About the study

The C-GULL study is a new longitudinal birth cohort focused on improving the health and wellbeing of children and their families within the Liverpool City Region and other similar regions within the UK. This study aims to reduce health inequalities by collecting data from 10,000 families to provide valuable insights into how we can improve health outcomes for children.

The C-GULL Study will bring together citizens, researchers and clinicians from across the Liverpool City Region and wider afield to make one of the largest family studies in the UK.

If you are interested in taking part in the study, you can find out more at the participant website here.

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About the study

Find out more details about the study, what it involves and our partners.

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Meet the team

Read about each member's role in the study and their area of expertise.

Research Information

Research information

The Study will utilise a multi-discipline approach to understand more about what influences the health and wellbeing of children and their families living in the region.



We will work with both local and global partners to ensure our study achieves the best results and translational benefit.