Classroom 1504 at GIH or via Teams

E-PABS Thursday seminar: Master's students present their degree work in heart-brain connections

Welcome to a seminar with three master's students presenting their degree projects at GIH within epidemiology of aging and heart-brain connections.

About the seminar

In this week’s E-PABS seminar, three students from the master’s program in Public Health, Department of Global Public Health, KI, will be presenting their degree projects: Bikram Bucha, Patricia Grill and Sayeeda Tarannum. All three projects are associated with a larger initiative focusing on behavioural factors in heart-brain connections within the realm of geriatric epidemiology.

The aim of the seminar is to provide the students with an opportunity to rehearse for their final examination and receive feedback from colleagues. There will be three short presentations, each focusing on specific topics:

  • Childhood traumatic events and cardiovascular health in late life.
  • The relationship between physical activity, hearing difficulties, and dementia.
  • The association between neighbourhood socioeconomic status and cognition

The seminar will be held in English and is presented within the framework of E-PABS Research Centre for Physical Activity, Brain Health and Sustainability If you have any questions, please contact Elisabeth Möller.

When: Thursday 18 April at 13.00-14.00
Where: Classroom 1504 at GIH or via Teams



Last modified:11 Apr 2024