26/06/2023

INMA:”Bullying from a biopsychosocial perspective: A study of the INMA project integrates hormonal markers to the study of bullying”

A study conducted as part of the INMA cohort studied bullying from a biopsychosocial perspective, integrating biological variables such as […]

31/05/2023

INMA: “INMA Study Investigates Link Between Pesticide Exposure and Puberty Development in Children”

A recent study conducted as part of the INMA cohort has delved into the potential link between pesticide exposure and […]

26/04/2023

INMA: “Do sedentary behaviours affect the length of telomeres in childhood?”

Our colleague Daniel Prieto has recently published the following scientific article with information from the INMA Study: (https://www.mdpi.com/1660-4601/20/6/5134) in which […]

27/03/2023

INMA: “Does environmental noise affect sleep in preadolescence?”

Exposure to environmental noise, especially road traffic noise, is an important and growing public health concern. More than 100 million […]

28/02/2023

INMA: “Kisspeptin: A novel effect biomarker on adolescent sex hormones caused by exposure to complex mixtures of chemical pollutants (INMA Cohort)”

In the framework of the European Human Biomonitoring Initiative (HBM4EU Project) our working group has developed biomarkers for the adverse […]

14/02/2023

Great success of the 18th INMA Scientific Conference 2023

On 7 and 8 February were held the 18th INMA Scientific Conference 2023 where the teams of the different cohorts […]

09/12/2022

REGISTRATION to the 18th INMA Scientific Conference

We announce the organization of the 18th INMA Scientific Conference 2023 Scientific Program: Link NEW! These conference will follow the following […]

12/10/2022

ANNOUNCEMENT of the 18th INMA Scientific Conference

We announce the organization of the 18th INMA Scientific Conference 2023 Days: 7 and 8 of February, 2023 Place: Barcelona Reserve […]

04/10/2022

INMA: “Chronic stress in preadolescents: school context, bullying, and risk-taking behavior”

An INMA study investigated the influence of school environment and bullying on hair cortisol concentration. Hair cortisol concentration is a […]

27/07/2022

Defense of the doctoral thesis of Raquel Soler-Blasco

On July 6, Raquel Soler, a researcher in the INMA Valencia cohort, defended her doctoral thesis entitled “Prenatal exposure to […]

07/06/2022

INMA: “Weight gain during pregnancy and infant contamination”

All babies come into the world with a load of pollutants that comes from those accumulated in their mother’s body. […]

13/05/2022

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 […]