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201. [Deputy Head of Department] Prof. Dr. Vanessa Didelez   Since July 2016 Professor of Statistics and Causal Inference, University of Bremen, and Department of Biometry and Data Management, Leibniz Institute for Prevention Research and Epidemiology - BIPS…  
202. [Deputy Head of Department] PD Dr. Krasimira Aleksandrova   Since 2021 Professor for Methods of Molecular Epidemiology with a Focus on Child and Adolescent Health, University of Bremen and Deputy Head of the Department of Epidemiological Methods and…  
203. [Deputy Head of Department] Daniela Fuhr   Prof Daniela Fuhr is Deputy Head of the Department of Prevention and Evaluation since July 2022. She also holds an Honorary Professorship at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine…  
204. [Deputy Director] Prof. Dr. Ulrike Haug   Education and academic positions Since 8/2023 Deputy scientific director at the Leibniz Institute for Prevention Research and Epidemiology - BIPS, Bremen, Germany Since 2015 …  
205. [Chief Executive Officer] Dr. Norman Wirsik   Studies mathematics, University of Bremen April 2010 - März 2016: Research fellow at BIPS March 2016: Doctoral degree in mathematics (Dr. rer. nat.) with thesis "Statistical modeling of…  
206. [Chief Executive Officer] Dr. Frauke Günther   Born 1982 2001-2006: Studies mathematics/diploma University Bremen[---]www.uni-bremen.de August 2006: Diploma in mathematics September 2006 - December 2012:BIPS: Research assistant…  
207. [BIPS Project] “INDEEP” - Intervention on the determinants of and expertise in physical activity behaviours   INDEEP seeks to generate excellence in research and training, providing future graduates that can advance the state-of-the-art in physical activity promotion, through a comprehensive understanding of…  
208. [BIPS Project] Women of childbearing age with inflammatory rheumatic disease: Characterizing patterns of care with a special focus on pregnancies   Inflammatory rheumatic diseases afflict many women of childbearing age. Health care in these women pose – in many regards – an important challenge for risk management. First, certain drugs used in…  
209. [BIPS Project] WHO COSI in Bremen   WHO European Childhood Obesity Surveillance Initiative (COSI) in the State of Bremen For more than 10 years, the Regional Office for Europe of the WHO has been organizing a cross-national initiative…  
210. [BIPS Project] Wearable sensors for the assessment of physical and eating behaviours   Healthy eating behaviour and healthy physical activity behaviour are associated with a lower risk of developing non-communicable diseases and obesity. Unfortunately, the combined measurement of…  
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