- Start date: 2016
- End date: 2021
- Value: £3.5m
- Partners and collaborators: MRC/ESRC, Dr Amanda Waterman, Dr Liam Hill, Dr Richard Allen, Dr Ekaterini Klepousniotou
- Co-investigators: Professor Mark Mon-Williams
This proposal is to collect new information from families already taking part in the Born in Bradford (BiB) study, which was set up in 2007 to track the lives of 13,500 babies and their families. We plan to collect information from at least 9,000 BiB children at age 7 – 10 years and their parents. In particular, we would like to understand the factors that affect:
- Child social and emotional wellbeing
- Children’s cognition
- Healthy growth in children and heart health in children and adults.
Professor Mark Mon-Williams (co-investigator), Dr Amanda Waterman, Dr Liam Hill, Dr Richard Allen, Dr Ekaterini Klepousniotou (collaborators).