Adiposity gain during childhood, ACE I/D polymorphisms and metabolic outcomes
Anne-Louise Ponsorby, Leigh Blizzard, Angela Pezic, Jenny A Cochrane, Justine A Ellis, Ruth Morley, Jo L Dickinson, Michele M Sale, Stephen M Richards, Terence Dwyer
Obesity | WILEY | Published : 2008
Awarded by US National Institutes of Health
We thank the research nurses who conducted the at-birth measurements, Carole Goff and Philippa Boon who undertook the tracing of the cohort and conducted field measurements, Michael Martin who assisted with tracing and fieldwork in 1996/1997. J.A.C. for long-term cohort data management including supervision of tracing and follow-up, the schools that provided facilities. and especially the children and the families of children who participated in the study. This study was funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia. The Tasmanian Infant Health Survey was funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia, US National Institutes of Health (grant 001 HD28979-01A1), Tasmanian State Government, Australian Rotary Health Research Fund, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome Research Foundation, National Sudden Infant Death Syndrome Council of Australia, Community Organizations' support program of the Department of Human Services and Health, Zonta International, Wyeth Pharmaceuticals, and Tasmanian Sanatoria After-Care Association. A.-L.P. was supported by a National Health and Medical Research Council PHRCD Fellowship. R.M. was supported by VicHealth (The Victorian Health Promotion Foundation). M.M.S. was supported by a Career Development Award from the American Diabetes Association.