Latest Publications (IPM affiliated researchers Bold):


Hall A, Parhamifar L, Lange MK, Meyle KD, Sanderhoff M, Andersen H, Roursgaard M, Larsen AK, Jensen PB, Christensen C, Bartek J, Moghimi SM. Polyethylenimine architecture-dependent metabolic imprints and perturbation of cellular redox homeostasis. Biochim Biophys Acta. 2014 Dec 4 [Epub ahead of print]

Summaries Eng/Danish:

This study compared different types of molecules that can be used to transport genetic material when sick genes need to be replaced by healthy ones.

Undersøgelsen sammenlignede molekyler til transport af genmateriale der kan bruges i genterapi, når syge gener skal erstattes af raske.


Zheng M, Rangan A, Olsen NJ, Andersen LB, Wedderkopp N, Kristensen P, Grøntved A, Ried-Larsen M, Lempert SM, Allman-Farinelli M, Heitmann BL. Substituting sugar-sweetened beverages with water or milk is inversely associated with body fatness development from childhood to adolescence. Nutrition. 2015;31:38-44.

Summaries Eng/Danish:

Our study showed a relation between a high intake of sugar-sweetened beverages and development of overweight and obesity 6 years later among children. If the intake of sugar-sweetened beverages is replaced with water or milk, is seems to have a favorable effect on BMI.

Studiet viste en sammenhæng mellem et højt indtag af sukkersødede drikke og udvikling af overvægt og fedme over 6 år blandt børn. Hvis man erstatter indtaget af sukkersødede drikke med vand eller mælk, ser det ud til at have en gunstig virkning på BMI.


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Click here for auto minutes the presentation Berit L. Heitmann gave at the SAS Symposium at the Australasian Sexual Health Alliance (ASHA) Conference Sydney 9-11 October 2014


Latest update: December 12, 2014



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Located at Frederiksberg Hospital in Copenhagen, the Institute of Preventive Medicine is administratively associated with Bispebjerg Hospital. The Institute of Preventive Medicine is part of the Copenhagen University Hospital, which is an organization for collaboration in research and academic pre- and post-graduate teaching between the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences at the University of Copenhagen, the hospitals of Region Hovedstaden (the Capital) and the "Region Sjælland."

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