Find out more about the E-Risk Study

Find out more about the E-Risk Study

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Environmental Risk (E-Risk) Longitudinal Twin Study

Our MRC funded Study aims to build knowledge around the question of how environmental and genetic factors contribute to behaviours and the development of mental health problems from childhood through to young adulthood.

About the E-Risk Study

2,232 twins
1,116 families
13 years follow up
3 MRC programme grants
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Funders

Without proper funding none of our research would be possible
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Publications

Access to more than 100 publications from E-Risk since its first paper published in 2001
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Newsletter Archive

How we engaged with the participants through the years
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Meet the team

meet the teamDynamic team of people who make research meaningful, impactful and fun
Meet the team

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Dr Helen L. Fisher

@HelenLFisher

New @ERiskstudy paper on growing up in greener neighbourhoods & children's cognitive ability @aaronreubenhttps://t.co/f0X7Xj1xx7

Louise Arseneault

@L_Arseneault

Wonderful colleague @HelenLFisher & collaborator of @ERiskstudy from @SGDPCentreKCL highlighting how @VAMHN is focu… https://t.co/dA3NYMq1Z4