|Title:||The FENLAND Study|
|Project Description:||The Fenland Study investigates the interaction between environmental and genetic factors in determining obesity, type 2 diabetes, and related metabolic disorders. These conditions are a considerable public health concern, but their causes and factors that predict who will be affected by them are not completely understood.
What makes the Fenland Study unique is the level of detail it collects about the health and lifestyle of participants, and the objective measurement techniques used in the screening.
The first phase of the Fenland Study is now complete, and we are now inviting participants who attended an initial Fenland Study visit between 2005 and 2015 to return for a second visit in Phase 2.
|Start date:||1st January 2005|
|End date:||30th April 2019|
|Contact person:||Professor Simon Griffin|
|Contact Details:||Primary Care Unit
Institute of Public Health
University Forvie Site, Robinson Way
Telephone: (01223) 330307
Fax: 01223 762515
|Collaborative:||Prof Nick Wareham, Director and Programme Leader|
|Funding Organisation:||Medical Research Council|
|Further Information, References and Publications|
|The Fenland Study is core funded by the MRC. Metabolomics and extension of the GWAS analysis to cover the entire cohort was funded by the MRC Omics call (MC_PC_13046).
Mackenbach, J.D. et al. Accessibility and Affordability of Supermarkets: Associations With the DASH Diet. Am J Prev Med S0749-3797(17)30138-1 (2017) PMID:28336352
Godino, J.G. et al. Lifestyle Advice Combined with Personalized Estimates of Genetic or Phenotypic Risk of Type 2 Diabetes, and Objectively Measured Physical Activity: A Randomized Controlled Trial. PLoS Med. 13(11):e1002185. (2016). PMID:27898672 PMC:5127499