Answering questions about the origins of chronic diseases and identifying early life “critical windows” to build healthier futures

The CHILD Study has generated novel data in the early years of follow-up with its subjects, resulting in numerous publications and clinically important findings that have captured international attention.

The Study has become a critically important platform for studies of development of health and disease, with its data supporting an increasing number of research projects awarded major federal grants. Long-term follow up beyond five years of age is in progress and many more novel findings are anticipated.​