Anna Oudin is an epidemiologist and statistician. Her research is about how air pollution and other environmental factors may affect the brain, eg dementia and mental health.
Anna Oudin is an epidemiologist and statistician. Her research is mainly about effects of air pollution on the brain. For example, she studies how stress and air pollution together may affect children's health, how air pollution affects children's mental health, and cognitive effects of air pollution in the elderly.
Anna is also attached to Occupational and Environmental Medicine at Lund University. She is a PI for a project funded by Formas, which deals with health effects of wood burning, as well as projects financed by the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency and the Region Skåne Environmental Protection Fund, which deals with the health effects of particles in Skåne. She uses data from the Betula study in her research, and is active among other things. in the following research projects: Rhinessa, ARIEL, SCAC and Nordic Welfair.
Asthma, stress and air pollution: http://www.medfak.umu.se/om-fakulteten/aktuellt/nyhetsvisning/tva-unga-umeaforskare-far-idestod.cid185546
Nordic Welfair: http://projects.au.dk/nordicwelfair/
Anna's research portal at Lunds University http://portal.research.lu.se/portal/sv/persons/anna-oudin(67efb6ac-c767-4038-ade8-5ff7786c9602).html
Anna's research in media, for example: