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Are you into the study of gestational age - how best to get the most out of this difficult measure? Get in touch!
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Nicholas Timpson Jul 19
Are you into the study of autism spectrum phenotypes - not just the diagnosed, but variation in us all? Get in touch!
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Nicholas Timpson Jul 18
Are you into the study of ancestry and the use of genetics to understand structure in our data sets? Get in touch!
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Nicholas Timpson Jul 17
Are you into the study of age at menarche - development/timing/the importance for health and understanding? Get in touch!
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Madeleine J Murtagh Jan 23
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Femke Buisman-Pijlman May 17
Part-time RA (0.3-0.4FTE) available in or to analyse data on the impact of early on and problems. Ready to start soon for 0.3FTE and use advanced statistical skills, contact dr .
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Nicholas Timpson Jul 15
Are you into the study of the impact of different experiences through childhood - good and bad social exposures and outcomes? Get in touch!
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Suicide and Self-Harm Research, Bristol Jun 7
Great talk from on mediating role of in pathways between early life and adolescent at
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The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health Dec 11
New finding from the cohort: Young people who identify as consistently experience more symptoms of and report more than youths throughout their school years and into early adulthood
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Georgie Hilton Apr 21
"Wow two biopsies, that must have hurt?" Nah, barely any pain, cool star shaped plasters, which due to the gym and heat are sliding off line by line, and I'm happy that my 90 minute session could be a major development in a cure!
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Children of the 90s Jun 18
Why do people smoke? A great talk by Professor Marcus MunafΓ² captured on video -
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Leland Taylor Jul 18
Replying to @lelandtlr
Be aware of selection bias in joining study + *participation* bias in optional components (e.g., imaging).
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Kate Northstone Jun 26
The stuff my team looks after! Come and have a play
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Dr Juzer Daudjee Jul 3
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Kelli Gallacher πŸ‘©β€πŸ”¬πŸ§¬ May 20
Lose it or move it? 'It is great to aim to be consistently active but it's never too late' However, data from shows that activity needs to be regularly maintained to help prevent disease πŸ“πŸƒπŸ»β€β™‚οΈπŸƒπŸ»β€β™€οΈ
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Dr Helen L. Fisher Feb 4
New paper from showing epigenetic changes across development associated with emergence & persistence of experiences in children & adolescents using & data
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Renato Polimanti Apr 5
Epigenetic gestational age and trajectories of weight and height during childhood: a prospective cohort study
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Suicide and Self-Harm Research, Bristol Jun 7
Elystan Roberts at "Early appears to confer an increased risk of " Further to explore potential mediators e.g. isolation
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Lynn Molloy May 28
Want to collect new data or samples in ALSPAC? Tell us what you want to do by 12th June
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Tom Burden Apr 10
I've know Nic since I was 2. 37 years this year. Our primary school teacher told our parents at parents evening none of our class would make anything of ourselves (she was one I liked!). He's done alright I think, a fantastic achievment.
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