Centre for Fetal Programming

The Centre for Fetal Programming was established on the 1st Jan 2010 under a 5-year contract with 11 partners in research institutions both in Denmark and abroad. Professor Sjurdur F. Olsen of Statens Serum Institut, Dept. of Epidemiology Research heads the Centre.

Center for Fetal Programming aims to explore, examine and understand the impact of environmental factors during the fetal period and how these factors may interact with genetic factors and environmental factors to trigger common diseases like obesity, type 2 diabetes, allergy, mental diseases and other specific diseases appearing during the life-course of the individual.

Centre Website

Visit Centre for Fetal Programming at its own website: www.cfp-research.com