Christian Page
Position: Post.Doc, MSc, PhD
Phone: +47 230 79025
Email:

Address: Post.Doc at Oslo Centre for Biostatistics and Epidemiology (OUS) Researcher at Department of Non-communicable Diseases, Norwegian Institute of Public Health

Background:
Christian Page has a Master degree in Statistics from the Mathematical Institute at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, where he studied time dependent gene expression in gastric cells. PhD from UiO in genetic epidemiology on epigenetic markers in multiple sclerosis.

Research focus:

* Cancer epigenomics (OUS/OCBE)
* Epigenetic epidemiology (OUS/OCBE)
* Fetal programming and in utero exposures (NIPH/MoBa)
* Life course epidemiology and family studies (NIPH/UiO)

Research interest:

* Genetic and epigenetic epidemiology
* Integrated Nested Laplace Approximation
* Time dependent modeling
* Structural modeling of age/are of residence/family history/SES

 

Publications 2017

Valeri LReese SLZhao SPage CMNystad WCoull BALondon SJ (2017)
Misclassified exposure in epigenetic mediation analyses. Does DNA methylation mediate effects of smoking on birthweight?
Epigenomics9 (3)253-265
PubMed 28234025

Winsvold BSPalta PEising EPage CMInternational Headache Genetics Consortiumvan den Maagdenberg AMPalotie AZwart JA (2017)
Epigenetic DNA methylation changes associated with headache chronification: A retrospective case-control study
Cephalalgia333102417690111 (in press)
PubMed 28103696

Publications 2016

Berge TLeikfoss ISBrorson ISBos SDPage CMGustavsen MWBjølgerud AHolmøy TCelius EGDamoiseaux JSmolders JHarbo HFSpurkland A (2016)
The multiple sclerosis susceptibility genes TAGAP and IL2RA are regulated by vitamin D in CD4+ T cells
Genes Immun17 (2)118-27
PubMed 26765264

Bohlin JHåberg SEMagnus PReese SEGjessing HKMagnus MCParr CLPage CMLondon SJNystad W (2016)
Prediction of gestational age based on genome-wide differentially methylated regions
Genome Biol17 (1)207
PubMed 27717397

Gervin KPage CMAass HCJansen MAFjeldstad HEAndreassen BKDuijts Lvan Meurs JBvan Zelm MCJaddoe VWNordeng HKnudsen GPMagnus PNystad WStaff ACFelix JFLyle R (2016)
Cell type specific DNA methylation in cord blood: A 450K-reference data set and cell count-based validation of estimated cell type composition
Epigenetics11 (9)690-698
PubMed 27494297

Gruzieva OXu CJBreton CVAnnesi-Maesano IAntó JMAuffray CBallereau SBellander TBousquet JBustamante MCharles MAde Kluizenaar Yden Dekker HTDuijts LFelix JFGehring UGuxens MJaddoe VVJankipersadsing SAMerid SKKere JKumar ALemonnier NLepeule JNystad W et al. (2016)
Epigenome-Wide Meta-Analysis of Methylation in Children Related to Prenatal NO2 Air Pollution Exposure
Environ Health Perspect125 (1)104-110
PubMed 27448387

Rounge TBPage CMLepistö MEllonen PAndreassen BKWeiderpass E (2016)
Genome-wide DNA methylation in saliva and body size of adolescent girls
Epigenomics8 (11)1495-1505
PubMed 27762626

Suderman MStene LCBohlin JPage CMHolvik KParr CLMagnus MCHåberg SEJoubert BRWu MCLondon SJRelton CNystad W (2016)
25-Hydroxyvitamin D in pregnancy and genome wide cord blood DNA methylation in two pregnancy cohorts (MoBa and ALSPAC)
J Steroid Biochem Mol Biol159102-9
PubMed 26953979

Wikenius EMoe VKjellevold MSmith LLyle RWaagbø RPage CMMyhre AM (2016)
The Association between Hair Cortisol and Self-Reported Symptoms of Depression in Pregnant Women
PLoS One11 (9)e0161804
PubMed 27584584

Publications 2015

Bos SDPage CMAndreassen BKElboudwarej EGustavsen MWBriggs FQuach HLeikfoss ISBjølgerud ABerge THarbo HFBarcellos LF (2015)
Genome-wide DNA methylation profiles indicate CD8+ T cell hypermethylation in multiple sclerosis
PLoS One10 (3)e0117403
PubMed 25734800

Page CMBaranzini SEMevik BHBos SDHarbo HFAndreassen BK (2015)
Assessing the Power of Exome Chips
PLoS One10 (10)e0139642
PubMed 26437075

Publications 2014

Gustavsen MWPage CMMoen SMBjølgerud ABerg-Hansen PNygaard GOSandvik LLie BACelius EGHarbo HF (2014)
Environmental exposures and the risk of multiple sclerosis investigated in a Norwegian case-control study
BMC Neurol14196
PubMed 25274070