Life course trajectories and neuropsychiatric outcomes in an e-cohort of high risk children of mothers with psychosis [ 2011 - 2013 ]

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Researchers: Prof Assen Jablensky (Principal investigator) ,  Dr Kathryn Abel Prof Thomas Mcneil Prof Vera Morgan A/Pr Francis Morgan

Brief description This study investigates how genetic and environment factors operate over the life course to increase risk of adverse outcomes for children of women with severe mental illness. We examine the clustering of neuropsychiatric outcomes in families and individuals, the role of developmental adverse life events in the risk for these outcomes, and the children's physical morbidity and offending profiles. This is an electronic cohort (e-cohort), constructed by record linkage across many databases.

Funding Amount $AUD 796,484.16

Funding Scheme NHMRC Project Grants

Notes Standard Project Grant

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