Partner Studies

Many of the UK’s established longitudinal population studies are partner studies in the UK LLC. Each study retains control of the data they have gathered from their study participants and continue to make the decisions around how their participants data is used and which research projects are given access.

The following longitudinal population studies, biobanks/bioresources are part of the UK Longitudinal Linkage Collaboration. Click on each study to open a new window taking you to their website and learn about their aims and purpose.



Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children

Established in 1991, this study charts the lives of 14,500 people born in the former county of Avon between April 1991 and December 1992 as well as the lives of their parents and their children, where applicable.