Coexistence of overweight and anaemia during pregnancy

Research project Mexico is experiencing an increasing burden of nutrition-related chronic diseases. This is also the case for pregnant women, who face both obesity problems and anaemia; some have a combination of the two challenges, i.e. a double burden of disease. T ... Midterm report: A team of Danish researchers from the Danida study - including University of Copenhagen and Stemo Diabetes Center Copenhagen - visited Cuernavaca, Morelos, and Mexico City, Mexico in March 2022. Meetings with key collaboration part ...
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Multi-scale and model-chain evaluation of wind atlases

Research project To establish a secure basis for clean and effective supply of energy from the available wind resources of a country/region, MEWA aims at investigating methodologies for the coupling of micro- and meso-scale models, which are used to estimate wind res ...
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Mobility grant of Ms Sol Durang

Research project The overall purpose of the mobility grant is to facilitate the establishment of a Danish-Mexican research network on mental Health and primary health care. Mental Health disorders are one of the leading causes for disability-adjusted life year (DA ...The article: ’Collaborative care for depression and suicide prevention: a feasible intervention within the Mexican health system’ has been submitted to ’The Mexican Public health Journal’. 3. The symposium:“ Stregtegning collaborative work for pri ...
Period: 2019-09-1 to 2020-03-10 Countries: Mexico Lead institution: University of Copenhagen (UCPH), Denmark Partner institutions: National Institute of Psychiatry Ramon de la Fuente Muñiz (INPRFM), Mexico Project code: 19-MG03KU Total grant: 62,600 DKK
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Mobility Grant project of Ms Alejandra de Jesús Cantoral-Preciado

Research project In order to strengthen the on-going research of cardio-metabolic diseases in Mexico at the Department of Public Health, University of Copenhagen, relevant for primary health care in Mexico the project coordinator has identified a very strong candidat ...1) FFU proposal under 4. as given above was succesful, and the 3-year study is about to begin in the spring of 2020. 2) A 4-week medical course for UCPH medical students, ’International Study Exposure - Global Public Health’ has been moved from Krak ...
Period: 2017-12-1 to 2019-12-31 Countries: Mexico Lead institution: University of Copenhagen (UCPH), Denmark Partner institutions: National Institute of Public Health of Mexico (INSP), Mexico Project code: 17-MG01-KU Total grant: 220,907 DKK
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