Longitudinal Science Conference

On the 12th and 13th October 2017, WCHADS hosted the conference, Longitudinal Development Science from Birkenhead to Bangalore: sex differences and pathways from pregnancy to child and adolescent mental health problems.

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 Here you will be able to view video recordings of all of the talks from the conference and the accompanying slides available to download.

 Programme - Longitudinal Developmental Science Conference

 

Day one – Sex differences and pathways from pregnancy to child and adolescent mental health problems

 

Welcome

Prof Helen Sharp, University of Liverpool

 

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Introduction – How can Longitudinal Developmental Science inform our understanding of child mental health in Western and low and middle-income settings?

Prof Jonathan Hill, University of Reading

 

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Why are there such large differences in boys’ and girls’ rates of emotional and behavioural disorders, and why does it matter?

Prof Barbara Maughan, King’s College London

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The development of aggression: Why do girls and boys become so different?

Prof Dale Hay, Cardiff University

 

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Insights into sex differences in pathways to child psychopathology from the Wirral Child Health and Development Study.

Prof Jonathan Hill, University of Reading

 

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Early life influences on the epigenome: evidence for sex-specific effects?

Dr Kieran O'Donnell, McGill University, Montreal, Canada

 

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Epigenetic programming by early life stress: translational approaches from rodent to human and back.

Dr Chris Murgatroyd, Manchester Metropolitan University

 

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Gender differences in young adulthood: the South London Child Development Study.

Dr Susan Pawlby, King's College London

  

The role of cortisol reactivity in the translation of CU traits to aggression: evidence for sex specific pathways

Dr Nicky Wright, University of Liverpool

 

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Why are associations between maternal cortisol in pregnancy and early infant behaviours so different in boys and girls?

Dr Elizabeth Braithwaite, University of Reading and University of Oxford

 

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Gender differences in play and imagination

Salim Hashmi, Cardiff University

  

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Sex difference, mechanisms underlying psychopathology and implications for treatments and clinical services.

Round table discussion with audience questions

 

Day two – Longitudinal developmental science and global child mental health

 

On critical periods and reverse causality. Recent results from the Generation R birth cohort

Prof Henning Tiemeier, Erasmus Medical Centre Rotterdam, Netherlands

 

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The persistent impact of being bullied during childhood and adolescence: Implications of policy and practice

Prof Louise Arseneault, King's College London

  

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Long-term sequelae of early deprivation: the young adult follow up of the English and Romanian Adoptees study.

Prof Barbara Maughan, King’s College London

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Born in Bradford is growing up - 10 years of Epidemiology, engagement and intervention

Dr Rosie Eachan, Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

  

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From Birkenhead to Bangalore - investigating shared and distinctive perinatal risks for child mental health

Prof Helen Sharp, University of Liverpool

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Cultural issues in assessing maternal mental health and mother infant interactions in the Bangalore Child Health and Development cohort study.

Dr Geetha Desai, National Institute of Mental Health and Neuroscience , India

 

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Conceptualising cross cultural differences in early caregiving: comparative levels of instruction and mind-mindedness

Laura Bozicevic, University of Liverpool

 

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MRC Global Mental Health Strategy.

Dr Rachael Panizzo, Programme Manager for Mental Health and Addiction Medical Research Council UK

 

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Future priorities and directions for mental health research

Round table discussion with audience questions. Chair: Shoba Srinath (retired), NIMHANS, India

 

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