INMA: “Is maternal nutrient status influencing the effects of arsenic on the child cognition?”

An INMA study investigated the relation between prenatal exposure to arsenic and cognitive and motor function in preschool children. Researchers […]


INMA: “A study by Fisabio, UV and UJI links social exclusion and family poverty with worse mental health in childhood”

The FISABIO Foundation has echoed a result of the INMA Project. Link to the news on the FISABIO website: http://fisabio.san.gva.es/web/fisabio/noticia/-/asset_publisher/1vZL/content/salut-mental-infantil […]


Defense of the doctoral thesis of Llúcia González Safont

On Friday February the 4th, Llúcia González Safont defended her doctoral thesis “Socioeconomic factors, family environment and cognitive and behavioural […]


INMA: “Vitamine D and dental health”

There is a common pattern arising when we visit our dentist. It is highly likely that we are being told […]


Happy Holidays to all

On behalf of the entire INMA Project team we wish you a merry Christmas, and receive our best wishes for […]


INMA Valencia sends a new Newsletter with news to the families of the INMA Project

INMA Valencia sends a new Newsletter to the families that participate in the INMA Project. Link to the December 2021 Newsletter: […]


CONNECT! at the 17th INMA Scientific Conference 2021

The 17th INMA Scientific Conference 2021 has already started Keep in mind that all we will present will be preliminary […]


ANNOUNCEMENT and REGISTRATION for the 17th INMA Scientific Conference

We announce the organization of the 17th INMA Scientific Conference 2021 Scientific Program: Link These conference will follow the following […]


Effects of environmental exposures on human health. Summer courses. UPV-EHU

Jesús Ibarluzea, researcher of the INMA Project and coordinator of the INMA-Gipuzkoa cohort, has participated in the UPV-EHU summer courses. […]


The INMA Project and the COVID-19 pandemic

The INMA Project participates in several studies related to the SARS-CoV-2 (COVID) pandemic thanks to the availability and generosity of […]


INMA: “Exposure before birth to persistent organic pollutants may increase the risk of metabolic disorders in adolescence”

An INMA study investigated the association between prenatal exposure to persistent organic pollutants (POP) and markers of obesity and cardiometabolic […]


INMA: “Exposure to toxic metals may contribute to blood pressure elevation in male adolescents”

A study based on the INMA cohort established in the province of Granada (Southern Spain) assesses the relation of urinary […]