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International Center for Research and Research Training in
Endocrine Disruption of
Male Reproduction and Child Health
NEWS and ACTIVITES
EDMaRC in MERLON
January 2024
EDMaRC is partner in the new Research and Innovation action under the EU Horizon programme: MERLON - Merging Scientific Evidence with Regulatory Practices and Leveraging Identification of Endocrine Disruptors using New Approach Methodologies.
The project started 1. january 2024 and will last five years. The consortium is lead by Prof. Terje Svingen at Technical University of Denmark - DTU.
New grant to study psychosocial consequences of infertility
December 2023
Infertility affects 15% of all couples with a desire to become parents, and the fear of not being able to become parents can be a great burden. Thus, we are proud that EDMaRC researcher Lærke Priskorn received a grant under the Inge Lehmann programme, Independent Research Fund Denmark, to investigate the specific psychosocial consequences of infertility and which couples are at particular risk of experiencing these, allowing us to take even better care of our infertile patients in the future.
microRNAs as biomarkers of pubertal onset?
December 2023
Puberty marks the transition from childhood to adulthood and a decline in the age at pubertal onset has been observed over the past decades. No biomarkers for early detection of central puberty activation have been found so far. By receiving a grant from the Capital Region of Denmark, EDMaRC researcher Nina Mørup Nygaard has been given the opportunity to investigate microRNAs as biomarkers for pubertal onset in girls. This may give us a new method to diagnose girls with central precocious puberty.
New Publications:
Is male gynaecomastia associated with an increased risk of death? A nationwide register-based cohort study
Bräuner et al. BMJ Open. 2024, in press

Cotinine concentrations in maternal serum and amniotic fluid during pregnancy and risk of testicular germ cell cancer in the offspring: A prospective nested case-control study.
Beck et al. Int J Cancer. 2024. in press

Ovarian Follicular Fluid Levels of Phthalates and Benzophenones in relation to Fertility Outcomes.
Beck et al. Env Int 2023, in press

Time to pregnancy and life expectancy: A cohort study of 18796 pregnant couples.
Lindahl-Jacobsen et al.  Hum Reprod 2023, in press

Differentiation of Idiopathic Central Precocious Puberty from Premature Thelarche using Principal Component Analysis.
Cleemann Wang  et al. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 2023,109(2):370-379.

Sex-independent timing of the onset of central puberty revealed by nocturnal luteinizing hormone concentrations.
Demir et al. Clinical Endocrinology. 2023 99(6): 552-558.

Prenatal paraben exposures and birth size: Sex-specific associations in a healthy population - A study from the Odense Child Cohort.
Bräuner et al. 2023 Sci Total Environ. 869:161748.

Reproductive hormones, bone mineral content, body composition and testosterone therapy in boys and adolescents with Klinefelter syndrome
Krabbe et al. 2023 Endocrine Connections. 12, 7, e230031.

Reduced serum concentrations of biomarkers reflecting Leydig and Sertoli cell function in male patients with congenital adrenal hyperplasia
Johannsen et al. 2023 Endocrine Connections. 12, 8, e230073.

Testicular function is associated with cardiometabolic health markers: A cross-sectional study of 2289 young men.
Hansen et al. 2023 Andrology 11(3):561-574.

Pituitary-testis axis dysfunction following adjuvant androgen deprivation therapy
Abildgaard et al. 2023 Endocrine-Related Cancer. 30, 1, e220246.
EDMaRC
Dept. of Growth and Reproduction
Copenhagen University Hospital, Rigshospitalet
Blegdamsvej 9
DK-2100 Copenhagen Denmark
edmarc.rigshospitalet@regionh.dk

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