Katri is the head of the Developmental Psychology Research Group. She is interested in a variety of early-life exposures, such as maternal stress and pregnancy complications, and the role these factors may play for the developing individual.
katri.raikkonen at helsinki.fi / Tuhat
Kati is a senior university lecturer and a specialized child psychologist, with a PhD in psychology. Kati’s research interest is preterm birth and its long-term consequences.
kati.heinonen at helsinki.fi / Tuhat
Jari is a senior lecturer and a Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Study core fellow with a PhD in psychology. His research interests include include genomic and epigenomic influences on mental health, personality, and cognitive abilities, and their developmental origins. Jari also has a background as a psychotherapist.
jari.lahti at helsinki.fi / Tuhat
Marius is an Academy of Finland postdoctoral researcher with a PhD in psychology. Marius’ interests include the developmental origins of mental health, including fetal programming.
marius.lahti-pulkkinen at helsinki.fi / Tuhat
Riikka is university lecturer with a PhD in psychology, as well as a clinical child psychologist. Riikka’s research interests include psychological long-term development after preterm birth.
riikka.pyhala at helsinki.fi / Tuhat
Post Doctoral Researcher
Polina is an epidemiologist. Her research interest is prenatal programming of mental health and disease.
polina.girchenko at helsinki.fi / Tuhat
Anna is a psychologist and is interested in the developmental origins of mental health. Her research focus is the association of prenatal factors with later mental health.