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After a thesis on motor difficulties among children born extremely preterm in the team, I started a postdoctoral fellowship position on the prevention of childhood obesity at the University College Dublin (contract until mid-2024). In parallel, I am still participating in several projects with the EPICE-SHIPS research group and co-supervise with Jennifer Zeitlin the thesis of Soodabeh Behboodi on Growth in early childhood after very preterm birth in Europe.

Research interests

  • Preterm birth
  • Child development
  • Nutrition and Physical activity

Key publications

  • Aubert AM, Costa R, Ådén U, Cuttini M, Männamaa M, Pierrat V, Sarrechia I, Van Heijst AF, Zemlin M, Johnson S, Zeitlin J; SHIPS Research group. Movement difficulties at age five among extremely preterm infants. Pediatrics. 2022 Jun 1;149(6):e2021054920. doi: 10.1542/peds.2021-054920.
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  • Aubert AM, Costa R, Johnson S, Ådén U, Pierrat V, Cuttini M, Männamaa M, Sarrechia I, Lebeer J, Van Heijst AF, Maier RF, Sentenac M, Zeitlin J; SHIPS research groupDevelopmental motor problems and health-related quality of life in 5-year-old children born extremely preterm: A European cohort study. Dev Med Child Neurol. 2023 May 14. doi: 10.1111/dmcn.15632.
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  • Aubert AM, Chen LW, Shivappa N, Cooper C, Crozier SR, Duijts L, Forhan A, Hanke W, Harvey NC, Jankowska A, Kelleher CC, de Lauzon-Guillain B, McAuliffe FM, Mensink-Bout SM, Polanska K, Relton CL, Suderman M, Hebert JR, Phillips CM, Bernard JY, Heude B. Predictors of maternal dietary quality and dietary inflammation during pregnancy: an individual participant data meta-analysis of seven European cohorts from the ALPHABET consortium. Clin Nutr. 2022 Sep;41(9):1991-2002. doi: 10.1016/j.clnu.2022.06.042.
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