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Ann-Marie de Lange

PhD, cand. psychol.

Senior Research Fellow - PI FemiLab Lausanne

I lead the research group FemiLab at Lausanne University Hospital (CHUV) and University of Lausanne, focusing on using big datasets (e.g the UK Biobank) and machine learning to study brain ageing in large-scale population cohorts, with a particular interest in women's brain health. I work closely with Klaus Ebmeier (Neurobiology of Ageing) and Lars Westlye (multimodal imaging group at NORMENT), using neuroimaging and genetics to study how female-specific factors (pregnancy, childbirth, hormone exposure etc.) relate to women’s brain health in midlife and older age, as well as maternal mental health and brain plasticity during pregnancy and postpartum.