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Associations between genetics, environment, household, parenting time, and nutrition on early child development (ages 0-6)

Intensive data collection and analysis including genetic and epigenetic data over time, family history, physical environment (pollution, housing age, etc), social environment (income, household, employment/history, neighborhood, education resources, etc), nutrition, parenting (preparedness, skills, family composition, generational support, etc), early childhood stress, other exposures, demographics; to determine impact... more »

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AoU Research Priorities Use Cases

Associations between genetics, environment, household, parenting time, and nutrition on early child development (ages 0-6)

Intensive data collection and analysis including genetic and epigenetic data over time, family history, physical environment (pollution, housing age, etc), social environment (income, household, employment/history, neighborhood, education resources, etc), nutrition, parenting (preparedness, skills, family composition, generational support, etc), early childhood stress, other exposures, demographics; to determine impact... more »

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What are the unique factors associated with early onset obesity in different ethnic and racial groups?

This study will focus on women who are pregnant when they enroll, or become pregnant during the study, in order to follow their infants from birth to 8 years of age to determine trajectories of growth over time and identify genomic and epigenomic factors related to development of obesity. Critical to obtaining this information will be the review of Electronic Health Records of providers who have the correct measuring... more »

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AoU Research Priorities Use Cases

What are the unique factors associated with early onset obesity in different ethnic and racial groups?

This study will focus on women who are pregnant when they enroll, or become pregnant during the study, in order to follow their infants from birth to 8 years of age to determine trajectories of growth over time and identify genomic and epigenomic factors related to development of obesity. Critical to obtaining this information will be the review of Electronic Health Records of providers who have the correct measuring... more »

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