Imprinting methylation and general cognitive ability
8 November 2016
Marlene Lorgen-Ritchie presented a poster at the 6th Epigenomics of Common Diseases 2016 conference
As part of the project ‘Imprinting methylation: early life influences and later cognition and mood', Dr Marlene Lorgen-Ritchie attended the 6th Epigenomics of Common Diseases 2016 conference, held at the Wellcome Genome Campus at Cambridge.
She presented a poster entitled ‘Imprinting methylation and general cognitive ability’, which examines the relationship between methylation in selected imprinted genes and general cognitive ability measured at 11 years of age and in later life in two established cohorts, the Aberdeen Birth Cohorts of 1921 and 1936.
The work was presented on behalf of the whole study team based at the University of Aberdeen, University of Cambridge and University College London.
Dr Marlene Lorgen-Ritchie is the post-doc working on the project Imprinting methylation: early life influences and later cognition and mood