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The Raine Study is well recognised as the longest one and one of only a handful of successful lifecycle studies in the World and over 27 years, over 450 publications have shared results from the study. Our research findings have been diverse: from the safety of ultrasounds; to bullying; to how the Western diet influences academic performance; and the effects of genes on immunity.

November 6, 2017 / Participant News

500th participant through “27 year follow up” of the Raine Study

Sheridan Brayshaw was recently the 500th member of the cohort to participate in a series of health tests as part of the study’s “Generation 2” 27 year old follow up, which is studying the genetic and early life factors that predict cardio-metabolic health and disease.
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November 6, 2017 / Participant News

Three Generations Dedicated to Health Science

Three generations of the Lim family were recognised by Her Excellency, the Honourable Kerry Sanderson AC, Governor of Western Australia on Friday 20st October at the Raine Study Annual Scientific Meeting for 2017.
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