Mette Lausten Hansen

Mette Lausten Hansen

  • Institut for Klinisk Medicin - Arbejdsmedicin
Postaddresse:
Palle Juul-Jensens Boulevard 35
8200
Aarhus N
Danmark

E-mail: mlh@clin.au.dk

Publikationer

Maternal Pre-pregnancy BMI and Reproductive Health of Daughters in Young Adulthood

Mariansdatter, S. E., Ernst, A., Toft, G., Frodi Olsen, S., Vested, A., Kristensen, S. L., Hansen, M. L. & Ramlau-Hansen, C., okt. 2016, I : Maternal and Child Health Journal. 20, 10, s. 2150-2159 10 s.

Occupational exposures and sick leave during pregnancy: results from a Danish cohort study

Hansen, M. L., Thulstrup, A. M., Juhl, M., Kristensen, J. K. & Ramlau-Hansen, C. H., jul. 2015, I : Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health. 41, 4, s. 397-406 10 s.

Predictors of sickness absence in pregnancy: a Danish cohort study

Hansen, M. L., Thulstrup, A. M., Juhl, M., Kristensen, J. K. & Ramlau-Hansen, C. H., 3 dec. 2014, I : Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health.

0156 Predictors of sickness absence in pregnancy - a Danish cohort study

Lausten Hansen, M., Marie Thulstrup, A., Kolding Kristensen, J., Juhl, M. & Ramlau-Hansen, C., jun. 2014.

Does last week's alcohol intake affect semen quality or reproductive hormones? A cross-sectional study among healthy young Danish men

Hansen, M. L., Thulstrup, A. M., Bonde, J. P., Olsen, J., Håkonsen, L. B. & Ramlau-Hansen, C. H., nov. 2012, I : Reproductive Toxicology. 34, 3, s. 457-462 6 s.

Does weight loss improve semen quality and reproductive hormones? results from a cohort of severely obese men

Håkonsen, L. B., Thulstrup, A. M., Aggerholm, A. S., Olsen, J., Bonde, J. P., Andersen, C. Y., Bungum, M., Ernst, EH., Hansen, M. L., Ernst, E. H. & Ramlau-Hansen, C. H., 2011, I : Reproductive Health. 8, s. 24

Maternal alcohol consumption during pregnancy and semen quality in the male offspring: two decades of follow-up

Ramlau-Hansen, C., Toft, G., Jensen, M. S., Strandberg-Larsen, K., Hansen, M. L. & Olsen, J., sep. 2010, I : Human Reproduction. 25, 9, s. 2340-5 6 s.

Forskningsområder: arbejdsmiljø, graviditet, sygefravær