The Studies section of our Repository is an inventory of epidemiological studies participating in diverse partner networks. This section can help users identify studies making use of relevant designs and collecting data of interest to answer specific research questions.    


172 Studies

1970 British Cohort Study


In 1970, the aims of the BCS70 study were to look at the social and biological characteristics of the mother in relation to neonatal morbidity, and to compare the results with those of the 1958 National Child Development Study. With each successive sweep, the scope of the enquiry has broadened from ... Read more

Study Design: Cohort ; Number of Participants: 17,198

3D Study - Design, Develop, Discover


The main objective of the 3D study is to create a large pregnancy and birth cohort, allowing for the assessment of the effects of combined prenatal exposure on both birth outcomes and longer-term infant and child health.... Read more

Study Design: Cohort ; Number of Participants: 2,456

Aberdeen 1921 Birth Cohort


The aims of the ABC1921 were to model the relative effects of positive and negative predictors of late-life intelligence and dementia.

Study Design: Cohort ; Number of Participants: 235

Aberdeen 1936 Birth Cohort


The aim of ABC1936 was to identify major childhood influences on dementia risk and to improve early detection of dementia.

Study Design: Cohort ; Number of Participants: 498

AdoQuest Cohort Study


General objectives: To determine the extent of co-occurrence of modifiable lifestyle behaviors among youth along the life course.... Read more

Study Design: Cohort ; Number of Participants: 1,843

Adult Changes in Thought Study


The Adult Changes in Thought (ACT) is a prospective cohort study that focuses on dementia and Alzheimer's disease.  It aims to create a "living laboratory" to study aging and dementia in older adults.The ACT study collects a variety of detailed information on demographics, risk factor... Read more

Study Design: Cohort ; Number of Participants: No Limit

Advanced Cognitive Training for Independent and Vital Elderly


The primary objective of the trial is to test the effects of three distinct cognitive interventions on primary outcome measures of cognitively demanding daily activities related to living independently (e.g., food preparation, driving, medication use, financial management).... Read more

Study Design: Clinical trial ; Number of Participants: 2,832

Age, Gene/Environment Susceptibility - Reykjavik Study


The objectives of the study were: To identify genetic and other new risk factors for selected diseases and conditions including: atherosclerosis, cognitive impairment, dementia and subtypes (i.e.... Read more

Study Design: Cohort ; Number of Participants: 5,764
Study Design: Cohort ; Number of Participants: 1,210

Alberta Pregnancy Outcomes and Nutrition


The objectives of APrON are to: Examine the associations between maternal prenatal nutritional intake and status and mothers' and children's mental health and children's neurodevelopment; Investigate the risk factors associated with maternal and paternal perinatal mood, and the impact of maternal a... Read more

Study Design: Cohort ; Number of Participants: 5,841