision of Dr. Stéphane Cullati. 

Lisa Sorrentino

Lisa worked on her MMed Master project entitled, “Cardiovascular mortality trends in Switzerland since 1995 by age and sex” under the supervision of Dr. Cristian Carmeli and Prof. Arnaud Chiolero. She successfully defended in March 2022.

Agnė Ulyte, PhD

Agnė supported the #PopHealthLab as a postdoctoral researcher from April to September 2021. Together with Dr. Stéphane Cullati, she examined the implications of socioeconomic status during the COVID-19 pandemic using data from the Corona Immunitas study. 

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