24 September 2013
Latest News We are pleased to announce that our final baby was recruited to the Trial on 22nd March 2013.
5 November 2012
Twilight Talks are relaxed, informative evenings where members of the general public can come and listen, discuss and ask questions about the latest research taking place at the University of Bristol. Dr Crawley will talk about what researchers currently know about chronic fatigue syndrome.
5 January 2012
Children of the 90s (also known as ALSPAC), the world-famous population study founded in Bristol in 1991 by Professor Golding.
28 November 2011
There was a double celebration at the Population Health Symposium, held at the Wills Hall Conference Centre on the 16 November 2011. This year included a poster prize for early career researchers and was won by Phil Peacock with runner up, Simon Collin.
11 February 2011
Little is known about the effects of overall diet in childhood and intelligence later in life.
29 November 2010
New research has found children with developmental co-ordination disorder (DCD) previously known as dyspraxia have an increased risk of difficulties in attention, reading, short-term memory and social skills.
13 July 2010
Anne Milton, Under Secretary of State for Public Health, presents the UNICEF UK Baby Friendly Initiative community breastfeeding award, on Tuesday 13th July in celebration of Bristol becoming the first 'Baby Friendly City' in England.
12 July 2010
The World Health Organisation appoints Professor Elizabeth Towner from the Centre for Child and Adolescent Health, to their Expert Advisory Panel on Injury and Violence Prevention. Professor Towner has carried out child injury research with the WHO, UNICEF, and local organisations in Bangladesh, Vietnam and the Netherlands.
30 March 2010
John Henderson will deliver a public lecture entitled: Scratching the Surface: exploring the origins of asthma and allergy
4 March 2010
Research study to investigate a chronic childhood condition Dr Esther Crawley and her team awarded £164,000 to carry out a pilot project to investigate whether it is possible to look at t two different approaches to the intervention and treatment of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ME (CFS/ME) in Children.