Ann-Marie de Lange
PhD, cand. psychol.
Postdoctoral research fellow
My current research focuses on using big datasets (e.g the UK Biobank) and machine learning to study how female-specific factors (pregnancy, childbirth, hormone exposure etc.) relate to women’s brain health in midlife and older age. I work closely with Lars Westlye and the multimodal imaging group at NORMENT - Norwegian Centre for Mental Disorders Research at the University of Oslo, using neuroimaging and genetics to study maternal mental health and brain plasticity during pregnancy and postpartum.
Multimodal brain-age prediction and cardiovascular risk: The Whitehall II MRI sub-study
de Lange A-MG. et al, (2020)
Population-based neuroimaging reveals traces of childbirth in the maternal brain.
de Lange A-MG. et al, (2019), Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 116, 22341 - 22346
Multimodal cortical and hippocampal prediction of episodic-memory plasticity in young and older adults.
Bråthen ACS. et al, (2018), Hum Brain Mapp, 39, 4480 - 4492
Longitudinal increase in sleep problems is related to amyloid deposition in cortical regions with high HOMER1 gene expression
Fjell AM. et al, (2018)
The Temporal Dynamics of Brain Plasticity in Aging.
de Lange A-MG. et al, (2018), Cereb Cortex, 28, 1857 - 1865