Allison Eriksson has completed her half-term seminar
Our warmest congratulations to Allison Eriksson, a WOMHER PhD student at the Department of Women´s and Children´s Health, for a well-executed half-term seminar.
Allisons project, Physiological predictors of postpartum anxiety and depression (3PAD), aims to use two physiological measures, heart rate variability (HRV) and pupil dilation (PD), to predict pregnant women who are at-risk for poor mental health outcomes during the postpartum period.
The project is supervised by Emma Fransson, Affiliated Researcher at Department of Women's and Children's Health.
More about the project, Physiological predictors of postpartum anxiety and depression.