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171. [Staff member] Alina Ludewig 
Date: 01-10-13
Statistische Programmierung 
172. [Faculty member] Birte Hadeler 
Date: 01-10-13
October 2017 - today Research associate at Leibniz Institute for Prevention Research and Epidemiology - BIPS, Department: Epidemiological Methods and Etiological Research, Unit: Field Work … 
173. [Faculty member] Kim Brackmann 
Date: 01-10-13
August 2016 - today Research associate at Leibniz Institute for Prevention Research and Epidemiology - BIPS, Department: Epidemiological Methods and Etiological Research, Unit: Molekular… 
174. [Staff member] Nina Ristau 
Date: 07-10-13
Feldarbeit 
175. [Doctoral Candidate] Barbara Thumann 
Date: 15-10-13
Education: 09.2012 - 09.2013 Master of Science programme in Epidemiology, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, United Kingdom 10.2006 - 04.2010 Bachelor of Science… 
176. New guide for older people 
Date: 25-10-13
Older people can do a lot for their own health. The BIPS has now published three new leaflets with tips on dealing with osteoporosis, rheumatism and vitamin D deficiency and on prevention of the… 
177. [Faculty member] Selim Cici 
Date: 01-11-13
- BIPS: computer scientist (2013 - now) - Software engineer at an internet agency (2008-2013) - Software engineer: Internet technologies (2008-2008) - Diploma Degree in computer sciences… 
178. Working mum, do not feel guilty - your job does not compromise the health of your child 
Date: 13-11-13
There is no reason to run home to your kids in the middle of the afternoon. A comprehensive European research project headed by Associate Professor Wencke Gwozdz breaks with the notion that… 
179. First bicycle win from the I.Family Study goes to Delmenhorst 
Date: 27-11-13
13-year old study participant gets a new mountain bike 
180. IDEFICS Study: Television viewing is top of screen time for european children and increases risk of higher BMI and consumption of sugar drinks  
Date: 29-11-13
Television viewing and other screen activities seem to have substantial effects on not only young children’s consumption of sugary drinks but also on increased BMI and obesity. This is the… 
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