ALSPAC funding renewal 2019-24

Nic Timpson commenting on the exciting future plans for the next 5-10 years of the study.

Nic Timpson commenting on the exciting future plans for the next 5-10 years of the study.

We are now well into the process of planning the next strategic funding period for ALSPAC.

As part of this process we consulted with a wide range of stakeholders to plan our vision for the next five years.

We held three successful workshops where we talked with the study participants, as well as collaborators and researchers in as many fields as possible, about the shape of ALSPAC going forward.  These workshops have provided us with an extremely useful collection of ideas and research opportunities which highlight the value of the study. You can read about some of the findings in the following reports - 

We'd like to thank the participants, academics, industry colleagues and city partners for engaging with us so far and helping to shape the future of the study.

Our mission

Our mission is to provide easy access to our internationally unique study and to facilitate research wherever possible.

We can contribute to a broad range of epidemiological investigations (be they biomedical or otherwise) and want to get collaborators (new and old) and participants involved in the process.

The more science is conducted, the more valuable the resource is. So, if you have a research question you think we can help with please don't hesitate to get in touch, either by emailing ALSPAC's Principal Investigator, Professor Nic Timpson (n.j.timpson@bristol.ac.uk), or by checking the main ALSPAC contacts page.

 

We The Curious workshop (June 2018)

 



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Dr Rebecca Pearson

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Professor Alastair Poole

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